This episode of the podcast is taken from a panel discussion at our last Open Source Readiness session on Running Open An Open Source Project From Inside A Bank.
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The financial services industry is still in the early stages of opening up to open source development, and FINOS is home to some of the industry’s most significant collaborations. This panel discussion will focus on the experiences of open source maintainers operating behind a bank’s firewall. Participants from Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, and Citigroup will discuss what it takes to get an open source project approved, the challenges of collaborating with developers outside their institutions, and how financial institutions can improve the lives of their open source developers.
Peter is a Distinguished Engineer within Deutsche Bank Technology, Data and Innovation. As a Distinguished Engineer he leads TDI’s Engineering Culture strategy and within this is encouraging a wider adoption of Inner Sourcing and contribution to Open Source projects. His day job involves Cloud Architecture, DevOps and SRE adoption. He is lead Maintainer for the FINOS Cloud Service Certification project.
Beeke is a Vice President in the Goldman Sachs Data Engineering department and manages the delivery of a variety of product enhancements across the Goldman Sachs Data Management Platform Legend. She was part of the team that drove open sourcing Legend last year focusing on aspects of communication, stakeholder engagement and project management.
Paul has over 20 years’ experience as a software developer across risk, finance, product control and client onboarding.
Aaron chairs the Foundation’s Open Source Readiness working group, helping members to develop policies that enable productive engagement with open source. Aaron has counseled both commercial software producers and nonprofit foundations on legal issues related to open source software. As counsel for the Software Freedom Law Center, he advised some of the most significant open source software foundations. At IEEE, he advised internal clients on open access and open licensing matters. And as a partner at Tor Ekeland P.C., he advised startups and commercial software companies on establishing open source policies, designing open source business models, and on license compliance.
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