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coreBOS is three years old!

Today coreBOS is three years old. It is now three years since I announced the official start of the coreBOS project and I think it is time for me to give coreBOS more visibility. I thought that the best way to do this would be by working on another of my passions an...

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

What a year! Saying it was a roller coaster ride would be a total shortcoming!!

This year has seen the birth of coreBOS. It has been extremely convulsive in the mother company with constant changes, ups and downs, doubts and risks. I have to say that, all in...

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This is a guest post by Andrea Alberici Evolutivo founder - coreBOS Evangelist

"We are not making a real fork, we just have to stay to 5.4 because many people (clients) will never move to the new infrastructure"

Yes, i agreed when i read in between the lines in coreBOS first "press-rele...

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coreBOS doesn't cease to surprise me!

This week I ran into two use cases of coreBOS which surprised me. Still, after all these years, coreBOS users find productive and useful ways to use the product that I haven't seen before.

1.- Nagios creating tickets

A client asked about using "update fi...

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How to keep your coreBOS application up to date

coreBOS 5.5 has brought a new tool to our powerful business operating system, coreBOS Updater.

Since we have a very stable and tested code base, and thanks to the powerful code administration and distribution system that Git/GitHub gives us, i...

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