Open source software in the enterprise has never been healthier

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Ken Rugg of EDB
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Ken Rugg of EDB

Many companies support their developers who work on open source projects unrelated to the business - showing open source has matured

Recently I spotted a study by Digital Ocean on the adoption of open source that found more than half of developers are contributing to open source projects. Looking at the media coverage, though, I...

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