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Interview with Bob Sutor, VP of Linux and Open Source at IBM

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In this episode of Open Voices, Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin talks with newly appointed VP of Linux and Open Source at IBM Bob Sutor. They cover IBM’s current support of Linux, the origin of that support, and the hotspots Bob sees in the Linux and open source market today. Highlights include conversation about cloud computing, Linux on the desktop, ODF, and the growth of the Linux community. Bob will cover these topics in more detail during his keynote at the upcoming LinuxCon conference in September in Portland, OR.

Interview David Smith REvolution Computing

 

 This article is a copy from decisionstats.com, the original author:

http://decisionstats.com/2009/05/29/interview-david-smith-revolution-computing/

Our development team spent more than six months making R work on 64-bit Windows (and optimizing it for speed), which we released as REvolution R Enterprise bundled with ParallelR.” David Smith - REvolution Computing’s Director of Community, interviewed by Ajay Ohri.

 

 

Wall Street Opens Doors to Open Source Technologies: Colin Magee Global VP REvolution Computing

"People realize now that the open source project -- which really has worldwide buy-in from top experts from whatever field -- is perhaps a more secure and future-proof method of development than going with a proprietary vendor who can never keep with the worldwide community," says Colin Magee, VP sales and marketing at REvolution Computing,

Cloud computing and its impact on the future of architecture: IBM developerWorks - Open Source

IBM developerWorks - Open Source

Cloud computing and its impact on the future of architecture

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/opensource/library/ar-valuecloudcomputing/index.html?ca=drs-

The role of organizational politics in Software Engineering and Software Architecture design


The topic of organizational politics is not new. The concept surfaced in 1958 and in early 1980's the topic was actively studied and analyzed. There is no definitive guidance since it's a challenging topic to study; after all this is about the behavior of people. There are many factors that shape the game of politics: individual values and ethics, organization's structure and the way of life (e.g. "cooking books"), environmental conditions (e.g. market stress), and performance reward criteria (e.g. measuring and rewarding the wrong results). What's clear from research is that there is a distinction between an actual political behavior and a perception of a political behavior. For a software architect it's important to recognize and manage both.

Bringing Open Source Best Practices into Corporations Using a Software Forge - Dirk Riehle

Dirk Riehle from SAP Labs Palo Alto has the best philosophical outlook in this space in the world. In this reference he is simply summarising an upcoming talk he is giving in Hamburg but this link leads to a cascade of links to some important references, all of which will be given url references here.

Open Source and Open Standards the UK Government Action Plan

Open Source and Open Standards the UK Government Action Plan

http://www.cio.gov.uk/documents/open_source/090224opensource.pdf

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