Sunday, June 25, 2006

Furthering the Open-Source and Free-Source-Code movement

As of a couple days ago, I began to release some of my programming source code, best-practices documentation, and other technology to the public, free of charge. I am a firm believer in the Open Source Software (OSS) movement, and have directly benefited from the likes of Linux and other OSS software projects. Now, I am joining the ranks of those contributing to free software and source-code in an attempt to further software development as a whole.

Free Software, Source Code and Best-Practices Documentation is now available.
[UPDATE: Jan-2017, the source code and other documents I used to host externally have been moved onto this blog directly where at all possible.]

I will be openly sharing aspects of my software development experience with Borland Delphi Programming, Microsoft SQL Server Programming and Optimization, and much more. At this time, only a few items are available as I just started this process of releasing free source code, but you can expect the list of source code, functions, procedures, objects, how-to articles, best-practices, whitepapers, techniques, methodologies, and the likes to grow.

Needless to say, any and all source code, software, and the likes provided freely to the public is without any warranty or guarantee of any kind, and is provided 'as-is', without any express or implied warranty. In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages arising from the use of this software. Permission is granted to anyone to use this software for any purpose, including commercial applications, and to alter it and redistribute it freely, subject to the certain restrictions (see individual source code files for restrictions).

Continue to read this Software Development and Technology Blog for computer programming articles (including useful free / OSS source-code and algorithms), software development insights, and technology Techniques, How-To's, Fixes, Reviews, and News — focused on Dart Language, SQL Server, Delphi, Nvidia CUDA, VMware, TypeScript, SVG, other technology tips and how-to's, plus my varied political and economic opinions.

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