Capital One, Senior Director of Software Engineering
July 20th, 2017 | 23 mins 34 secs
application frameworks, capital one, community building, open source, open source software, programming
There’s an unstated implication of the whole ethic of open source software: it’s intended to be shared by a broader community. Not all software an organization may utilize, should be shared outside its own boundaries — physical or virtual. But does the existence of protections and safeguards for proprietary services necessarily remove any opportunity there may be for applying some kind of development community ethic, simply among those to whom this protected software does apply?