The Open Source and Java Synergy

  • Brian Sam-Bodden
  • Christopher Judd

Abstract

Defining Open Source is in the eye of the beholder; for some it means a way to develop software, but for others it means a twist on traditional business models. On a larger scale, it can be seen as a social movement. Open Source has its roots in the same spirit of cooperation that has driven computer science advances since the end of the Second World War. Projects like the Linux operating system and the Apache web server are prime examples of shared innovation and the freedom of choice that Open Source brings to the table.

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© Brian Sam-Bodden and Christopher Judd 2004

Authors and Affiliations

  • Brian Sam-Bodden
    • 1
  • Christopher Judd
    • 2
    • 3
  1. 1.Integrallis Software, LLCUSA
  2. 2.Judd Solutions, LLCUSA
  3. 3.Central Ohio Java Users GroupUSA

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