Open Source Culture with Rachel Roumeliotis
Open source software has become the rule for how software is written rather than the exception. OSCON is O’Reilly’s open source conference, where companies and individuals talk about where the open-source world is going.
Rachel Roumeliotis is the chair of OSCON, and she joins the show today to talk about the state of open source, and how the conference has developed since she started working at O’Reilly.
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