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Zynga, the US-based company creating ripples in the gaming industry with FarmVille, Mafia Wars, etc, is a game changer in the gaming world. Recently they decided to explore new soil by opening an office in India and are betting big on open source technology to meet their future aspirations. Shan Kadavil, country manager, Zynga (India), talks to Vanisha Joseph about open source technology as a tremendous opportunity for developers.
Castle Rock Research India is a part of Castle Rock Research Corporation, a premier educational resource development company headquartered in Edmonton, Canada, offering print and digital educational resources in K-12 and higher education market. With a strength of 70+ innovators and two outstanding R&D centers in India – Bangalore and Kolkata – they are now launching a series of path breaking products mainly in open source domain. Vishwas Maudgal, CEO, Castle Rock Research India, talks to Vanisha Joseph about the pearl and thorns in open source domain for companies and developers.
KPIT Cummins is a leading global IT Consulting organisation that caters to implementation of enterprise-wide solutions in the automotive, industrial and other segments. A few years back they shook hands with open source technology. Shirish Patwardhan, CTO and chief architect, KPIT Cummins, throws light on the growing market for FOSS solutions and the opportunity it brings along for the Indian FOSS community and industry players like KPIT during his discussion with Vanisha Joseph.
Xebia, an IT company working extensively on enterprise Java technology and agile software development, has been betting big on open source technology like JBoss in recent times. Anurag Shrivastava, head of Xebia India operations, talks to Vanisha Joseph about open source being the next big thing to watch out for by any developer/IT company.