As technology teams grow beyond offices to remote cities around the world, silos and tech debt can occur, getting in the way of streamlining tech processes and scaling software development. Meanwhile, the open source culture and practice is thriving among millions of developers who are collaborating every second testing, fixing bugs, and quickly creating more flexible technology without knowing who they’re working with.
Rashi Khurana shares best practices in applying open source methodologies internally to drive innovation and encourage reusable technology within an enterprise as well as the personnel, structural, and cultural changes necessary to set an InnerSource model up for success.
Rashi Khurana is a Vice President of Engineering at Shutterstock, where she oversees the ecommerce and contributor engineering teams. Since joining the company, Rashi’s helped lead three teams through a technology transformation, all the while managing the day-to-day operations of delivering a quality product to customers. Rashi is passionate about managing teams of engineers to deliver above expectations everyday and building resiliency into all initiatives. Previously, she spent seven years she worked at Orbitz. Hailing from India, she moved to the United States to pursue a master’s degree in information technology and management at the Illinois Institute of Technology.
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