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Octoverse: The state of open source and rise of AI in 2023


First released in 2005, Git was still a new open source version control system when we founded GitHub. At GitHub, we know developers love to learn by doing and open source helps developers more rapidly adopt new technologies, integrate them into their workflows, and build what’s next.

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InnerSource, a practice that brings open-source principles to internal software development within organizations


InnerSource can be defined as the application of open-source software development principles within an organization’s internal software development processes. It draws on the valuable lessons learned from open-source projects and adapts them to the context of how companies create software internally.


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Hitting the Accelerator for Change: How Open Source Drives Software-Defined Cars

The flexibility and scalability of open source will allow car-makers to free their imagination and create software-driven cars of the future.

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Are We Witnessing the End of Open Source?

There's some speculation that we're seeing a decline in the open source space. But that's not necessarily true.

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Use Cases for Apache Cassandra®

In this white paper, discover the key use cases that make Cassandra® such a compelling open source software – and learn the important pitfalls to avoid. There’s a good reason why Apache Cassandra® is quickly becoming the NoSQL database of choice for organizations of all stripes.

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Meet Tweag! Modus Create’s open source innovation lab dedicated to developer experience

Modus Create

Today, I am excited to unveil a significant development in Modus Create’s commitment to open source — we have established Tweag as our open source program office (OSPO). Why we established an open source programming office Open source programming offices are more commonly seen from large product companies.

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Why open source matters for developers


Organizations' use of open source is continuing to increase. In fact, in 2021, some 77% of companies reported that they were using more open-source software, while 36% said they were using significantly more open-source tools.

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Understanding Open Source Business Models for the C-Suite

Learn three key areas that should be considered when evaluating a particular open source project. Choosing software to bake into your architecture is a long-term decision and it is important to understand all the implications of your choice.

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LLMOps for Your Data: Best Practices to Ensure Safety, Quality, and Cost

Speaker: Travis Addair, Co-Founder and CTO at Predibase

Join Travis Addair, CTO of Predibase, in this exclusive webinar to learn: How guardrails can be used to mitigate risks and enhance the safety and efficiency of LLMs, delving into specific techniques and advanced control mechanisms that enable developers to optimize model performance effectively Why implementing safeguards can significantly improve (..)

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The Advantages of Free and Open-Source Software Vs. Open-Core Software

Instaclustr commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a custom study to assess application development decision-makers’ understanding of the benefits of using open-core software vs. free and open source software (FOSS). Check out the findings!

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Discover the 10 Rules for Managing PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL is one of the most successful open source projects in existence. But each year it becomes harder and harder to get familiarized with the PostgreSQL ecosystem and its new features. Learn 10 rules that will help you perfect your PostgreSQL installation. Download now!

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Open Source & Open Standards: Navigating the Intricacies of a Symbiotic Partnership

Speaker: Guy Martin, Executive Director of OASIS Open

Something all of these technologies have in common is that they are open standards with robust open-source implementations. In the early days of technology, the building blocks of strong open standards combined with open source code that implemented these standards set the stage for breakthrough innovations.

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Open Source is Quickly—and Rightfully— Becoming Enterprise’s First Choice

Open source is not just a community, it’s a movement. Find out why enterprises are going all-in on their open source strategy. And while its popularity has, of course, existed for decades, its accelerating growth in today’s enterprise is unmistakable.

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Ultimate Guide to the Cloud Data Lake Engine

The six primary criteria for evaluating the different open source and commercial cloud data lake engine options. Key takeaways from the guide include: Why you should use a cloud data lake engine. What workloads are suitable for cloud data lake engines. How to get started with your evaluation