Software radio is amazing, no matter how you slice it. It represents many different fields of science and engineering coming together to create a technology that sounds almost too sci-fi to be real. This post is about how there is something for everyone in SDR.
Let's start with a short Q&A that might surprise you! Q1: You write a nifty program and share it with someone on the Internet. Is it possible for the government to
This post is about how to find open-source projects that could benefit from your time and expertise, and then make meaningful contributions to them - even if you're starting from a blank slate.
When I started Powerlevel9k on the evening of December 4th in 2014, my goal wasn't to create a large project, but really just to create a highly customized ZSH prompt with some features
Over the last week I've received daily links from colleagues excited about the recent GPL news, so I figured I would share my thoughts here. Of course, before we continue, I'm obliged to