Very often when discussing whether or not to go open source, you hear concerns about loss of business, inconvenient transparency, and the loss of control. Christian Grail explains how he convinced his managers—from two different projects—to go open source. Based on his experience, Christian offers guidance on how you can address concerns about open source and convince your manager to go open source too.
Key questions and concerns include:
Christian Grail is a development architect at SAP in Palo Alto, CA, working in the User Experience and Design team, where he helps to dramatically improve the appearance and usability of enterprise applications. Christian loves working with Angular, SAP UI5, and Node.js and is evangelizing agile development methods like test-driven development, pair programming, and code reviews.
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