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  • 1. NOVEMBER 6, 2014 A tour of open source at the CFPB Matthew Burton & Clinton Dreisbach
  • 2. Our source code policy: We use open source software. 2
  • 3. Our source code policy: We use open source software. …and we share our own. 3
  • 4. Why? It’s the right thing to do. 4
  • 5. Why? It’s the right thing to do. …but it also helps our mission. 5
  • 6. When other agencies use our code, we all win. 6
  • 7. What’s it going to take to deploy my code in your enterprise today? 7
  • 8. eRegulations A parsing and display engine for the regulations process. 8
  • 9. Inline definitions Inline interpretations
  • 10. Fully documented API
  • 11. eRegulations FREE Python Django Haystack Backbone.js eregs.github.io/eregulations 11
  • 12. ec2mapper A visual dashboard for your AWS footprint. 12
  • 13. Easy deltas across all instances
  • 14. Fast details on any instance
  • 15. View instances by security group
  • 16. ec2mapper FREE MongoDB node.js 16
  • 17. This code and more at cfpb.github.io Stop by our office for a test drive. 17