Simon Law speaks on Ubuntu quality assurance

Simon Law, head of the Quality Assurance department at Ubuntu, has given a talk to the UW Computer Science Club.

In the talk, Simon explains how Ubuntu is better able to respond to user request and bugs than traditional software companies, and how Ubuntu is taking advantage of the open-source model. Particularly interesting are Simon’s views on what motivates open-source developers to produce software, and how open-source oriented businesses (specifically Ubuntu’s Canonical) are making money.

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