category: open source

  • Open Source Sustainability
    MAY 29, 2017 Written by M. Scott Ford

    Open source sustainability has been on our minds lately. We think that we could help a lot, but we're not exactly sure what that should look like.

  • A Brief History of Enterprise Software - Part 2, Cloud City and Open Source Makin' It Rain
    JAN 5, 2017 Written by Brian Bassett

    A few months ago, I wrote about how a small group of engineers with a noble idea created open source software and changed the world. The idea proved the collective intelligence model for software development and allowed for an explosion of software products. In this post, we will explore how those early gains accelerated quickly through cloud computing and the birth of Software as a Service (SaaS)

  • A Brief History of Enterprise Software - Part 1, Making the World a Better Place
    NOV 10, 2016 Written by Brian Bassett

    As a person who has worked in enterprise software and technology for almost 20 years, I always marvel at how different this industry looks from twenty, ten, or even just five years ago. Over the last two years, the landscape has shifted for classic enterprise vendors like IBM, Oracle and Microsoft in dramatic ways, but the massive tectonic shifts we now see have only been due to the incremental changes deep below the surface for decades.

  • 5 Reasons to Try bitHound for Your Next JavaScript Project
    OCT 13, 2015 Written by Andrea Goulet

    When a JavaScript project comes our way, we’ve found bitHound to be a fantastic tool to help us understand where we can have the most impact on a project. We love them, and not just because their company also has a dog in their name. So what makes bitHound stand out from other static analysis tools out there? We’re glad you asked.