Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Open hardware projects for beginners, 3D printed prosthetics, and more

WEEKLY NEWS

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OPEN SOURCE EVENTS

Here's what's coming up in March:


Peregrine Hawthorn's 3D printed prosthetic hand inspired a standing ovation at the Intel International Sales Conference, as he spoke about its open source design and the impact it's had on his life.

The open source credit-card-sized Raspberry Pi is perfect for all sorts of projects. Here are 7 great ways to use your Pi, from encasing it in Lego to using it to keep tabs on your homebrewed beer.

This Thursday, join Eric Windisch of the Docker team as he covers the fundamentals of Docker's integration with OpenStack. Docker is one of our top ten open source projects of 2013 and is opening up new, amazing ways of deploying applications.

ENTERPRISERS PROJECT

Join the open sourced-dialogue about the future of CIOs.


As Enterprise Architect for BJ's Wholesale Club, Peter Buonora must prioritize the company's overall application landscape and infrastructure and align that to the company's business goals. He explains how he does it.