On Wednesday, we had the last Open Source Readiness SIG of 2023. What went down?
The Open Source Readiness SIG has been working hard this year and we’re excited to bring you important updates on the FINOS Financial Services Open Source Developer (FSOSD) certification. Announced in beta on November 1st at the Open Source in Finance Forum in NYC, the certification has been a collaborative effort, and we want to thank everyone who participated in the beta so far.
In this episode of the podcast, Grizz sits down with Alex Lakatos - CTO at The Interledger Foundation (a new Associate Member of FINOS). We talk about Alex's developer / devrel journey, the Interledger Foundaiton, payments, open source, hackathons, and how to get out of trouble in Hungarian.
Thank you to everyone who joined us at OSFF in New York - this was our largest one yet! One last thing to talk about from the event:
Video from the event and slides are available below.
Normally, the OSR blog is all about, well, Open Source. But today I’m going to share some activity from our sister FINOS group, the InnerSource SIG.
The concept of forking has become synonymous with branching out independently on a project. While forking serves its purpose in certain scenarios, it's essential to recognize when it may not be the most effective approach. Now, we'll explore the benefits of active innersourcing and why developers should consider collaboration before taking the fork in the road.
Thank you to everyone who joined us at OSFF in NYC - this was our largest one yet! Here are some of the highlights: