Big Data and open source software may be the next great unholy alliance in computing's current promised land, but open source is a broken business model that needs a better vehicle for supporting projects such as programming suites that build database applications. So argues Chris Wensel, founder and CTO of Concurrent. Wensel started the company in 2008 to focus on the open-source Cascading Project, a framework that he created to better work with Big Data applications.
July 2, 2013
Concurrent's Chris Wensel: The Open Source Path Is a Rocky Road
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