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Why Open Source Matters in Financial Technology – Angel Diaz of Discover

Click image to read. It’s easy to assume that financial technology is built in radically different ways than in other industries, especially in the open. That’s certainly true … and it isn’t.

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    Why Open Source Matters in Financial Technology – Angel Diaz of Discover

    Click image to read. It’s easy to assume that financial technology is built in radically different ways than in other industries, especially in the open. That’s certainly true … and it isn’t.

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    Open Source ROI: Metrics to consider value – Jim St. Clair

    Click image to read. 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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    Certifications, Beta-testers & Subject Matter Experts – Rob Moffat

    Click image to read. 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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    Open Source Readiness – Information Archive – Rob Moffat

    Click image to read the blog post. 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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    Open Source Readiness – Training, Testing & Tools – Jim St. Clair

    As we have outlined in our previous blogs, it’s been exciting to see how much work already exists in other collaborative efforts. Here within the Linux Foundation, we have our FINOS’ Open Source Readiness project, and the TODO group, which are joined by the OSPO Alliance, OSPO++, and a multitude of organizations with their own open source programs. As noted last year, there has been an ongoing evolution in the open source programs in various industries, so the time seems right to harmonize these ideas to help define and benchmark open source efforts. As we mentioned before, FINOS is committed to building on what these groups have developed to begin synthesizing a Body of Knowledge and Maturity Model for organizations to leverage for adopting and contributing to open source.

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    Open Source Readiness – Bringing it All Together – Jim St. Clair

    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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    FDC3 Highlights at OSFF NYC – Rob Moffat

    As we finally reach the end of January, FINOS are focusing on FDC3 plans for this year. And that’ll be the subject of the next blog article. But before that, I'd like to just look back to December 2022 and reflect on the amazing Open Source in Finance Forum FDC3 had in New York.

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    Open Source Readiness – Body of Knowledge – Rob Moffat

    This year at FINOS I am going to be 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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    Open Source Readiness – Maturity Levels – Rob Moffat

    This year at FINOS I am going to be 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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    Open Source Maturity Model Launch – James McLeod 7 December 2022

    Click to read about the Open Source Maturity Model launch

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    Click image to read. It’s easy to assume that financial technology is built in radically different ways than in other industries, especially in the open. That’s certainly true … and it isn’t.

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    Click image to read. 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".

    LINK

    Click image to read. 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".

    LINK

    Click image to read the blog post. 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".

    LINK

    As we have outlined in our previous blogs, it’s been exciting to see how much work already exists in other collaborative efforts. Here within the Linux Foundation, we have our FINOS’ Open Source Readiness project, and the TODO group, which are joined by the OSPO Alliance, OSPO++, and a multitude of organizations with their own open source programs. As noted last year, there has been an ongoing evolution in the open source programs in various industries, so the time seems right to harmonize these ideas to help define and benchmark open source efforts. As we mentioned before, FINOS is committed to building on what these groups have developed to begin synthesizing a Body of Knowledge and Maturity Model for organizations to leverage for adopting and contributing to open source.

    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".

    LINK

    As we finally reach the end of January, FINOS are focusing on FDC3 plans for this year. And that’ll be the subject of the next blog article. But before that, I'd like to just look back to December 2022 and reflect on the amazing Open Source in Finance Forum FDC3 had in New York.

    LINK

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

    LINK

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

    LINK

    Click to read about the Open Source Maturity Model launch