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What do homebuilders have in common with developers?

By Angie Hirata, August 3, 2011

When we speak to ISVs, aerospace/defense contractors, or hardware manufacturers that have software interfaces - many of them like to use languages like Perl, Python, or Tcl to build or provide some functionality in their applications. However, some also ask "why should I use ActivePerl/Python/Tcl if open source options are free?"

Category: perl, perl, python, tcl

Open Source Indemnification: Why You Should Care

By Bart Copeland, September 22, 2010

With the recent rise in software copyright claims filed (such as Oracle’s lawsuit against Google for copyright/patent infringement related to Java), companies are realizing more than ever that indemnification protection against costly lawsuits is important.

Category: open source

Over 60% using dynamic languages in mission-critical applications

By Angie Hirata, March 1, 2010

In our blog post a few weeks ago entitled "What Managers don't know about their developers using open source components", we discussed how developers may be using open source in their application development without their managers' knowledge or consent.

Category: ActiveBlog

Looking for a good read?

By Kendra Penrose, January 14, 2008

How about a white paper! We have just posted our first featured resource for 2008. License to Code: Indemnifying Your Business Against Open Source Licensing Liabilities Download it here. Happy reading.

How about a white paper!

We have just posted our first featured resource for 2008.

License to Code: Indemnifying Your Business Against Open Source Licensing Liabilities

Download White Papers here.

Happy reading.

Category: open source
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