6th January 2021
Did the pandemic “open up” innovation in 2020?
I certainly couldn’t have imagined when I wrote Information Age’s review of open source in 2019, that I would be writing a similar review a...Read more Read more about Did the pandemic “open up” innovation in 2020?
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Future Leaders’ Friday training on @CloudNativeFdn “who expect contributions to open source projects to keep growing”, from @oicheryl. The UK is one of the biggest contributors! A recording will be available on our youtube channel on Monday #cloud #opensourcesoftware https://t.co/mD4tBoF4B2