Microsoft has a strong open-source program that encourages contribution, respects license obligations, and allows engineers to use open source with ease, work in the open, release projects, and be secure.
Today, it’s not uncommon that we use over 150,000 open-source components each month while building products and services.
Relentless automation, engineering system innovation, and making it easy for our developers to “fall into the pit of success” have been key to using open source at enterprise-scale.
Here are just a few of the ways that we’ve built a strong open-source program. We’re sharing our process in hopes it helps others be more successful in open source too.
Session 22: GENEDGE
Tuesday September 13, 2022 – 12-1:00p EST
Led by Anthony (Tony) Cerilli, Vice President of Operations at GENEDGE
GENEDGE is Virginia’s only manufacturing and economic development organization partnered with the Manufacturing Extension Partnership, ™ a public-private partnership that empowers small and medium-sized manufacturers to grow and thrive through educational resources, industry connections, and best practices.
GENEDGE values collaboration and is grateful for the ongoing support and results achieved because of our strong relationships established with key allies and partners throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Watch the video: https://youtu.be/clDCNxrlBjg
Tech Tuesdays are a series of 1-hour max Zoom sessions live, with chat Q&A. To see the month-by-month lineup, visit: http://bit.ly/HRICtechtuesdays. The next event coming up will be:
Session 12: Techstars in Hampton Roads
Oct 12, 2021, 12-1pm EST
Techstars is an investment company that offers accelerators and investing for early-stage companies. The company has accepted over 2,500 portfolio companies with a combined market capitalization of $52.2bn USD. Fewer than 1% of applicants are accepted into Techstars accelerators, however, 85% of Techstars’ accelerator graduates are either in business or have had a successful exit after 5 years.
A strong startup ecosystem with the right resources and support produces better entrepreneurial outcomes, creating an engine for innovation, growth, and job creation. In partnership with GO Virginia, 757 Accelerate, and 757 Angels, Techstars will provide support to build and strengthen the Hampton Roads startup community and introduce more Hampton Roads companies into the Techstars pipeline. The objectives of this engagement are to assess the current state of entrepreneurship in the Hampton Roads region, drive more engagement between and around local founders, and to nurture a larger, self-sustaining, resilient, and inclusive environment for entrepreneurs.
An open Q&A session will be available to ensure that everyone understands the opportunities brought by VEDP.
Zoom log-in details will be emailed out to registrants in advance of the session.
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We hope that you can join us to learn more about this very important industry direction.
View program at: https://youtu.be/Ia55zLVeLhw