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Why Developers Contribute to Vendor-Owned Open Source Projects
23 December, 2022
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The Art of Community: Why Developers Contribute to Vendor-Owned Open Source Projects

Open source software (OSS) development is deeply ingrained in the developer culture, representing a distinct and inclusive collaborative ecosystem. In this chapter, we will explore the motivations behind vendor-owned OSS contributions through the lenses of experience, global region, and the use of Stack Overflow. 

OSS projects represent the power of community: collaborative efforts to develop code and software which positively impacts a wider audience than the individuals involved. Vendor-owned OSSprojects, e.g. TensorFlow and Visual Studio Code, combine this sense of community with financial backing from the world’s largest tech companies – a powerful combination of stability and open cooperation.

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supporting developers
21 September, 2021
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Supporting developers with our global developer surveys

Developer Nation has been supporting organisations with our developer surveys since 2019, with each organisation receiving donations of $2,000. Find out how.

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prize winners
25 February, 2020
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Congratulations to all Prize Winners: Developer Economics Q4 2019 prize draw results

We want to send a big thank you to everyone who participated in our survey and helped contribute to the developer ecosystem! It’s time to announce the full list of our prize winners for the Developer Economics survey Q4 2019 prize draws! Huge congratulations to all the winners! ? Exclusive Community Prize Draw for members […]

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