Open Source

When it comes to the different types of database software, business owners have the opportunity to choose from two; commercial database software (also referred to as proprietary) and open source database software. Global sales tend to grow annually for enterprises using both open-source and closed-source software. However, organisations are now gravitating towards open source solutions. Read on as we dive into the pros and cons of,

Much like chocolate and peanut butter, OpenSource and DevOps are two great tastes that taste great together? Yes, the following post emphasizes on how devOps and open source is a perfect cultural and technical match. Being a successful person is about taking advantage of every opportunity that comes your way. DevOps and open source are one of the growing key trends in the software world today

Apple’s built-in media application QuickTime Player is the most popular and easy-to-use screen recording solution for Mac devices. It allows the user to record full or partial screen, edit screen recording, and record voice-overs using the built-in microphone. However, if you are in need to record audio along with your screen recording, the QuickTime cannot produce satisfied output on its own. In this post, we are

It was mid 2012, the first time I installed TeXstudio version 2.3, on my PC. ‘Peaceful‘ was the word I used to describe it then after. TeXstudio has now gradually inched to version 2.12.22 and by time being even more peaceful and wonderful. Wonder why did I call it ‘peaceful’? Writing LaTeX is a real pain, when you are willing to write a long document or article, which in my case are