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EnterpriseIT Writeup on LA Symposium

If you've been watching this space, you know we've been gearing up for our LA symposium on September 14, co-located with the Linux Foundation's Open Source Summit. Swapnil Bhartiya walks through the different talks and why you should go - as well as a good bit from me about OSEN and the event: “The secret… Continue reading EnterpriseIT Writeup on LA Symposium

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Linux.com: 4 Quadrants of Open Source Entrepreneurship

In light of my Linux Foundation webinar, Building a Business on Open Source, (today, August 1, at 10am PDT/1pm EDT) as well as upcoming meetups and the OSEN Symposium co-located with Open Source Summit, I wrote a piece all about the 4 areas that define open source entrepreneurship: Automation, Collaboration, Community and Governance. Lots of companies,… Continue reading Linux.com: 4 Quadrants of Open Source Entrepreneurship

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New eBook: Building a Business on Open Source

I'm pleased to announce the publication of my ebook from the Linux Foundation, Building a Business on Open Source, with an assist from OpenSource.com. Many thanks to Libby Clark, Rikki Endsley, Stephen Walli, and Amber Ankerholz who all helped me at various stages of content development. Swapnil Bhartiya wrote a nice summary review at linux.com: It might sound… Continue reading New eBook: Building a Business on Open Source

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Toyota First to Market with Automotive Grade Linux Product

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