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Apparently, Harvard Business thinks Open Source Bridge is a really good idea, too

Even when you’re pretty darn sure you’re going about things the right way, it’s always nice to have some positive reinforcement. Especially when it’s Harvard telling you that you’re smart. Harvard Business just posted a piece bemoaning the state of the modern conferences and suggesting some ways to improve them. We couldn’t agree more. And […]

Open Source Bridge hacker lounge: Make your time

Of the many, many cool things happening at Open Source Bridge, we have to admit: the hacker lounge is one of our favorites. We can’t wait to see what this group of open source citizens create with unlimited 24-hour access to hacking space. If you’re as excited as we are to get to hacking, we’d […]

Open source conference prerequisite #1: Space for hacking

We’ve been to any number of open source conferences. And for as much as we get out of the sessions, we always seem to get just as much—if not more—from the time spent with other developers. Whether it’s camping out in the hallway, hanging out in coffee shops, or late-night code sessions at the hotel, […]