The National Security Agency (NSA) uses a lot of open source software, but it’s traditionally been a challenge for developers to navigate the processes, policy, and mechanics of contributing back to the community. Jacob DePriest explains how a group of open source evangelists are trying to strengthen the open source software ecosystem at the NSA and make it a normal part of developers’ jobs.
Table of contents
- Title: How the NSA uses Open source
- Release date: September 2019
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 0636920460176
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