The Source Code Revealed article will discuss what a A/V dealers and manufactures need to know about source code, file extensions, wrapper code, and source code for modules.
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Given intense competition for AV programming talent (AMX & Crestron), can your company really afford to lock up its code behind proprietary licenses and intellectual property ? When paying for source code there are major difference between ownership, licensing, and open source. Whether you are an industry expert or not please give your opinion on what you believe is the right thing to do. If you paid for AV programming should you get the source code ?
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What is Source Code?
All software applications are built from source code. The source code is made up of the numerous lines of instructions that programmers write for computers to interpret. These instructions tell a computer what to do and how to do it. We can think of the source code as the blueprint for a program and it may be written in any one of the various programming languages used today. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia