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Establish Mechanisms to Monitor Your Governance Program: Open Source Development Tip #10


December 14, 2011 By
Terry Bernstein

We’ve been publishing a series of tips on managing your use of open source maximize benefits and minimize the risks.  You can find earlier posts in the series here and a summary of the entire set of tips here.  In today’s post, we complete the series with a tip on establishing mechanisms to monitor the […]

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Continuously Monitor Production Applications: Open Source Development Tip #9


November 27, 2011 By
Terry Bernstein

We’ve been publishing a series of tips on managing your use of open source to maximize benefits and minimize the risks.  You can find earlier other posts in the series here and a summary of the entire set of tips here.  In today’s post, we continue with a tip on continuously monitoring production applications to […]

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Build Open Source Management into Software Development: Open Source Development Tip #8


November 17, 2011 By
Terry Bernstein

We’ve been publishing a series of tips on managing your use of open source maximize benefits and minimize the risks.  You can find earlier other posts in the series here and a summary of the entire set of tips here.  In today’s post, we continue with a tip on building open source management into your […]

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Standardize on a Common Set of Components: Open Source Development Tip #6


November 2, 2011 By
Terry Bernstein

We’ve been publishing a series of tips on managing your use of open source to maximize benefits and minimize the risks.  You can find other posts in the series here and a summary of the entire set of tips here.  In today’s post, we continue with a tip on standardizing the open source components you […]

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Start With a Pilot Program: Open Source Development Tip #4


October 21, 2011 By
Terry Bernstein

We’ve been publishing a series of tips on managing open source development to maximize your benefits and minimize the risks.  In case you missed them, you can find the other posts in the series here.  In today’s post, we continue the series with a tip on getting started with a pilot program. You’ll find a summary […]

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Establish an Open Source Governance Program: Open Source Development Tip #3


October 19, 2011 By
Terry Bernstein

Last week we published the first in our multi-part series on managing open source to maximize benefits and minimize risks.  In case you missed it, you can find it here.  In today’s post, we continue the series with a practical tip on getting started with an open source governance program. You’ll find a summary of the […]

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Tips for Increasing Open Source Benefits– Tips #1 and #2


October 17, 2011 By
Terry Bernstein

With our launch of Insight, we’ve been talking to a lot of customers and prospective customers about effective management of open source-based development.  At this point, we’ve heard it all.  But some trends have emerged.  One thing is clear — virtually everyone wants to use more open source in their development processs, but realizes the […]

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