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Never a More Interesting Time

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light,

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Hear no Evil, See no Evil, Deploy no Evil

I was going to start off listing a series of what I think are easy questions that I reckon everyone in technology should be able to answer even if they are not or have never been involved with

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Part 1 - [ ________ ] is the Best Policy

Open source has been around for donkey's years but until recently the persuasive argument of “many eyeballs” was the guiding policy using open source.
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Outnumbered, Again

I remember it clearly. Sitting down for breakfast, I opened the Sydney Morning Herald to see the latest headlines in Australia for the day. As I shuffled through the paper, I finally landed upon the

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Two AppSec Questions Always Asked

While Repository Health Checks are valuable, we just released something even better: the CLM 1.11 Dashboard. First of all, it helps you answer the first two critical open source vulnerability

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Part 3: The Internet of Everything: Code, Cars, and More

In part two of my blog 'A Closer Look at Today's Software Supply Chain', I discussed why human-speed supply chain management can’t keep pace with today’s agile software development practices and why

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Are You Choosing the "Right" Component?

In our recent open source developer survey we asked, what are the TOP FOUR characteristics considered when selecting a component? And since components are the building blocks used when creating an

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Part 1: The Internet of Everything: Code, Cars, and More

Just like automobile manufacturers, software “manufacturers” need to apply supply chain management principles for both efficiency and quality. They need to be prepared to conduct a rapid and

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Stewing Over Software Ingredients

Just the other day I was planning dinner for my family and thought it would be a great idea to bust out the Dutch oven I had to have, but rarely use, and make a nice stew. I ran to the grocery store

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