The recently published State of Open Source Testing report – a collaboration between Tricentis, TestProject, SpecFlow, and Flood – was designed to capture a global snapshot of where the software testing industry stands today.
The path through which open source projects become industry standard is about to become a lot smoother. The Joint Development Foundation (JDF), an arm of The Linux Foundation, this week announced it has been approved to become an official submitter to the International Standards Organization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).
Phi Beta Iota: Important for two reasons. First, it makes possible mapping the just enough just in time supply chain that is totally vulnerable to disruption. Second, it makes possible the introduction of true cost economics at every point in that supply chain.
At present, software licenses that prohibit socially harmful or unethical uses cannot be considered open source. Should we change that?
Thanks to the flexibility provided by open source systems, integrators can create individualized solutions tailored to their client’s unique needs.