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source program

[′sȯrs ‚prō‚gram]
(computer science)
The form of a program just as the programmer has written it, often on coding forms or machine-readable media; a program expressed in a source-language form.

source program

A program in its original form, as written by the programmer. See source code.
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By utilizing the tools and resources available to VMware Community Source Program members, NetEffect can improve its ability to deliver networking solutions that fully leverage the benefits of the VMware virtualized platform, and we welcome NetEffect to the program.
Scalent is clearly taking advantage of the advanced tools and resources provided by the VMware Community Source Program to ensure that Scalent V/OE fully supports and extends the market-leading VMware ESX Server product, an integral component of VMware Infrastructure.
Klocwork analyzed the versions of each open source programs that were previously deemed defect-free by another source code analysis vendor, and identified hundreds of defects and vulnerabilities across the three projects.
This RFP is seeking cost-effective proposals from eligible applicants for supporting state, regional, and local partners and other non-federal stakeholders to build the institutional and programmatic capacity for accelerated implementation of agricultural conservation and other nonpoint source programs.
Open source programs typically run on the popular operating systems Windows, Linux and Macintosh and offer additional free features.
After gaining practical experience with the open source programs, IBM consultants report back to the three major higher-ed initiatives with the goal of tweaking and improving the programs.
It's great to see companies like Pentaho in the open source community creating Google mashups," said Chris DiBona, Open Source Programs Manager at Google.