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By Adron Hall on June 24, 2011
This is the first time I’ve attended OS Bridge. I’d known about it before while living in PDX. I had seen numerous people sitting in Bailey’s, Backspace, and other places around town after the days of the conference in past years. This year I actually got to experience it myself and am stoked with the [...]
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By Mårten Mickos on February 23, 2011
An open source company is naturally a company that produces open source code for others to consume. But how does the notion of producing software code in the open affect company culture?
By Jacob Morgan on June 1, 2010
Here is another chess puzzle, white to move and mate in 2! Last week at the social CRM summit in Georgia those in attendance were tasked with an interesting exercise around understanding advocacy. We were to imagine that we worked for Direct T.V. (or as Paul likes to say Drek) and were told to come [...]