We will host an industry talk on “Enabling Digital Transformation via Scaling Agile in the Financial Industry” in AMOS, our agile methods course. The talk is free and open to the public.
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- by: Munir Mahrufi and Liang Que, Deloitte Consulting GmbH
- about: Enabling Digital Transformation in the Financial Industry
- on: December 5th, 2019, 08:30 Uhr
- at: TU Berlin, HFT TA 441 (Lehrstuhl Schieferdecker, Einsteinufer 25)
- as part of: AMOS speaker series
Today I gave my JValue Open Data Service talk at USM (University of Sciences, Malaysia, at Penang). I am grateful for the opportunity and the recording.
Abstract: Open data has the potential to create significant practical value for its users through open innovation. Yet, to realize this value, we need an open ecosystem, next to open data, that allows app developers to create that value. In this talk I present my view of this open ecosystem of open data and how it should be structured. I then present the JValue Open Data Service (ODS), an open source software under development at my research group, that provides a key piece of this ecosystem. The goal of the JValue ODS project is to enable open innovation through app developers.
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I’ll be giving a presentation on single-vendor open source today at the Linux Foundation Open Source Leadership Summit 2019.
Abstract: Most venture capital funding in open source flows to single-vendor open source firms. With the struggles over licensing in the cloud, these companies find themselves at the crossroads: Stay true to open source or move to proprietary licenses, abandoning the goodwill and opportunities that come with open source? In this talk I will review how this business model works, discuss the challenges posed to vendors by large cloud providers, and review the options on the table.
If you liked the slides, you might like the paper as well.
Next up: Why now? And who? The struggle over single-vendor / open-core licensing.
I just helped finish three AMOS projects, all with IAV Engineering, at TU Berlin (Prof. Schieferdecker). Below, please find the project summaries for the projects:
- FlyInn (a multi-modal app to manage a large array of embedded devices),
- Corridor Navigation (an app to provide multi-path navigation suggestions), and
- Adrenaline (an app for the motorbiking community to connect and share.
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Today, at FOSSC 2019 in Muscat, Oman, I gave a talk about the benefits of sponsoring open source software development to about anyone who isn’t the software vendor whose product is getting replaced by that open source software. These are the slides. I will be repeating the same message at the German Forschungsgipfel in March. Also, here is a slideshare version:
Update 2019-01-30: The talk slides and a video recording (local copy) are available now.
I got invited and will be presenting a talk in the colloquium of the computer science department at the University of Hamburg tomorrow, January 28th, 2019, at 17:00 Uhr. The talk topic are the innovations of open source and I will present a broad-brush account of open source as well as the industry problems and research challenges it poses. The talk is open to the public. Hope to see you there!
Thank you, Patrick Kua @patkua of N26, for teaching us! And thank you, IAV DigiLab Berlin, for hosting us!
Inner sourcing is the use of open source best practices within companies to improve engineering productivity. In 2006, I introduced inner source to SAP. After becoming a professor, my group helped further companies introduce inner source to their engineering organizations. Using three generations of projects, we report about our experiences and how we are turning those into a practical handbook for inner source governance.
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Almost all software products today incorporate open source software either directly or through software supply chains, but many companies are not properly governing their use of open source, incurring potential risks. Since 2016, I have been researching industry best practices and processes around open source governance, focusing on software supply chains. I have interviewed 20+ experts from industry-leading companies to derive their best practices. We are currently implementing some of these best practices at three companies that serve as case studies for our research. In this talk I will cover the results of our study and share some best practices with you.
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Post-talk update: The talk slides are now available.
We will host an industry talk on “Scaling Scrum” in AMOS, our agile methods course. The talk is free and open to the public.
- by: Munir Mahrufi and Sahar Khaksar, Deloitte Consulting GmbH
- about: Scaled Agile to Support the “Digital Transformation” in the Financial Services Industry
- on: January 31st, 2019, 10:15 Uhr
- at: IAV DigiLab, Hallerstr. 6, 1. OG, Berlin (Charlottenburg)
- as part of: AMOS speaker series
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