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Capital One: Open Source in a Regulated Environment

Most people know Capital One as one of the largest credit card companies in the U.S. Some also know that we’re one of the nation’s largest banks — number 8 in the U.S. by assets. But Capital One is also a technology-focused digital bank that is proud to be disrupting the financial services...
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How to Start an Open Source Program in Your Company

With 65% of companies using open source software, it's not just internet-scale companies that can benefit from formal open source programs. Many internet-scale companies, including Google, Facebook, and Twitter, have established formal open source programs (sometimes referred to as open source...
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Oath’s Top 5 Open Source Goals

As with many other companies, the open source program at Oath started informally with a group of diligent engineers and a few legal people. But the ad hoc group soon realized it needed a more formal program if it was going to be able to scale to address more issues and achieve specific business...
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One of the most important things when building an open source community is making sure that your own processes are open, according to Dropbox’s Luke Faraone.

The Evolution of Open Source at Dropbox

The open source program at Dropbox was initially just a mailing list, where some interested engineers wanted to open source projects and develop with open source. Over time, things became more formalized, with a focus on ensuring that the company was consistent about what code it would release...
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SanDisk: How to Scale Open Source for Business

By Nithya Ruff More than ever, traditional companies are embracing open source and find that it can get out of control if they don’t have a coordinated plan to manage it. And what do I mean by a traditional company? Companies that are pre-open source (or born before 1995). Also companies that are...
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