Open Source

Everyone Should Be A Hacker - And This Is Why

Jacob Lindsay | Posted 06.03.2017 | UK Tech
Jacob Lindsay

Perhaps the question for everyone today is not 'why hack?' but rather what's your hack? In a time of extreme instability and change, perhaps the smartest place to be is one that welcomes interruption and self-review

Why Web Apps Are Still Not the Future

Graham Barlow | Posted 16.10.2013 | UK Tech
Graham Barlow

The Mums and Dads, kids and Grandparents browsing the App Store from their iPad don't care about the difference between 'closed' and 'open' methods of delivering apps - they just want a system that works, and that's what Apple is delivering right now.

Is Cloud Based Open Source Software the Right Option for Airlines and Airports?

Judith Lewis | Posted 21.11.2012 | UK Tech
Judith Lewis

So is cloud computing and open source the wrong move for something as highly sensitive as airlines and airports? I'd argue that it is high time that they move into the 21st century and make the great leap out of the 70s - but that's me and my opinion.

To be Part of the Future You Have to Hack It

Alan Moore | Posted 07.08.2012 | UK
Alan Moore

The question many organisations have to ask themselves is - are they ready to hack the future and create it?

Why Take a Job When You Can Start Your Own Company?

Mark Hillary | Posted 15.04.2012 | UK Tech
Mark Hillary

The message to employers is serious. Tools like LinkedIn make it easier to find people with skills to hire, but there is a cultural shift in the behaviour of people who are not used to rigid hierarchies any longer. Young people will not enter the workforce and submit to the rules being just as they always have been.