You can’t get away from it. Thousands of open source components are being used in every industry, every day, to quickly build and deploy applications. For those not in the security industry, it’s hard to keep track of what is being done in this field to manage and monitor open source usage. This article is the first in a series where we will talk about open source in layman terms, identify how prevalent open source is in the modern development environment and how teams are approaching the management of such a multi-headed hydra.
Another informative and well-presented RebelLabs survey has hit the streets. Their 2014 Java Tools and Technologies Landscape report was just released and hats off to them for ‘their better than ever response rate’ and their good will for charity donations from each completed survey response. This year’s survey covers more than a dozen different tool/technology segments within the Java industry.
A sneak peek at interim results from the “Developers and Application Security: Who is Responsible?” 2014 survey are in, and there’s still time for you to participate. Here’s a little something for you to think about. Once upon a time, we used to develop our own software. But these days, we are developing 90% of […]
We want your opinion Last year over 1,600 of you participated in our annual open source development survey. As we continue to develop our commercial products and invest in core open source projects, we’re interested in hearing about your experiences and current challenges. If you are a programmer, manager, or technology executive, we would appreciate […]
As we continue to develop our commercial products and invest in core open source projects like Maven, Nexus, m2eclipse, and Maven Central, we’re very interested in learning about your experiences and current challenges. If you are a programmer, manager, or technology executive, we would appreciate it if you could take some time out of your […]