For those interested IBM, Open Avenue, developerWorks, and
Software Magazine are holding an Open Source Seminar in NYC on
November 15, 2000 at the Hilton New York. The event is co-located
with BrainStorm Group's eBusiness Strategy Conference.
"You've probably heard a lot about open-source software, and
your organization may already be using products like Linux, Apache,
or Perl that are developed using an open-source process. The Open
Source model for software development has demonstrated that
geographically dispersed developers can successfully collaborate
via the Web on large-scale development projects, even though they
rarely meet in person or even talk on the phone."
"But how does the Open Source model work outside the community
of expert "hackers"? What are its implications for vendors of
proprietary technology? For application development professionals
within commercial IT shops? And will it work for your
Find out why leading technology vendors are open sourcing key
technologies, and how to put the power of community development to
work for you
Discover how commercial development organizations and IT
consultants can successfully leverage the concepts and practices of
the Open Source model to collaborate via the Web
Learn how an emerging new Open Model -based on the early
success of Open Source Software will change the way applications
get built, for the better!"
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