Open source and developers at Dell and the changing nature of OSS, & Loco Moco, with Barton George – Lords of Computing Podcast #13

I’ve had a theory that the hard-line philosophy of open source has softened in recent times. Rather than thinking closed source is to be avoided at all costs, I think most developer types are a lot more willing to accept closed source bits mixed in with open source bits. That is, open core has “won.” I discuss this topic with my long time pal, Barton George, while at SpringOne Platform, plus the work he’s doing in the developer and OSS worlds at Dell.

We also talk about Hawaiian food.

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2 thoughts on “Open source and developers at Dell and the changing nature of OSS, & Loco Moco, with Barton George – Lords of Computing Podcast #13

  1. To clarify and important topic. The “linguiça” is a type of Portuguese sausage typically smaller in size and lighter in seasoning than the Portuguese “chouriço”. As far as I’ve seen a linguiça is about the size of a large hot-dog, while the chouriço is usually sold in the form of a loop or 2 foot-long sausages.

    Both can be eaten “fresh/uncooked” or better lightly barbequed. Accompanied with Portuguese style buns “Papo-seco” they become a delight. BTW the “c” with the funny squiggle below it, changes the “c” from a “k” to a “s” sound.

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