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Introduction to Free Software

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Introduction to Free Software
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Publisher: FTA
Number of pages: 291

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The reader will become familiar with agencies and projects related to the deployment of Free Software in the public and private sectors, and will learn to identify and understand the consequences of the use and exploitation of Free Software in different areas. This book presents several approaches to the implementation of projects based on Free Software, migrations to Free Software platforms, production and development methodologies and related business projects.

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