The idea of making source code freely available originated in 1983 from an ideological movement informally founded by Richard Stallman, a programmer at MIT. Stallman believed that software should be accessible to programmers so they could modify it as they wished, with the goal of understanding it, learning about it, and improving it.
Today we have a very vast Open-Source community who collaborate to create software to an extent any individual wouldn't be able to. We are pleased to invite you to our Open-Source webinar, where you will get to know the ins and outs of Open-Source.
We will have with us Anant Bhasin, whose achievements we have celebrated and whose knowledge we are building our community further on!
Join us on the 27th of December at 11 AM.