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Books

Getting Started With InnerSource

InnerSource, the powerful movement for developing open source software within the walls of a single organization, where the “openness” of a project extends across teams inside the company. Author Andy Oram takes you inside InnerSource, first by reviewing the principles that make open source development successful, and then by describing how InnerSource has worked at PayPal.

Understanding the InnerSource Checklist

Author Silona Bonewald explains how the InnerSource initiative can help your company develop software internally by applying lessons from the open source movement. A checklist guides you through various steps needed to produce software using the InnerSource approach, whether it’s company wide or just for one team.

Managing InnerSource Projects

How to manage InnerSource projects? In this book Daniel Izquierdo & José Manrique López explain basic infrastructure as well as metrics that are helpful when introducing InnerSource methodologies into an enterprise.

Adopting InnerSource

Danese Cooper and Klaas-Jan Stol present a series of case studies at a range of companies to show when and why InnerSource may be useful to your organization. The case studies candidly discuss the difficulties of getting InnerSource projects started, along with the progress so far and the benefits or negative fallout.

InnerSource Patterns

A Pattern - That’s what we call InnerSource best practices codified in a specific format to make it easy to understand, evaluate, and apply them in your context. This book contains the most mature patterns, collected by the InnerSource Commons Community.