Gabriele Columbro

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A Brave New World for Open Source and Financial Services

 Last month, we at the Symphony Software Foundation, were proud to host the Open Source Strategy Forum in New York City. We were joined by over 300 industry professionals from financial services, financial technology, open source, and beyond. With keynotes delivered by whurley (Goldman Sachs), Amber Baldet (J.P. Morgan), John Stecher (Barclays), Nithya Ruff (Comcast), Joe McCann (NodeSource), Jim Jagielski (CapitalOne), and others, complete with 30+ talks, it was an incredibly valuable day of content and networking. But most importantly we built the identity of a new Community, one that will drive open innovation in the industry. Thanks to all of you who joined us there.

Announcing Three Major Contributions to the Foundation!

As the momentum continues building in our community, we are proud to announce three new major contributions to the Symphony Software Foundation.

2017 Annual Members Meeting Round-Up

Last month, The Foundation held its 2017 Annual Members Meeting. With over 50 people in the room, this was our most successful meeting to date. More importantly, we saw the community actively come together to interact, build bridges and unleash the true value of open collaboration.

Symphony’s Minuet is now open sourced!

Today marks an important milestone in the life of the Foundation.

The Growing Family of the Symphony Software Foundation

It was only 3 months ago when we started this journey to bring Open Innovation to the messaging & collaboration ecosystem around the Symphony platform.

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