I published a bit over at OpenSource.com. Read the full article here. It's a plea to look externally and figure out how your technology relates to all that's happening in the greater ecosystem. There are still way too many companies who suffer from NIH and end up saddled with way too much technical debt. Don't… Continue reading It’s the Ecosystem, Stupid
We're going back to the CIC this month for our next Cambridge meetup. RSVP at meetup.com/OSENMeetup/ This month's topic will be all about Open Source product development in the context of mobile, edge computing, and IoT. We'll talk about how to deal with patents and compliance, as well as a sober look at the state… Continue reading Next Cambridge Meetup – IoT and Mobile on June 27
We're pleased to announce that Swapnil Bhartiya has been added to the fold of OSEN authors. Swapnil has a distinguished history writing about open source in major publications. We're honored to have him on board. He brings a wealth of knowledge about open source in the enterprise, IoT, and consumer electronics. Look for his first… Continue reading Welcome Swapnil Bhartiya
We had a very enlightening conversation with Craig McLuckie, he of Kubernetes and Heptio fame. We talked about the simplicity of the Heptio model, the crowded field of container orchestration and a bit of Kubernetes history. Click below to hear more!
For those of us who follow open source business trends and products, we were blessed with a landmark announcement today from Toyota: the 2018 Camry will feature an entertainment system based on Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), the Linux Foundation collaborative project that counts car makers Toyota, Honda, Suzuki, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz and Nissan as members. This marks the… Continue reading Toyota First to Market with Automotive Grade Linux Product