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Your Code Isn’t Static. Your Processes Shouldn’t be Either.


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Sponsored by Flexera

Monday, May 4, 2020
1pm ET

The only thing constant is change, and change requires oversight and very possibly an overhaul of your processes to support any shifts. The open source world is not exempt. Net, your code isn’t static so your processes shouldn’t be either. 

What open source management processes should be in your team’s eyeline? How does change impact devops, integration, automation, compliance, and issue remediation? 

In this webinar with Alex Rybak, Director of Product Management at Flexera, learn more about the impact of change in the world of open source software and the processes supported by software development teams.  

Alex Rybak
Director, Product Management - Flexera
As the Director of Product Management at Flexera, Alex is responsible for all aspects of product definition, roadmap and management for Flexera’s Software Composition Analysis solutions, including both current and next generation products. He has been with Flexera (formerly Palamida) since 2006 and has worked in a number of critical roles that run the gamut from professional services, technical support, pre-sales support, solutions engineering and product management. Prior to Flexera, Alex spent 7 years at Selectica under various roles including professional services, pre-sales support and solutions engineering. He earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, Davis, and an M.B.A. from San Jose State University

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