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FOSS

foss

A moat or ditch.

FOSS

(Free and Open Source Software) See free software and open source.
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Some are investigating free and open source software (FOSS) as a result.
Even if FOSS is the "biggest disruptor the software industry has ever seen," (6) altering its efficacy in a market depends on understanding its unconventional motivational mix.
The workshop also included a presentation titled, 'FOSS Development in Ministry of Health' delivered by Shaikha Alnomani, a programmer at Ministry of Health.
'By choosing FOSS options, companies can benefit from this continuous development and have access to the latest software at all times,' commented Dr.
When the shooting stopped, a "senior citizen" approached Foss, asking if she could help him.
When you find an interesting wine, check on the bottle for the importer, Foss said.
At the end of November, Foss and Rose sat down with couple Bre-Anne Hall and Eric Green to start talks of taking over the store.
The Nicole Foss is ice class DO, meaning the hulls are designed specifically for polar waters and are reinforced to maneuver in ice.
Foss, who began his career in 1985 at NCR as a systems engineer, joined Advanced Computer Systems (ACS) in 1989 as a sales manager marketing banking solutions to community banks in the upper Midwest.
The confrontation unfolded when a deputy arrived at the Haig Street home - located east of Highway 99 and north of Roosevelt Boulevard in northwest Eugene - to serve Foss with a "forcible entry detainer," or eviction notice, sheriff's Capt.
Foss has served as president of Jack Henry & Associates (JHA) since July 1, 2014.
A public opening to be held June 19 will be in conjunction with the seasonal opening of the Foss Waterway Seaport.