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Maintaining Open Source Technology: Foundations, Corporations and Two Guys Named Steve

By Tom Radcliffe, January 19, 2016

This post on Medium by Nadia Eghbal pointing out the precarious situation of open source infrastructure is absolutely spot-on.

Category: open source

An Interview with David Ascher from the Mozilla Foundation

By Kathy Thomas, December 16, 2015

The core philosophy of the Mozilla Foundation is to promote the "values of an open internet to the broader world." So given the recent announcements about open source technology, Google open sourcing TensorFlow and Automattic’s doing the same for Wordp

Enterprises and Open Source: The Important Role of Commercial Distributions

By Bart Copeland, December 1, 2015

I recently did a webinar with Jay Lyman, Research Manager at 451 Research, discussing the trends in open source programming language adoption by enterprises and how they impact the overall business.

ActivePython vs. Open Source Python: What's the Difference

By Jennifer Lawler, November 5, 2015

I recently stumbled upon on old forum question inquiring why someone would use ActivePython instead of Python. That prompted me to write this blog, because it's important to remember that our language distributions are "more" than just the language itself.

The State of Open Source and Highlights from the Cloud Luminary Fireside Chats

By Michael Kanasoot, August 27, 2015

Cloud Luminary Fireside Chat

How time flies, especially in the cloud world. Less than a year ago, Bernard Golden kicked off the Cloud Luminary Fireside Chats, a series of monthly discussions with leading thinkers in the industry.

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Cloud Foundry Foundation One Step Closer to Reality

By Brent Smithurst, October 24, 2014

Today is another exciting day in the Cloud Foundry community, with the Cloud Foundry Foundation taking a giant step toward becoming official: its draft governing documents and bylaws have been posted for public review.

Category: announcements

Report from OSCON: Open Source and the Enterprise

By Bernard Golden, August 5, 2014

CAB Meeting June 2014 Recently, for the first time in several years, I had the opportunity to attend OSCON -- and found it very familiar yet also significantly changed, in ways that carry strong implications for the future of IT in the enterprise.

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Two Factors to Docker's Success

By Ho Ming Li, June 17, 2014

Dockercon 2014 I recently attended DockerCon 2014, the first Docker conference hosted by Docker Inc. The atmosphere was vibrant with lots of contributors and partners in the community actively participating. This conference had it all -- filled with exciting demonstrations, significant announcements, educational sessions, and lots of meaningful discussions around containerization technologies. Thanks for having us.

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Stackato and Lessons Learned with Cloud Foundry

By Jeff Hobbs, June 13, 2014

Here are the slides from my Cloud Foundry Summit 2014 presentation: Stackato and the Lessons Learned with Cloud Foundry. Below are some of the topics I discussed:

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Developers: The New Kingmakers

By Bernard Golden, May 21, 2014

Developers: The New Kingmakers I just read through “The New Kingmakers,” a thought-provoking book by Stephen O'Grady of the small, but influential, analyst firm Redmonk. The thesis of the book is straightforward: technology changes have moved developers, previously of little importance within the world of IT, to a central direction-setting role within companies.

O'Grady attributes this change to four factors:

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