Licenses posted 17 May 2012 23:02 by
A large part of open sourcing any project is the decision of what licence to use. Apache, GPL, MIT, Eclipse, the list goes on. Each license has it's own features and drawbacks and I'm not going to list them here, that should be an exercise for the reader - but which is the best license to use? There is no right answer to that question and every project has... [Full article]
HeadsUp Agile becomes open source! posted 14 May 2012 22:39 by
Wow, the day has finally arrived. We are very happy indeed to announce that HeadsUp Agile is now an open source project hosted at GitHub.
You can clone the code right now from https://github.com/headsupdev/agile/ please do so and see what you think.[Full article]
Video of Presentation at Java User Group Scotland posted 12 May 2012 19:54 by
Thanks very much to all those who turned up for our presentation at the Java User Group Scotland - it was fun to chat about what we've been working on.
For those who missed it the video has now been uploaded and can be found on Vimeo.
Please let us know what you think and drop a line if you would like us to come and present at your group meeting!
Make use of our open source libraries posted 01 May 2012 21:17 by
Heads Up Development has recently started publishing it's code under our new open source initiative. You can check out our current status at GitHub and download / contribute to or just be inspired by our code.
We have currently opened the source to some java utilies which we find very useful, an IRC management library for interacting with members of chat rooms and, most... [Full article]