Last week we welcomed open source expert Jim Jagielski to the New York Open Source Fintech Meetup, where he gave an engaging presentation about implementing open source programs: why financial services firms and fintechs need them and how to establish and run an effective one. Check out Jim’s full presentation below.
Case Study: Partnering with WhiteSource, the Symphony Software Foundation is building the future of open source development for the financial services industry.
Last week we hosted the first annual Open Source Strategy Forum at BNY Mellon in NYC! The event welcomed over 300 attendees from the Fintech, legal, and open source communities.
Gabriele Columbro, Executive Director at Symphony Software Foundation, took the stage at the Benzinga Fintech Summit on September 28 in San Francisco in a panel session titled "Building A Financial Services Ecosystem: How To Best Integrate Data & Tools."
Colin Eberhardt, technology director at Scott Logic and the first At-Large Member of the Symphony Software Foundation, isn’t shy about expressing his appreciation for open source. He spends many weekends and evenings on GitHub as an active member of the open source community, contributing to projects of various scales. With each project, he learned something new.
In a recent article on O’Reilly, Rachel Roumeliotis illustrated the five software development trends shaping enterprise in 2017. The very first trend, however, was not at all surprising to us here at the Symphony Software Foundation: Open source continues to shape our world.