Archive for August 2011

Free/Open Source Software

open sourceFree/Open Source Software(F/OSS) is a computer software that is also available in source code form which anyone can run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software, with some restriction imposed by the software license. This means, in other words, that the freedom is not only as in beer, but also as in free speech.

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Category: Technology & Development
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Working for 1&1 is a challenging experience

I’m part of the 1&1 Romania team since March 2009. Being my first job since graduating the university, everyday here has been a challenging experience. As a HR Specialist, I’ve been involved in recruiting different types of positions from developers, search engine marketers, project managers and team leaders to quality assurance engineers, business intelligence and so on.

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Category: People
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Getting started with qooxdoo

qooxdooqooxdoo is a JavaScript framework for creating desktop-style web applications, often called Rich Internet Applications (RIAs). It was born in January 2005, one month before the term AJAX was even coined.  It’s open source and there is a team of full-time core developers employed by 1&1, as well as many contributors that moves it forward.

qooxdoo is entirely class-based and tries to leverage the features of object-oriented JavaScript. It is fully based on namespaces and does not extend native JavaScript types to allow for easy integration with other libraries and existing user code. All modern browsers are supported.

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Category: Technology & Development
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Scaling Location Services in Large SIP Networks with Kamailio

A new edition of FOSDEM(Free and Opensource Software Developers’ European Meeting) took place between 5-6 February in Brussels, Belgium.

Another great attendance this year, over 5000 people participated in almost 300 talks on various topics like Operation System, Administration, and Security. This year also marked the presence of a new Developer Room dedicated to Open Source Telephony, where projects like Asterisk, Mobicents, Yate and of course Kamailio were represented by talks regarding new features, development and administration.

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Category: Technology & Development
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