As the leader of the Linux User Group in Vancouver we wanted to speak with John Weintraub! Vancouver Open Source Week Schedule Please tell us about yourself. My name is John Weintraub, and I am an I.T. professional, a consultant for residential, small and medium-sized business users. I am in the process of re-building my consulting business [...]
Open-source and closed-source projects both pose unique problems and solutions when it comes to innovation and both innovate in very different ways. To understand why they innovate so differently you need look at their methods and motivation.
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The Web Platform Installer (WebPI) gives you easy access to the latest components of the Microsoft web platform. But what advantage is there to have access to the Microsoft web platform? Marc-André Lanciault is the CEO of INBOX International and co-founder of award-winning OSS app, ImpressCMS. ImpressCMS ran solely on a LAMP stack until a [...]
Coding competitions can be a tricky affair. What merits one app to be “better” than another? Is it how innovative that apps is? How cool it looks? How useful it is? I believe that when an app makes you say “What the #$%@…that’s sick!”, you know you have a strong contender that stands out over [...]
It’s the morning of Make Web Not War and 6600 rue Hutchinson is really going off! Yes folks, it’s finally here: Make Web Not War starts in a matter of minutes. It’s so neat to see the event coming together. There’s everything from intense gaming stations to a massive green screen. Make Web Not War [...]
Tomorrow is the big day! Get ready to crown the best coder in Canada and end the war on “platform religions”.
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Seven years ago a small group of PHP enthusiasts got together and threw a conference together to share new ideas and best practices around the ever-evolving PHP language. Today, that conference has developed into an all-encompassing, three day web conference that had over 400 attendees and covered a wide range of languages and topics in [...]
Edmonton is officially the first city in North America to sign onto Microsoft’s Open Government Data Initiative, and has released its first set of downloadable databases holding pertinent municipal data. The City of Municipality is using Windows Azure to host their open data catalogue. Here’s why the Opendata movement across Canadian cities is awesome: 1) [...]
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