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									                           LEMBAGA PEPERIKSAAN MALAYSIA
                          KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA

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Name of Candidate                              Siti Zuraidah Bt Zain
IC No                                          901127-02-5220
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Construct            :     S05    Current and Future Development of Open Source Software
                                  and Latest Development in ICT

Aspect               :     S05.1 Explain the latest open source software available and the
                                 latest development in ICT

Type of Instrument   :            Written Assignment

Assessment           :     1/2/3/_



Open source describes practices in production and development that promote access to
the end product's source materials--typically, their source code. Some consider it as a
philosophy, and others consider it as a pragmatic methodology. Before open source
became widely adopted, developers and producers used a variety of phrases to
describe the concept; the term open source gained popularity with the rise of the
Internet and its enabling of diverse production models, communication paths, and
interactive communities. Subsequently, open source software became the most
prominent face of open source.

The open source model can allow for the concurrent use of different agendas and
approaches in production, in contrast with more centralized models of development
such as those typically used in commercial software companies. "Open source" as
applied to culture defines a culture in which fixations are made generally available.

2.1. The Latest Open Source OS
    Meaning of open source OS
    Examples of open source OS

2.2. The Latest Open Source Application Software
    Meaning of open source application software
    Examples of source application software

2.3. The Latest ICT Hardware
    Examples of hardware
    Function of each hardware

2.4. Pervasive Computing.
    Meaning of pervasive computing
    Examples of pervasive computing

2.1. The Latest Open Sources OS

Meaning of open sources:
Computer software source code that is released under an open-source license or to the
public domain. Open source licenses include the GNU General Public License.

Examples of open sources:
Apache, PHP, Mozilla Firebird and the Linux kernel.

2.2. The Latest Open Sources Application Software

Meaning of open sources application software

PHP. The PHP Hypertext Preprocessor is a programming language that allows web
developers to create dynamic content that interacts with databases. PHP is basically
used for developing web based software applications.

Examples of open sources application software
2.3. The Latest ICT Hardware

Examples of hardware
1 .Wireless Network card
2. Wireless USB Adapter
3. Wireless Bluetooth Headset
3. USB Flash Drive

Function of each hardware

Hardware                        Function
Wireless Network card           Component of a computer that enables the
                                computer to communicate with other
                                computers via a wireless router network

Wireless USB Adapter            Wireless USB adapters provide mobile
                                workers with a compact and easily carried
                                way to enable their laptops to connect to
                                wireless networks.

                                An input and output device combined into
Wireless Bluetooth Headset      a single unit of headset to be used with a
                                Bluetooth cell phone.

USB Flash Drive                 A USB Flash Drive is essentially NAND-
                                type flash memory integrated with a USB
                                1.1 or 2.0 interface used as a small,
                                lightweight, removable data storage
2.4. Pervasive Computing

Meaning of pervasive computing:

      The use of a computing infrastructure that supports information appliances from
      which users can access a broad range of network-based services, including
      Internet-based e-commerce services.

Examples of pervasive computing

Bluetooth                                   E-commerce

E-learning                                  Wireless

3. Conclusion

4. References

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