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Open Source in Finance Forum (OSFF) London 2022 Wrap Up

In this episode of the podcast, FINOS CTO Jane Gavronsky, Senior Technical Architect Rob Moffat, and Head of Marketing Grizz Griswold do a retrospective of the most recent edition of the Open Source in Finance Forum (OSFF) London from July 2022. We talk about the keynotes, the hallway track, roundtables, and key takeaways from the event.

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