Eduardo P-L.Eduardo joined BlackBerry from Oracle where he was Architect for Open Source and Community in the Application Platform Group for Oracle. Before Oracle Eduardo was a Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems where he participated and led projects in multiple areas including IDEs, OS, Java, many JSRs and in Open Source. Eduardo's Open Source activities include leading an early engagement at Sun with XEmacs and LGPL, participating in the creation of Apache Tomcat and being the engineering manager for Hudson - he is still involved in Jenkins - and the architect for Open Source and community strategy for Sun's middleware products, including GlassFish. Eduardo has a PhD from UC Berkeley, and a MSc and a BS from Universidad Simon Bolivar, in Venezuela.
If you visit our Cocos2D-X repository today you will find just a README.md file. Where’s the code? Well, we removed it two weeks ago, in a Go Upstream! commit. This sequence exemplifies a class of our repositories at GitHub: we created the repository to produce a port of the upstream project, which then was incorporated into an official release: cocos2d-1.0.1-x-0.11.0. All official Cocos2d-X releases […]
Announcing the PictureWall HTML5 sample, published during BlackBerry 10 Jam.
A summary of the BlackBerry 10 open source samples currently available.
Hope your Monday is going great. Here’s a guest post from Clifford Hung (hungc on Github) on two new contributions to the BlackBerry Open Source community. Image By André Karwath (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons ZXing (pronounced “zebra crossing”) is an open-source, multi-format 1D/2D barcode image processing library implemented in Java, with ports to […]
The open sourced TunnelTilt demo is now available for download in BlackBerry App World.
Announcements regarding open source initiatives to develop for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.
Looking back at a summary of RIM’s year creating open source repositories in the web space.