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This year at FINOS we are focusing on one of FINOS' key existing projects: Open Source Readiness. This is FINOS' term for helping the finance industry "do open source properly".

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    This year at FINOS we are focusing on one of FINOS' key existing projects: Open Source Readiness. This is FINOS' term for helping the finance industry "do open source properly".

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    This year at FINOS we are focusing on one of FINOS' key existing projects: Open Source Readiness. This is FINOS' term for helping the finance industry "do open source properly".

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    This year at FINOS we are focusing on one of FINOS' key existing projects: Open Source Readiness. This is FINOS' term for helping the finance industry "do open source properly". It’s been all-go in the world of Open Source Readiness again this week. This week let's focus on learning paths!

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    Preparation for OSFF & Big Boost Mondays NYC

    Preparation for OSFF & Big Boost Mondays NYC
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    This year at FINOS we are focusing on one of FINOS' key existing projects: Open Source Readiness. This is FINOS' term for helping the finance industry "do open source properly".

    Collaborate, Don't Fork - Peter Smulovics

    Collaborate, Don't Fork - Peter Smulovics
    LINK

    The concept of forking has become synonymous with branching out independently on a project. While forking serves its purpose in certain scenarios, it's essential to recognize when it may not be the most effective approach. Now, we'll explore the benefits of active innersourcing and why developers should consider collaboration before taking the fork in the road.

    Blog: Unlocking the Future of Finance IT

    Blog: Unlocking the Future of Finance IT

    Unlocking the Future of Finance IT: Discover key insights from The 2023 Open Source in Financial Services Report, highlighting the growing importance of open source, the rise of Open Source Program Offices, and actionable insights for organizations in the financial sector.

    Post-OSFF Announcements #2 - Rob Moffat

    Post-OSFF Announcements #2 - Rob Moffat
    LINK

    Read our Open Source Readiness weekly update

    Congratulations to the FINOS Community Award Winners 2023

    Congratulations to the FINOS Community Award Winners 2023

    During our recent Open Source in Finance Forum, we had the opportunity to recognize many of the incredible individuals and companies making significant contributions and creating a positive impact in open source in financial services. We're extremely grateful for all of their work, along with so many others, and want to give them another shout out in this post!

    Open Source Readiness – Weekly Update – 8 November 2023

    Open Source Readiness – Weekly Update – 8 November 2023
    LINK

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last couple of weeks, you should be aware of the OSFF conference that happened on the 1st November in grand style in the Marriott Marquis hotel in New York. Open Source Readiness was featured heavily not only in the keynotes and at our project table (thanks to Brittany Istenes, Cara Delia and Mimi Flynn for their staffing duties) but also in the press release on the state of open source in financial services.

    5 Lessons for Organizations Starting Their Open Source Contribution Journeys - Andy Smith, Discover

    5 Lessons for Organizations Starting Their Open Source Contribution Journeys - Andy Smith, Discover
    LINK

    While Discover® Financial Services has a long history of using open source, in 2021, I joined Discover to formally drive the open source strategy. I have spent the past year listening to our business units, collaborating with our legal team, and working within our developer community to develop a framework for open source contribution. The blog post shares some of the fundamental principles I’ve learned that can help organizations that are charting their open source contribution path for the first time.

    Optimizing Cloud Efficiency for FinServ Enterprises with FinOps – Shua Shim & Andrew Nhem, Discover

    Optimizing Cloud Efficiency for FinServ Enterprises with FinOps – Shua Shim & Andrew Nhem, Discover
    LINK

    In the dynamic landscape of the financial services industry, cloud technologies have become the catalyst of innovation for enterprises. However, optimizing cloud resources and managing costs in a highly regulated environment poses unique challenges.

    LF Course & FSOSD Exam - Rob Moffat

    LF Course & FSOSD Exam - Rob Moffat
    LINK

    This year at FINOS we are focusing on one of FINOS' key existing projects: Open Source Readiness. This is FINOS' term for helping the finance industry "do open source properly".

    Open Source Readiness Exam & OSFF Reminder - Peter Smulovics

    Open Source Readiness Exam & OSFF Reminder - Peter Smulovics
    LINK

    This year at FINOS we are focusing on one of FINOS' key existing projects: Open Source Readiness. This is FINOS' term for helping the finance industry "do open source properly".

    Supply Chain Security - Rob Moffat

    Supply Chain Security - Rob Moffat
    LINK

    This year at FINOS we are focusing on one of FINOS' key existing projects: Open Source Readiness. This is FINOS' term for helping the finance industry "do open source properly". It’s been all-go in the world of Open Source Readiness again this week. This week, let’s talk about Supply Chain Security.

    Learning Paths - Rob Moffat

    Learning Paths - Rob Moffat
    LINK

    This year at FINOS we are focusing on one of FINOS' key existing projects: Open Source Readiness. This is FINOS' term for helping the finance industry "do open source properly". It’s been all-go in the world of Open Source Readiness again this week. This week let's focus on learning paths!

    Just Launched: Introduction to FDC3 (LFEL1000)

    Just Launched: Introduction to FDC3 (LFEL1000)
    LINK

    Linux Foundation Training & Certification today launched a free, Express Learning course introducing FDC3, the key interoperability standard for the financial industry. Entitled Introduction to FDC3 (LFEL1000), the course is designed to help business technologists and developers apply FDC3 Standards for smoother transfer of relevant data between different applications, reduce downtime and errors, increase efficiency as well as enhance the user experience.