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From open source software to open source organization – Part 2: Decentralized Computing and Open Source Organization

Previously, I talked about why I think open and closed source are like Yin and Yang, they balance with each other in the long run. And as of today, open source needs to come back. Decentralized Computing Recognizing that cloud computing paradigm has given closed source platform competitive advantage over the open source ones, in order Read more about From open source software to open source organization – Part 2: Decentralized Computing and Open Source Organization[…]

From open source software to open source organization – Part 1: Yin and Yang

The best description of what open source philosophy is comes from opensource.com : “Open source projects, products, or initiatives embrace and celebrate principles of open exchange, collaborative participation, rapid prototyping, transparency, meritocracy, and community-oriented development.” It is necessary to point out first that, there is no innate superiority in open source philosophy, instead its quality Read more about From open source software to open source organization – Part 1: Yin and Yang[…]

From open source software to open source organization – Overview

The success of the free and open source software movement – accentuated by the proliferation of the Linux ecosystem, the open source software driven Web 2.0 and the change of attitude and policies towards open source software from the once opponent Microsoft – certainly has surprised a lot of pundits of the software industry. However Read more about From open source software to open source organization – Overview[…]

#clbfest2018: Blockchain Computing vs. Traditional Computing

This is the recording of the presentation I made at the #clbfest2018 (2018 Computational Law & Blockchain Global Festival). The topic was: Blockchain Computing vs. Traditional Computing. The highlights: Blockchain is a computing platform. Blockchain makes ideology as a service possible, due to its nature of being decentralized and capability of doing trustless computing.