IBM is doubling down on Blockchain, contributing to and supporting [The Linux Foundation's] Hyperledger open source Blockchain project.
"The Linux Foundation has shown it can manage competing visions and egos, a bit like when Phil Jackson ran the Bulls," writes Grant Burningham for Newsweek in reference to the Hyperledger Project. The project has announced expanding membership as industry heavyweights see its growing importance.
A solution to the counterfeit drug problem proposed at Hyperledger meeting
Node.js' model is "the future of open source development."
The Linux Foundation's Let's Encrypt is helping secure the Internet.
The Hyperledger Project has filled key leadership positions and 10 new companies are joining the project and investing in the future of an open blockchain ledger: Blockstream, Bloq, eVue Digital Labs, Gem, itBit, Milligan Partners, Montran Labs, Ribbit.me, Tequa Creek Holdings and Thomson Reuters.
Jim Zemlin advocates for a more inclusive open source at Collaboration Summit 2016.
Getting your company to integrate open-source development can be difficult; The Linux Foundation and the TODO Group want to change this.
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