Dennis Byron: August 2008 Archives

As part of the August 20, 2008 Open Source Software (OSS) Roundtable on ebizQ, we asked attendees the following question: "How important are the quantity of solutions in a decision by your company to use open source?" The poll was... Read More..
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Download file Back in March I met with Todd Barr formerly of Red Hat and at that time starting his new position at the Austin-based Ruby/Ruby on Rails-based venture called FiveRuns. That was my introduction to Ruby and its... Read More..
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I tried to avoid posting about this giving that the open source blogsphere has gone ga-ga over it. This and it refers to the the August 14, 2008 ruling in the Northern District of California federal court in the U.S.... Read More..
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In a recent post, I said the open source software (OSS) community needs to go back to basics because the “us vs. them? thing has become so tiring. But what are the basics the OSS community needs to get back... Read More..
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The open source software (OSS) community needs to go back to basics. The "us vs. them" thing over intellectual property, this or that vendor's choice of how to market its products and/or services, OOXML, quality control, "Halloween memos," SCO Unix,... Read More..
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Download file On today's podcast, I am spending a few minutes describing some of the ins and outs of market research. There have been numerous reports on open source software (OSS) that have come out in the last few... Read More..
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Dennis Byron’s blog on open source software: A longtime market research analyst follows what “the movement? means to business integration—in applications, infrastructure, as services, as architecture and as functionality.

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