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    • 1. OPEN SOURCE A Different Perspective
    • 2. What is Open Source?
      • Source Code available with Working Software
      • Available at No Cost to the user
      • One can Modify the code as per their requirement
      • No Licensing Agreement Required
      • User can be part of Development team too
    • 3. Why Open Source?
      • Choice of Vendors
      • No Hidden Agenda or Features
      • Access to Source Code
      • Free to Customize
      • Fast Turnaround time
    • 4. Where the World is Heading to?
      • More and more Companies are moving to Open Source Software's.
      • Expanding Domains.
      • Increased Reliability
      • Adopted by big Corps eg Eclipse
      • Becoming Popular Choice
    • 5. What is Available?
      • O/S – Linux, JNode
      • Office Suite – Star Office
      • Dev Tools – Eclipse, Free Pascal, Lazarus
      • (R)DBMS – MySQL, SQL Lite
      • Application Server – JBoss, Tomcat
      • Utilities – DVDShrink
    • 6. What is in it for Developers?
      • An Opportunity to Harness their Skills
      • An Opportunity to be part of World Class Product / Software Team
      • An Opportunity to Learn new Skills
    • 7. What is in it for Students?
      • Opportunity to Work on a Live Project
      • Opportunity to work With Experts
      • Opportunity to Learn from real-life experience
    • 8. How can One Participate
      • Search for the Kind of Project You want to Work on
      • Download the Source Code and Binary and Play with the Software
      • Participate in Forums for the project and submit bug fixes
      • Request the project admin to give developer access
    • 9. Where To from Here?
      • Sites for Open Source Project
      • http://www.sourceforge.net
      • http://www.java.net/ For Java OS projects
      • http://www.jboss.com
      • There are many more to add to the list.
    • 10. Thank You Samir Kumar Mishra [email_address]