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Lots of businesses today are experimenting with open source, both by maintaining open source projects and also by internalizing open source workflows. However, adopting open source tools in a business context often presents a steep learning curve. Implementation isn’t always straightforward, and cultural changes can sometimes be long-term and tedious.
On Wednesday, May 28, 2014, we’ve invited a set of speakers to GitHub HQ to talk more about this topic for our first ever public Town Hall, moderated by Eric Knorr, Editor In Chief of InfoWorld. Join us to hear more about how open source is evolving inside companies from:
- Chris Aniszczyk, Twitter
- Kurt Chase, Autodesk
- Dominik Tornow, SAP
- Nate McWherter, GE
- When: Wednesday, May 28, 5-9 pm
- Where: GitHub HQ, 88 Colin P Kelly Jr. Street, San Francisco CA
- Space Limited: Please RSVP
Update: If you’re not able to attend the Town Hall in person, we will have a live stream available. We’ll share the link here and on Twitter next week before the event starts.