Marilyn de Villiers

Open source code worth $600m contributed to Apache

10 hours ago

Code valued at over $600 million was delivered by volunteer project contributors to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) in a single 12-month period.

Open source adoption key to fintech sufes: FINOS

11 hours ago

Recently established Fintech Open Source Foundation is seeking contributions that would solve the unique challenges fintech developers face.

Resolve PMO conflicts for project success

11 hours ago

There are several conflicting forces that shape project management offices.

Time to rethink organisational design

Slow, rigid companies will never thrive in a talent-scarce, customer-led, robot-enabled market, says Forrester Research.

Warning signs that your PMO could fail

There's a gap between what the Project Management Office actually does and what the business believes it should be doing, says Gen2 Group.

Open source plays vital role in scientific advances

Researchers from Chile relied on open source software and hardware when they developed a low-cost fluorescent imaging system.

IOT devices targeted by hackers

2 Jul

Hackers are increasingly exploiting known vulnerabilities in software to access data via IOT devices, warns the latest OSSRA report.

Using the beekeeper analogy to explain OS innovation

The millions of open source developers around the world can be likened to bees building a beehive, says Obsidian's Muggie van Staden.

PMI SA calls for 2019 Summit submissions

The summit will examine the role projects and project management are playing and can play in the transformation of SA's economy and society.

Cloud-native BPM solution launched by Red Hat

Red Hat Process Automation Manager is a cloud-native platform for developing applications that automate business decisions and processes.

Market value of open source skills on the up

There's a global shortage of open source skills and company are willing to pay a premium for them, according to The Linux Foundation annual job report.

Is the IOT bubble about to burst?

Jun 14, 2018

The IOT industry could be heading for a crash that would weed out many 'irrelevant' IOT solutions, says Nico Steyn, IOT.nxt CEO.