Webinar Featuring First Release of New Forrester Data on Developer Open Source Use
Moving from Cost-Control to Innovation: How Open Source is Changing Software Development in the Enterprise with Forrester Principal Analyst Jeffrey Hammond and Black Duck EVP Peter Vescuso
Burlington, Mass., November 26, 2012 – Over the past few years, enterprises, particularly in the financial services industry, have had to cut costs while simultaneously enhancing innovation. While this may sound contradictory, it has been possible with the strategic use of open source software (OSS). On this webinar, Jeff Hammond, Principal Analyst, Forrester, will release new data regarding developers’ use of OSS in financial services, along with mobile, cloud and big data information.
Together, Hammond and Black Duck Executive Vice President Peter Vescuso will discuss the role of open source in innovation, the rise of the modern, multi-channel application and how OSS and culture are changing software development in the financial services industry.
What: Webinar with Jeffrey Hammond and Peter Vescuso about innovation in the financial services industry, and the role open source plays in innovation and modern apps.
When: Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at 11:30 a.m. EST
Where: Register at http://www.blackducksoftware.com/webinars/Forrester.
Can't attend? Register for this webinar and you will receive a copy of the slides and the full recording after the live broadcast.
About Black Duck Software
Offering award-winning software and consulting, Black Duck is the partner of choice for open source software adoption, governance and management. Enterprises of every size depend on Black Duck to harness the power of open source technologies and methods. As part of the greater OSS community, Black Duck connects developers to comprehensive OSS resources through Ohloh.net, and to the latest commentary from industry experts through the Open Source Delivers blog. Black Duck also hosts the Open Source Think Tank, an international event where thought leaders collaborate on the future of open source. Black Duck is headquartered near Boston and has offices in San Mateo, St. Louis, London, Paris, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Seoul and Beijing. For more information about how to leverage open source to deliver faster innovation, greater creativity and improved efficiency, visit www.blackducksoftware.com and follow us at @black_duck_sw.