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.
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.
Librem 5 phone hands-on—Open source phone shows the cost of being different
It’s not finished, but many of the basics for an open source smartphone are here.
- Red Hat $30B
- Mule Soft $6.5B
- Databricks $6B
- Elastic NV $5B
- Confluent $2.5B
- Hashicorp $2B
DarkCyber noted a quite good and meaty Slashdot write up called “CNBC Reports Open Source Software Has Essentially ‘Taken Over the World’”. What makes the information interesting is that a big media company reports that other big companies are definitely into open source software. The sources for the information include:
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