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Ann Winblad Reflects: The Rise of Software

By Derek Weeks on January 04, 2018 Software Supply Chain

Ann Winblad started her own software business when most people didn’t know what software was. It was 1976, and she borrowed $500 from her brother. Six years

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How a Software Bill of Materials Uncovers Known Vulnerabilities

In two minutes, we can show you a full software bill of materials for your application. We can also identify any known vulnerabilities in the open source

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Sonatype and Bamboo: Improving Your Builds

By Derek Weeks on March 03, 2015 open source governance

Sonatype now provides native Atlassian Bamboo support to improve the quality of your build outputs. Sonatype provides instant analysis of open source

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Evaluating OSS logistics solutions? Consider these 9 tips.

By Derek Weeks on February 24, 2015 Sonatype vs. Black Duck

With well over 17 billion open source components downloaded from public repositories in 2014, it is clear that more software development organizations are

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The Software Supply Chain Piques Interest

As we looked back at what our readers found most intriguing in the past year, we found one central theme: managing their software supply chain. Our readers

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[Part 2] Code, Cars, and Congress: A Time for Cyber Supply Chain Management

On December 4th, 2014, U.S. Congressional Representatives Ed Royce (R-CA) and Lynn Jenkins (R-KS) introduced H.R. 5793, the “Cyber Supply Chain Management

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Code, Cars, and Congress: A Time for Cyber Supply Chain Management

On December 4th, 2014, U.S. Congressional Representatives Ed Royce (R-CA) and Lynn Jenkins (R-KS) introduced H.R. 5793, the "Cyber Supply Chain Management

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Talking Turkey in Texas: Open Source Governance Lags

Deep in the heart of Texas, I was leading a panel discussion at the Lone Star Application Security Conference (LASCON) a few weeks ago. The panel was “

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