Articles by Claudio Cambra

Fortran will be turning 65 this November and, though the programming language may conjure up images of punch cards and room-sized computers, it is certainly not dead. Originally developed by IBM in the early 1950s for scientists and engineers, it found early success with the target audience and is still being used today.

Installing Linux on most PCs is easy — you pop in a DVD or a USB stick, click through the install process, and you’re most of the way there. When it comes to more specialised devices, however, installing and running an operating system isn’t quite so straight-forward.

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You might have heard the term ‘FPGA’ thrown around every now and again. In several areas of the tech industry their use is growing -- particularly in automotive, aerospace, and medical applications.

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Debian is over 20 years old now, and the venerable distro is keeping the ball rolling by releasing its latest version, 10.0 (Buster), last Saturday.

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Free/Libre Open Source Software (F/LOSS) projects have always been community-driven affairs. Many of the tools that we use at Codethink are the result of years of passionate work put in by dedicated developers. They use their free time to provide the world with useful, thoughtful and creative software.

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It is nearing the end of pride month, and over the course of June, here at Codethink we wanted to explore the question of inclusivity in the open source community. When we first wrote this article, we noted that the Wikipedia page on the matter was sparse, and we were surprised there was such a lack of detail. To address this, we contributed some of the research in this article, hoping to make it more easily accessible.

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