Editor’s Note: this is a guest post from Johannes Landgraf, who founded O4B, the first conference on European commercial open source.) When it comes to commercial open source, Europe is home to powerful, largely untapped potential that can transform the way corporations deploy & teams build technology. Almost all successful companies that have demonstrated significant […]
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Powered by Syone and supported by Caixa Mágica, Open Source Lisbon is the biggest Open Source event in Portugal, that gives attendees the opportunity to hear about several Success Cases, innovative applications of Open Source Technologies and the new mindset behind these initiatives. Open Source Lisbon is the biggest Open Source event in Portugal, and […]
Big data, has been called by some to be the “new oil“. While others challenge that association, it is abundantly clear that innovations that harness the power of big data have an incredible opportunity to build some of the most exciting technologies of tomorrow. OpenOcean VC is a European investor working to propel companies in […]
Choosing the right type of investment is one of the most integral decisions one will make as an early-stage founder. If that decision involves taking on external funding, identifying the right firm to come along on your startup journey is critical. Here, we’re asking European investors to share a little bit about themselves, to make choosing […]
The recent news about Microsoft acquiring GitHub for $7.5 billion has resulted in quite some dismay on the software developers’ side. Although it’s not likely that GitHub will suffer the same fate as Skype, which is borderline unusable these days, a lot of people seem to have migrated, or at least backed up their data […]
Making unreliable file uploads a thing of the past. That’s the goal for the ‘tus’ open source protocol, developed by Berlin-based Transloadit. And Vimeo, one of the largest video sharing sites on the Web, is on board.