Open Source Strategy Forum 2017 Slides Now Available

We’ve received lots of requests for slides from the terrific presentations at the 2017 Open Source Strategy Forum. We’re happy to make these available, with a big thanks to our speakers for agreeing to share them.

Below are the presentations we have so far – we’ll update the list as we receive more. We’ll also have video available for the keynote presentations soon and we’ll post links to the videos here once we do.

Jono Bacon, Jono Bacon Consulting: Open Source Community: Smart Incentivization (not available at the moment)

Amber Baldet, JP Morgan: How Blockchain is Becoming an Open Source Success Story at J.P. Morgan

Kevin Barresi, FinTech Studios: Open Web Widgets: Enabling Faster Open API Integration

Azi Cohen, WhiteSource: Use DevOps To Shift Left Your Application Security

Justin Colannino, Wolf Greenfield: Protecting Freedom: Patents & Open Source Strategy

Gab Columbro, Symphony Software Foundation: Welcome & Keynote

Karen Copenhaver, Chaote Hall & Stewart LLP: Enlightened Self Interest – Why and How Companies Collaborate to Build and Maintain Essential Infrastructure

Mike Filosa, GitHub: Intro to Git & GitHub
*GitHub is creating a re-enactment of the workshop now, which will be posted shortly. In the meantime the following links are being made available..
Instructing users on making contributions to Open Source: https://opensource.guide/how-to-contribute/
Hands-on tutorials at: https://services.github.com/on-demand/

Ibrahim Haddad, Samsung Research America: Implementing and Managing an Open Source Compliance Program: A Crash Course

Andrew Hall, The Hall Law Firm: Open Source Licensing Fundamentals for Financial Services

Brian Gracely, Red Hat: Open Source Sparks Innovation

Jim Jagielski, Capital One/Apache Software Foundation: Innersourcing 101

Jamie Jones, GitHub: Extending GitHub to Meet your Open Source Policy

Evan Klein, Blackduck Software: Security in the Age of Open Source

Dan Kohn, The Linux Foundation: How Financial Services Can Migrate to the Public, Private or Hybrid Cloud with Kubernetes (not available at the moment)

Jeff Luszcz, Flexera Software: Managing the Software Supply Chain: Policies that Promote Innovation While Optimizing Security and Compliance

Joe McCann, NodeSource: The Cost of Free Software: How to Manage Risk in an Open Source World

Heather Meeker, O’Melveny & Myers: Contributing to Open Source Projects: Standards in Financial Services

Peter Monks, Symphony Software Foundation: Open Source in Action: Building the Open Source Developer Platform with openShift and WhiteSource

Diane Mueller, Red Hat: Open Source in Action: Building the Open Source Developer Platform with openShift and WhiteSource

Stephen O’Grady, RedMonk: The Open Source Forecast is Cloudy

Donald Raab, BNY Mellon: They Can’t Hear You on Mute

Mohammad Rezaei, Goldman Sachs: Financial Services Open Source Participation

Cynthia Rich, GitHub: Intro to Git & GitHub
*GitHub is creating a re-enactment of the workshop now, which will be posted shortly. In the meantime the following links are being made available..
Instructing users on making contributions to Open Source: https://opensource.guide/how-to-contribute/
Hands-on tutorials at: https://services.github.com/on-demand/

Nithya Ruff, Comcast: Comcast’s Journey & Transformation to Open Source

Ed Russavage, Wolf Greenfield: Protecting Freedom: Patents & Open Source Strategy

Ken Seddon, LOT Network: Protecting the Financial Services Industry from (Open Source) Patent Trolls

John Stecher, Barclays: Leveraging Open Source and Innovation Labs in Financial Services

David Robinson, StackExchange: The Case for Open Source – Follow the Data

James Vasile, Open Tech Strategies: Maximum Impact from Minimal Open Source Management

Yogesh Wagle, Deutsche Bank: The Plexus Project – Deutsche Bank
Paul Walker, Technologist & Philanthropist: The Case for Open Source Software, Revisited (video)

whurley, Goldman Sachs: Quantum Computing, Open Source and the Future of the Financial Services Industry

Nick Williams, Morgan Stanley: Open Source in the Enterprise

Gil Yehuda, Oath: Open Source Horror Stories (and lessons learned)