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James Governor (Co-Founder of RedMonk) talked about what change is happening in the IT industry with the cloud, the principles of the use of open source within software companies, how companies are ...

James Governor (Co-Founder of RedMonk) talked about what change is happening in the IT industry with the cloud, the principles of the use of open source within software companies, how companies are using the open technologies to build better quality software and how government could leverage from open source best practices.

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  • Mike Stonebreaker, founder of seven different database companies, told the GlueCon audience in 2010 that it was impossible to be a new project in the database space without being open source.
  • W hich of course encourages more forking and diversity, the new way innovation is done
  • W hich of course encourages more forking and diversity, the new way innovation is done
  • W hich of course encourages more forking and diversity, the new way innovation is done

James Governor from RedMonk Presentation at Zaizi's Open Gov Summit 2012 James Governor from RedMonk Presentation at Zaizi's Open Gov Summit 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • Open Gov: Open Source as an Innovation Driver 10.20.2005Open Gov Summit May 2012
  • Software is Eating the World 2
  • Fragmentation of Everything 3
  • Language Tiers 4
  • Software in the 20th Century 5
  • Software in the 21st Century 6
  • The Developer Strikes Back 7
  • Forage 8
  • Code Foraging 9
  • Then Forge 10
  • On Quality 11
  • Skills Transfer and Practice 12
  • Purchasing First“Operating systems, databases, web and application servers, dev toolsall required money. To get anything done, then, developers neededsomeone to write checks for the tools they needed to build. Thatmeant either raising the capital to buy the necessary pieces, or moreoften requesting that an employer or other third party purchase themon the developers behalf.” Stephen O’Grady – New Kingmakers 13
  • Accelerating Innovation 14
  • The End of Software 15
  • The Age of Software The Age of Data 16
  • Economics You Can’t Compete With 17
  • CreditsPhotos:SF in Cloud – SF ChronicleCraftsman – A. Davey on FlickrBerlin Wall, man with hammer – gavinandrewstewart on FlickrBerlin Wall – antaldaniel on FlickrBarbed Wire by tacitrequiem on FlickrVC chart data from the National Venture Capital Association and the Center for Venture Research, via @cbtacy from AppFog 18