Tony Bailetti, “Open Source Maturity Curve and Ecosystems Interactions: Lessons Learned” (MP3 audio), Eclipse Summit Europe, 2009/10/27

The adoption of open source by companies doesn’t occur overnight.

In this podcast, Ian Skerrett from the Eclipse Foundation talks to Tony about the stages of the open source maturity curve and why organizations benefit from tapping into ecosystems.

Tony Bailetti is the Director of Ontario’s Talent First Network and the Executive Director of Coral CEA. He holds a tenured faculty appointment in both the Eric Sprott School of Business and the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering at Carleton University. Tony is one of the keynote speakers at Eclipse Summit Europe 2009 and will speak on Open Source Maturity Curve and Ecosystems Interactions – Lessons Learned .

Podcast with Eclipse Summit Europe Keynote Tony Bailetti of Carleton University | Eclipse Live

[MP3 audio]

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