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Why you should open-source parts of your technology stack

Developing software infrastructure that doesn't add business differentiation as open-source is faster, more cost-efficient, and leads to better results than keeping it proprietary. It also allows more focus on business-critical software.The physical world that we live in defines our paradigms, how we think about bus ...

by Kevin Goslar

Monorepos make inner-source come to life

Part 1 of this blog series made large organizations agile and efficient by developing business capabilities through empowered, vertically integrated teams and tech stacks of manageable size. Part 2 uses inner-source to boost collaboration and the collective IQ of the organization. In part 3 here, we use a mono-repos ...

by Kevin Goslar

Supercharge your company’s internal collaboration with inner-source

In part 1 of this blog series, we made large organizations agile and efficient by developing business capabilities through vertically integrated teams and tech stacks of manageable size. Doing so reduces dependency gridlock, meeting time, and increases the agility and efficiency of the business. A challenge with thi ...

by Kevin Goslar

Build micro-organizations, not just micro-services

TLDR: Often overlooked in discussions of micro-services are their positive effects on the human organization. Following Conway's Law, micro-services are a modular, vertically integrated technical architecture matching a loosely coupled, vertically integrated human organization structure. Both together enable efficie ...

by Kevin Goslar