In Danese Cooper’s book Adopting InnerSource she discusses application of open source principles and practices to create in-house software is taking off in the corporate world. Known as InnerSource, this development strategy lets development teams collaborate and share code to speed delivery and improve quality while helping to eliminate silos and bottlenecks. With this practical book, you’ll explore case studies from Bell Labs, PayPal, Ericsson, Nike, Bosch, and Europace that demonstrate why and how InnerSource can work in your organization.
Danese Cooper Danese is a renowned Open Source leader and VP of Special Initiatives at NearForm. A technologist, strategist and evangelist, she joined NearForm from PayPal, where she was Head of Open Source, the Inaugural Chairperson of the Node.js Foundation, and founded InnerSourceCommons.org. Prior to that, she was the first Chief Open Source Evangelist for Sun Microsystems and the first female Chief Technology Officer of Wikimedia Foundation. She specialises in healthy Open Source communities and has served on the Boards of the Drupal Association, the Open Source Initiative, the Open Hardware Association and has advised Mozilla and the Apache Software Foundation. She has also run a successful Open Source consultancy which counts the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, SETI Foundation, Harris Corporation and Numenta as clients.
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