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Matt Asay
Matt Asay

Matt is a principal at AWS and has been involved in open source and all that it enables (cloud, machine learning, data infrastructure, mobile, etc.) for nearly two decades, working for a variety of open source companies and writing regularly for InfoWorld and TechRepublic. You can follow him on Twitter (@mjasay).

Giving Container Innovation a Further Boost with Bottlerocket
How One Game Hack Turned Into the OBS Streaming Revolution
How Inkscape Built an Open Source Community with Mac and Windows Users
Magento: The Open Source Project that Reshaped E-Commerce
Flexible IO Tester: Practical Testing Tool for Developers, Creative Outlet for Its Creator
Datasette: A Developer, a Shower and a Data-Inspired Moment
How ‘Free Riders’ Make the Musl Open Source Project Grow
Wireshark: How Being Broke Inspired a Vibrant Open Source Community
How SolveSpace Is Retooling Its 3D CAD Open Source Community
You’re Addicted to Curl, You Just Didn’t Know It
GDAL: The Open Source Technology Behind Google Maps
How Drupal Became the Open Source Unicorn
Open Source Builders: Why Data Scientists Love Matplotlib
Open Source Builders: How Redis Upended the Database Market
Open Source Builders: An Inside Look
Making Security an Open Source Community Affair
Why Cloud Is Impossible without Open Source
The Open Source and Cloud Symbiosis
8,000 More Reasons to Run Open Source as a Managed Service
Why the Best Open Source Is Community-Led Open Source
Why AWS Support for FreeRTOS Is Good for Open Source