The Driving Principles of Open Source Software Success

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Posted:  13 Sep 2013
Published:  13 Sep 2013
Format:  HTML
Length:  15  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English


ABSTRACT:

Open source software (OSS) is developed, tested, or improved through public collaboration and distributed with the idea that they must be shared with others, ensuring an open future collaboration.

In this e-guide, gain enterprise programming lessons from the driving principles of OSS success, and uncover why you should stop merely thinking about how open source development projects will bring in profits for a specific sector of your business and start thinking about how they can generate good press for your whole business.

Read on to learn the potential advantages of open source BI tools, along with the reasons why some companies considering open source products might want to choose traditional BI software instead.





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