Open source has become mainstream, and Fortune 500 companies are trying to figure out how to fully engage with the community. As evidenced by the growing number of open source program offices, advances in tools and starter kits have made it easy to get started. However, large enterprise struggle to scale their program to support their open source ambitions.
Jag Gadiyaram explains how Capital One overcame challenges to build out a scalable program office.
This session is sponsored by Capital One.
Jag Gadiyaram is the head of Capital One’s Open Source Office, where he focuses on making a positive impact on both Capital One developers and the external open source community through structured adoption, contribution, and release of open source software. Jag is a seasoned technology executive with deep financial services expertise, broad technology knowledge, and a drive for using the power of tech to solve business problems. In his nearly 20 years with Capital One, he’s developed numerous compelling technology strategies while being consistently guided by a belief in building great teams and communities with supporting processes to objectively achieve goals.
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