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IBM’s Jeffrey Borek on the 4 Waves of Open Source

Open source software (OSS) has evolved over the last 20 years through four waves of evolution. It has grown from individual use and development to adoption by hyperscale companies like Amazon, Meta, and eBay. After IBM

Designing Math Intrinsics for LFortran (Part 2)

The open source community is filled with brilliant minds working on projects that touch our lives. It’s an honor to be a part of innovation at this scale and to meet individuals blazing the trail daily.

Designing Math Intrinsics for LFortran (Part 1)

The open source community is filled with brilliant minds working on projects that touch our lives. It’s an honor to be a part of innovation at this scale and to meet individuals blazing the trail daily. One such example is that of open source enthusiast and up-and-comer, Thirumalai Shaktivel.

Currently a college senior studying computer science in Bangalore, India, Thirumalai contributes to open source projects such as LFortran and Vitess. Check out his recent two-part guest post series that investigates how to design and implement math functions to be used in any compiler.

IBM’s Jeffrey Borek on the 4 Waves of Open Source

Open source software (OSS) has evolved over the last 20 years through four waves of evolution. It has grown from individual use and development to adoption by hyperscale companies like Amazon, Meta, and eBay. After IBM

Designing Math Intrinsics for LFortran (Part 2)

The open source community is filled with brilliant minds working on projects that touch our lives. It’s an honor to be a part of innovation at this scale and to meet individuals blazing the trail daily.

Designing Math Intrinsics for LFortran (Part 1)

The open source community is filled with brilliant minds working on projects that touch our lives. It’s an honor to be a part of innovation at this scale and to meet individuals blazing the trail daily. One such example is that of open source enthusiast and up-and-comer, Thirumalai Shaktivel.

Currently a college senior studying computer science in Bangalore, India, Thirumalai contributes to open source projects such as LFortran and Vitess. Check out his recent two-part guest post series that investigates how to design and implement math functions to be used in any compiler.

IBM’s Jeffrey Borek on the 4 Waves of Open Source

Open source software (OSS) has evolved over the last 20 years through four waves of evolution. It has grown from individual use and development to adoption by hyperscale companies like Amazon, Meta, and eBay. After IBM

Designing Math Intrinsics for LFortran (Part 2)

The open source community is filled with brilliant minds working on projects that touch our lives. It’s an honor to be a part of innovation at this scale and to meet individuals blazing the trail daily.

Designing Math Intrinsics for LFortran (Part 1)

The open source community is filled with brilliant minds working on projects that touch our lives. It’s an honor to be a part of innovation at this scale and to meet individuals blazing the trail daily. One such example is that of open source enthusiast and up-and-comer, Thirumalai Shaktivel.

Currently a college senior studying computer science in Bangalore, India, Thirumalai contributes to open source projects such as LFortran and Vitess. Check out his recent two-part guest post series that investigates how to design and implement math functions to be used in any compiler.

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