Entries in the 'About Open Source Strategies' Category

Looking for Java/OSGI, Javascript/CSS/HTML5, and MongoDb Developers

We’re looking for developers who’d like to work with on server-side OSGi Java, client-side Javascript/CSS/HTML5, and MongoDB database back end applications.  (See opentaps 2 framework.)

If this sounds like as much fun to you as it does to us, please contact us right away!  We’re really flexible and can accommodate part-time or full-time, remote or on-site.

Open Source and the Future of Small Businesses

My friend Phil Simon is writing an interesting book called “The New Small” about how today small businesses are taking advantage of emerging technologies. We started talking about how open source software is affecting small businesses.  I realized that open source has made a fundamental shift in the relationship between technology and small businesses.  Instead of being a tool of large enterprises, technology is helping today’s small businesses leapfrog passed their larger competitors, thanks to open source software.

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Hello, World

Four years ago, we set out to make open source enterprise software a reality. Today, opentaps Open Source ERP + CRM has realized those early hopes. Now we’re preparing for the next step of the journey, and it was also time for a new website.

I didn’t want a slick new site full of buzzwords and logos. What I we wanted was an ongoing dialog with you. About us. About the open source software that we develop. And finally, about what it’s like to be an open source software company. That’s why we’ve set it up as an ongoing blog. I hope you’ll check back regularly or use the RSS feed to stay in touch.