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Open Source Technology to build and constantly evolve a Low Code Application Platform - Stephen Murphy

May 15, 2020

 

Guest speaker: Stephen Murphy, CEO for Genesis Global, presented on the "Open Source Technology to build and constantly evolve a Low Code Application Platform". 

This video was from a live FINOS virtual "Meetup" on May 13, 2020. Join us live for future "Meetups" to see real examples of successful collaboration, hear a few top tips from active contributors, and learn about some innovative approaches to maintaining open source projects.

 

Stephen's Presentation

EPAM GLUE Project: Open Source Technology to build and constantly evolve a Low Code Application Platform - from May 13, 2020 - FINOS Virtual "Meetup"

FINOS Meetup - Stephen Murphy - 13 May 20

 

Genesis presented on how they used a variety of Open Source technologies to build a Low Code Application Platform (LCAP) for Capital Markets and  cover some key Open Source technologies used within the system. They talked about some of their future plans for using Open Source technologies including FINOS initiatives that help drive standards and re-use across our industry, such as Financial Objects and FDC3.

 

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STEPHEN'S BIO

Stephen graduated with a 1st in BSc Computer Science and has held senior business & “C-level” technology positions for some of the world’s leading investment banks including Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, HSBC & BTG Pactual. During his career he has lived in São Paulo, New York, Hong Kong & London.

 

For more details on this topic, see Genesis' COO & Co-Founder, James Harrison's blog post on "Why abstraction is the key to building a Low Code Financial Platform with Open Source" here.


FINOS Virtual "Meetups"

As part of our continued commitment to provide value to our Members and our greater Community, FINOS is expanding our use of virtual meetings and digital communication. While we know this can’t replace our in-person meetups (in New York, London, and Edinburgh), conferences (Open Source Strategy Forum - OSSF - in London and New York), and exclusive FINOS Member Meetings, we think it is a great way for our Community to share their achievements, ideas and even challenges related to open source in financial services.

FINOS will continue to produce short, regular “meetups” via WebEx (usually on a bi-weekly basis), with guest speakers we often feature in our in-person meetups and at OSSF.  April’s theme is “Overcoming barriers to open source collaboration in financial services - with practical examples.” Join us to see real examples of successful collaboration, hear a few top tips from active contributors, and learn about some innovative approaches to maintaining open source projects.

 

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