Open Source Development Model

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Open Source Development Model

ENG-103

The Open Source Development Model course is designed for Executives, developers new to open source methodologies, SCRUM masters, and team leaders.
In this course, we will teach the good, the bad, and the ugly of Open Source development. We will discuss what is Open Source, how to make it your best friend, how to avoid making it your worst enemy, and how to properly apply industry standard Open Source development in your organization culture.

Course Topics

Introduction to Free and Open Source Software:
Difference between open source development methodologies and traditional proprietary software development, upstream, downstream, sidestream.

Open source implementation:
How to jump start and apply Open-Source processes within your organization, how to keep your IP, managing proprietary code.

Open source development best practices:
• Keeping it legal
• Keeping it reviewed (git, gerrit, repo)
• Automating the process cycle (Jenkins, CI)

Open Source project conventions by example:
• The Android Open Source Project
• The Linux Kernel

Detailed Course Outline
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