What a Layperson Can Gain From an Enterprise Open Source Conference

Posted by brideoflinux on Mar 26, 2014 9:06 PM EDT
FOSS Force; By Christine Hall
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The thing to remember if you should find yourself at a workshop hosted by a person who’s “open source” company really wants to be Microsoft or Oracle is that the open source community, especially at the enterprise level, is a microcosm of the greater community from which it sprung. Don’t be disheartened by a presenter whose message is that “it’s all about the money” and that open source is nothing but another way of doing business. I promise you that two or three workshops down the road you’ll realize that person represents the minority — and that’ll make you feel very good.

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