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  • June 24, 2015 - Sanjeev BA and Guy Martin

    Open Source + Academia: The Stanford CS210 Story

    The archer learns when he forgets all about the rules of the way of the bow and goes on to act entirely on instinct. In order, though, to be able to forget the rules, it is necessary to respect them and to know them. — Paul O. Coelho – The Way of the Bow This quote aptly applies to students making the transition from academia to the corporate world, as they get ready to apply their skills and knowledge to meet the ever-changing demands of businesses. The Linux Foundation has observed that these businesses are increasingly depending on open source. The academic community contributes a lot in terms of code, documentation, and research to open source projects and helps bring forward core innovations for mainstream adoption. In recent years, encouraging students to contribute to open source projects has increasingly been adopted as one of the best ways to prepare them for their careers ahead.  It also […]

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