To Expedite Innovation, Give Away Your Code

To Expedite Innovation, Give Away Your Code

By Gus Robertson Open-source software has been a growing phenomenon for more than two decades, but in recent years it has risen in importance in a whole new way: as a key to rapid innovation for startups and corporate giants alike. One example of open-source software being used to increase the velocity of technical innovation can be seen with Airbnb. Read More

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