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Open Sources 2.0: The Continuing Evolution

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Open Sources 2.0: The Continuing Evolution
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Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc.
ISBN/ASIN: 0596008023
ISBN-13: 9780596008024
Number of pages: 488

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These essays explore open source's impact on the software industry and reveal how open source concepts are infiltrating other areas of commerce and society. The essays appeal to a broad audience: the software developer will find thoughtful reflections on practices and methodology from leading open source developers, while the business executive will find analyzes of business strategies from Michael Olson and Matt Asay.

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