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  • Coding Freedom: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Hacking

    Who are computer hackers? What is free software? This book is insightful and fascinating, a superbly observed picture of the motives, divisions and history of the free software and software freedom world.

  • Free and Open Machine Learning (Maikel Mardjan)

    This book describes an open machine learning architecture. Including key aspects that are involved for real business use. It focuses on Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) machine learning software and open datasets.

  • The Architecture of Open Source Applications (Amy Brown, et al)

    In this book, the authors of twenty-five open source applications explain how their software is structured, and why. What are each program's major components? How do they interact? And what did their builders learn during their development?

  • Producing Open Source Software: Run a Free Software Project

    This is a book about the human side of open source development. It describes how successful projects operate, the expectations of users and developers, and the culture of free software.

  • Getting Started with Open Source Development (Rachna Kapur)

    This book gets you started into the fascinating world of open source software development. Using the exercises and case studies provided, you will get good hands-on experience to contribute to and start open source projects.

  • The Performance of Open Source Applications (Tavish Armstrong)

    This book is written by over a dozen developers who have grappled with slow code, memory leaks, or uncontrollable latency in open source software. It will help junior and senior developers alike understand performance of Open Source Applications.

  • O'Reilly® Open Sources 2.0: The Continuing Evolution

    This book is a collection of insightful and thought-provoking essays from today's technology leaders that continues painting the evolutionary picture that developed in the 1999 book Open Sources: Voices from the Revolution.

  • O'Reilly® Understanding Open Source and Free Software Licensing

    It helps you make sense of the different options available to you. This concise guide focuses on annotated licenses, offering an in-depth explanation of how they compare and interoperate, and how license choices affect project possibilities.

  • Creative Commons: A User Guide (Simone Aliprandi)

    This book is an operational manual which guides creators step by step in the world of Creative Commons licenses, the most famous and popular licenses for free distribution of intellectual products.

  • Against Intellectual Property (Stephan N Kinsella)

    The author is to argue that the very existence of patents are contrary to a free market, and adds in here copyrights and trademarks too. They all use the state to create artificial scarcities of non-scarce goods and employ coercion.

  • Free Software for Busy People (Mohammad Al-Ubaydli)

    This book will show you how to use free software tools in your company, charity, school or hospital, etc. Using Free Software alternatives to Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop can save you thousands of dollars.

  • Open Source Security Tools: A Practical Guide to Security Apps

    This book is a practical, hands-on introduction to open source security tools. It reviewed the overwhelming assortment of these free and low-cost solutions to provide you with the "best of breed" for all major areas of information security.

  • Managing Agile Open-Source Software Projects with Visual Studio

    This book is for Agile development teams and their Scrum Masters who want to explore and learn from the authors' "dogfooding" experiences and their continuous adaptation of software requirements management.

  • Pairing Apache Shiro and Java EE 7 (Nebrass Lamouchi)

    Learn how to use Apache Shiro in a JavaEE7 application and how to use it in a web application. This book will help you find out what Shiro actually is, and will help you to secure your Java EE project from scratch and to understand the security philosophy.

  • 500 Lines or Less: Programmers Solve Interesting Problems

    This book provides you with the chance to study how 26 experienced programmers think when they are building something new. The programs you will read about in this book were all written from scratch to solve difficult problems, in 500 lines of code or less.

  • Innovation Happens Elsewhere: Open Source as Business Strategy

    In this book the authors present lessons learned from their own experiences with open source, as well as those from other well-known projects such as Linux, Apache, and Mozilla.

  • Free as in Freedom (2.0) by Sam Williams

    This book is Stallman's revision of the original biography. While preserving Williams's viewpoint, it includes factual corrections and extensive new commentary by Stallman, as well as new prefaces by both authors written for the occasion.

  • Open Source Security Tools: A Practical Guide to Security Apps

    This book is a practical, hands-on introduction to open source security tools. It reviewed the overwhelming assortment of these free and low-cost solutions to provide you with the "best of breed" for all major areas of information security.

  • GitHub Succinctly (Joseph D. Booth)

    This hands-on book is an interactive, fun and practical guide to install, configure and use Git and GitHub. It shows you how to use GitHub's web interface to view projects and collaborate effectively with your team.

  • Open Source Development with CVS, 3rd Edition (Karl Fogel)

    The best guide to the most widely used version control software, CVS, for open source developers, enhanced with more value-added material covering third-party tools.

  • Open Source Strategies for the Enterprise (Simon Phipps)

    It classifies the types of Source Strategies for both businesses and software developers. So you're thinking of creating an open source community around your code? Here are some things you ought to know before you make your plans too firm.

  • The Daemon, the Gnu, and the Penguin (Peter H. Salus)

    In addition to covering a history of free and open source, This book explores how free and open software is changing the world. The author interviewed well over a hundred key figures to document the history and background of free and open source software.

  • O'Reilly® Free as in Freedom: Crusade for Free Software

    This book interweaves biographical snapshots of GNU project founder Richard Stallman with the political, social and economic history of the free software movement.

  • Perspectives on Free and Open Source Software (Joseph Feller)

    The book analyzes a number of key topics: the motivation behind FOSS - why highly skilled software developers devote large amounts of time to the creation of "free" products and services; the objective, empirically grounded evaluation of software, etc.

  • Implementation of Free Software Systems (Amadeu Raya, et al)

    This textbook examines the concepts related to Free Software business and allows us to know and identify concepts related to its production.

  • Tools and Utilities in Free Software (Jesús Llavina)

    This book will introduce students to some of the programs designed for the desktop environments of end users. With this book, students will learn how to work with these free tools in different environments.

  • Introduction to Free Software Development (J. Pérez López, et al)

    This book is designed for IT specialists and developers that are starting their way in the free software development universe. Free Software is developed with specific collaboration technics and tools that engage and enable world-wide communities.

  • Economic Aspects and Business Models of Free Software

    The course book its focused on the study of Free Software in relation with the private sector and related economic aspects. We analyse the software industry from an economic perspective: how it was affected by software licensed under free conditions and what is its potential for the future.

  • Introduction to Free Software, Third edition

    What is free software? What is it and what are the implications of a free program licence? How is free software developed? How are free software projects financed and what are the business models associated to them that we are experiencing?

  • Learning VirtualDub: The Complete Guide

    This book provides a rapid and easy to use tutorial to the basic features of VirtualDub to get you up and running quickly. It explains how to capture great quality video from various sources, use filters to clean up the captured image and add special effects.

  • Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy: Many Faces of Anonymous

    The ultimate book on the worldwide movement of hackers, pranksters, and activists collectively known as Anonymous. It is filled with insights into the meaning of digital activism and little understood facets of culture in the Internet age.

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