How distributed teams and developers drive open source development

Learn about what tools developers are using to work together to create open source community projects with software consultant Daniel Bryant.

More and more software technologies are being built using distributed teams and leveraging the goodwill of developers who want to give back to the community by working on an open source development project. In this video, TheServerSide's Cameron McKenzie speaks with Daniel Bryant, a software development consultant at Tai-Dev Ltd, about open source development, how the OpenJDK community manages to meet deadlines and maintaining quality in a project dominated by voluntary social coders.

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