Dr. Karl Michael Popp publishes “Best practices on commercial use of open source software,” a book well suited for executives, managers and developers of software companies who make use of open source software.
Leveraging Open Source for Success in the Software Business Miami, FL, August 17, 2015 –(PR.com)– Dr. Karl Michael Popp, a seasoned expert in the software industry has published a book titled “Best practices on commercial use of open source software.” It is a desk reference for executives, managers and developers of software for open source best practices in creating open source based business models, in handling open source in the development cycle and in mergers and acquisitions.
“I am thrilled to present this singular collection of best practices for open source strategy, business models, processes and tools from numerous experts on open source in this easy-to-consume format. Everybody in the software business will profit from the hands-on knowledge presented,” says the editor Dr. Karl Michael Popp.
Covered topics are: business models based on open source, open source licenses and intellectual property strategy, handling open source software in due diligence, detection and license compliance and offerings of tool vendors for open source management, compliance and continuous updating.
The book can be purchased in all major bookshops and online bookstores (ISBN: 978-3738619096). The book appears in the “Synomic Academy” collection. Please find more information about the book on the website http://opensourcebestpractices.net, which is the main source of wisdom on managing and leveraging open source software in the software business.
Dr. Karl Michael Popp