SearchDaimon Enterprise Search Goes Open-Source

ArcticStartup

Students Runar Buvik and Magnus Galåen together with Oslo Innovation Center and ICT Group formed SearchDaimon in 2005 to commercialise the technology. CTO Runar Buvik shows a brazen attitude about the move to open source.

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Lessons Learned: Great open source scalability tools from Danga

Startup Lessons Learned

Lessons Learned by Eric Ries Friday, September 5, 2008 Great open source scalability tools from Danga If you are trying to build a scalable LAMP service, its always best to start with the original and still quite relevant presentation, from Brad Fitzpatrick when he was at LiveJournal. You can find the 2005 version here. Waves of technology platforms The lean startup Customer Development Engineering Greasemonkey compiler Great open source scalability tools from Danga Ideas.

Trending Sources

Google Summer of Code: 55 million lines of code released since 2005

The Next Web

Chris DiBona, the open source and public sector engineering manager at Google, was recently interviewed by Slashdot. ” I asked some friends in Open Source, “What if I gave you some students?

Google Summer of Code 2011

crowdSPRING Blog

Since 2005, Google has led a wonderful open source program called Summer of Code. The goal of that program is to promote open source software development. Google has run this program every year since 2005, and the results are stunning.

Burnham's Beat: Software Stocks Update: October 2005

Burnham's Beat

« Internet Stock Update: October 2005 | Main. | $500M Folly: Wireless E-Mail Software Investing Peaks Just as Microsoft Brings Out The Big Guns » 11/03/2005. Software Stocks Update: October 2005. November 3, 2005 in Software , Stocks | Permalink. Open Source. Software Stocks Update: October 2005. Nov 3, 2005 8:40:41 PM. Open Source. Burnhams Beat. Articles on Technology and Finance. About Bill. Archived Posts. Blog Roll.

Burnham's Beat: Nokia Buys Intellisync: Another Elephant Joins the.

Burnham's Beat

November 16, 2005 in Wireless | Permalink. Open Source. Nov 16, 2005 10:49:58 AM. Open Source. Burnhams Beat. Articles on Technology and Finance. About Bill. Archived Posts. Blog Roll. IPO/M&A Lists. By Category. By Month. Recent Posts. Internet IPOs. Internet M&A. Software IPOs. Software M&A. Search This Blog. Subscribe to This Blog. RSS/ATOM Feed. Subscribe Via Email. « Serial Persistence Follow-up | Main. |

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Burnham's Beat: RSS and Google Base: Google Feeds Off The Web

Burnham's Beat

November 16, 2005 in Blogs , EAI , Internet , RSS | Permalink. Open Source. Nov 16, 2005 3:40:32 PM. Open Source. Burnhams Beat. Articles on Technology and Finance. About Bill. Archived Posts. Blog Roll. IPO/M&A Lists. By Category. By Month. Recent Posts. Internet IPOs. Internet M&A. Software IPOs. Software M&A. Search This Blog. Subscribe to This Blog. RSS/ATOM Feed. Subscribe Via Email.

Burnham's Beat: Serial Persistence Follow-up

Burnham's Beat

November 15, 2005 in Venture Capital | Permalink. Open Source. Nov 15, 2005 10:21:38 AM. Open Source. Burnhams Beat. Articles on Technology and Finance. About Bill. Archived Posts. Blog Roll. IPO/M&A Lists. By Category. By Month. Recent Posts. Internet IPOs. Internet M&A. Software IPOs. Software M&A. Search This Blog. Subscribe to This Blog. RSS/ATOM Feed. Subscribe Via Email.

Burnham's Beat: Is RFID Application Oriented Networking's Killer App?

Burnham's Beat

December 19, 2005 in EAI , Software , Web Services | Permalink. Open Source. Dec 19, 2005 12:28:37 PM. Open Source. Burnhams Beat. Articles on Technology and Finance. About Bill. Archived Posts. Blog Roll. IPO/M&A Lists. By Category. By Month. Recent Posts. Internet IPOs. Internet M&A. Software IPOs. Software M&A. Search This Blog. Subscribe to This Blog. RSS/ATOM Feed. Subscribe Via Email. « RSS and Google Base: Google Feeds Off The Web | Main.

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It's Raining Jobs! - VCball

VCball

Its not wildly optimistic to say that we expect at least a couple hundred job openings in almost all job functions. December 14, 2005 | Permalink. Its not wildly optimistic to say that we expect at least a couple hundred job openings in almost all job functions. Clay Shirkys Writings Writings About the Internet: Economics & Culture, Media & Community, Open Source. VCball.

Why Smart Business People Need to Go Virtual - VCball

VCball

November 08, 2005 in Books | Permalink. Clay Shirkys Writings Writings About the Internet: Economics & Culture, Media & Community, Open Source. VCball. A New York based VCs quixotic search for new knowledge in early stage venture capital and entrepreneurship. Become a Fan. Subscribe via Email. Subscribe via Feeds. Subscribe in a reader. Twitter Updates. follow me on Twitter. Books Worth the Reading.

Scale Free Profitability

Will Price

While open source software, offshore development, and channel based selling are well-known strategies, any fundamentally novel approaches would be great to share Morgan Stanley's high-tech investment banking team present a wonderful chart that examines the effect of scale on software profitability. The chart powerfully illustrates that scale is increasingly necessary to achieve competitive operating leverage in the software industry.

Congrats, Jason, for keeping that pecker hard! - VCball

VCball

October 09, 2005 in Entrepreneurship and VC | Permalink. Clay Shirkys Writings Writings About the Internet: Economics & Culture, Media & Community, Open Source. VCball. A New York based VCs quixotic search for new knowledge in early stage venture capital and entrepreneurship. Become a Fan. Subscribe via Email. Subscribe via Feeds. Subscribe in a reader. Twitter Updates. follow me on Twitter. Books Worth the Reading.

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The Golden Age of IT Buying - what does it mean for investors

Will Price

The IT buyer is blessed with commodity hardware, open source infrastructure, a surplus of vendor capacity in both hardware and software, which is in turn driving mammoth discounts, cheap offshore engineering talent, falling telecommunications costs, standardization and open protocols.The fall in the cost of bandwidth, storage capacity, computation, software all are helping IT buyers generate much more with much less. This could be the golden age of IT buying.

Make a Difference - VCball

VCball

August 12, 2005 in Books | Permalink. Clay Shirkys Writings Writings About the Internet: Economics & Culture, Media & Community, Open Source. VCball. A New York based VCs quixotic search for new knowledge in early stage venture capital and entrepreneurship. Become a Fan. Subscribe via Email. Subscribe via Feeds. Subscribe in a reader. Twitter Updates. follow me on Twitter. Books Worth the Reading.

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IBM: Standards, Customer Alignment, and Ecosystem based competition

Will Price

See www.ibm.com/isv I left IBM impressed by the cogency and power of their strategy, which is predicated on: standards-based software and hardware open source and open systems (shared specifications) ecosystem based competition customer solutions For example, IBM seeks to align customer and vendor interests by recognizing that IT buyers will increasingly favor commodity hardware (blade servers), open standards and open source (which lower switching costs), and solutions rather than tool-kits.

Teach Me to be a Successful Entrepreneur While I Stand on One.

VCball

May 02, 2005 in Entrepreneurship and VC | Permalink. Tracked on June 30, 2005 at 05:40 AM. Clay Shirkys Writings Writings About the Internet: Economics & Culture, Media & Community, Open Source. VCball. A New York based VCs quixotic search for new knowledge in early stage venture capital and entrepreneurship. Become a Fan. Subscribe via Email. Subscribe via Feeds. Subscribe in a reader. Twitter Updates. follow me on Twitter. Books Worth the Reading.

I Love NY Tax Credits - VCball

VCball

July 17, 2005 in Entrepreneurship and VC | Permalink. Clay Shirkys Writings Writings About the Internet: Economics & Culture, Media & Community, Open Source. VCball. A New York based VCs quixotic search for new knowledge in early stage venture capital and entrepreneurship. Become a Fan. Subscribe via Email. Subscribe via Feeds. Subscribe in a reader. Twitter Updates. follow me on Twitter. Books Worth the Reading.

Travel Tip for Bootstrappers - VCball

VCball

February 04, 2005 in Entrepreneurship and VC | Permalink. Clay Shirkys Writings Writings About the Internet: Economics & Culture, Media & Community, Open Source. VCball. A New York based VCs quixotic search for new knowledge in early stage venture capital and entrepreneurship. Become a Fan. Subscribe via Email. Subscribe via Feeds. Subscribe in a reader. Twitter Updates. follow me on Twitter. Books Worth the Reading.

Lose Yourself - VCball

VCball

January 26, 2005 in Entrepreneurship and VC | Permalink. Clay Shirkys Writings Writings About the Internet: Economics & Culture, Media & Community, Open Source. VCball. A New York based VCs quixotic search for new knowledge in early stage venture capital and entrepreneurship. Become a Fan. Subscribe via Email. Subscribe via Feeds. Subscribe in a reader. Twitter Updates. follow me on Twitter. Books Worth the Reading.

More "Open Source" Legal Tools

Altgate

Open source is the wrong term though; instead is probably better to say automate since LegalZoom and others are doing the same thing but commercially.

Burnham's Beat: Software IPOs: 2005 Year In Review

Burnham's Beat

« Top 10 Best Performing Internet Stocks of 2005 | Main. | Top 10 Best Performing Software Stocks of 2005 » 01/02/2006. Software IPOs: 2005 Year In Review. 2005 was not a good year to be a corporate finance banker focused on the software sector as only 4 software companies went public. Open Source. Software IPOs: 2005 Year In Review. Open Source. Burnhams Beat. Articles on Technology and Finance. About Bill.

Burnham's Beat: Top 10 Best Performing Software Stocks of 2005

Burnham's Beat

« Software IPOs: 2005 Year In Review | Main. | Top 10 Worst Performing Software Stocks of 2005 » 01/02/2006. Top 10 Best Performing Software Stocks of 2005. Autonomy Price Change : 133% Ticker :AUTN Comment : British unstructured search provider came to life in 2005 largely thanks to all of the investor enthusiasm in search related companies thanks to Google. Open Source. Top 10 Best Performing Software Stocks of 2005. Open Source.

Burnham's Beat: Top 10 Worst Performing Software Stocks of 2005

Burnham's Beat

« Top 10 Best Performing Software Stocks of 2005 | Main. Software Stock Update: 2005 Year In Review » 01/02/2006. Top 10 Worst Performing Software Stocks of 2005. The competition was fierce, the nominees were numerous, but in the end 10 lucky stocks finally won out to become The Worst Performing Software Stocks of 2005. Open Source. Top 10 Worst Performing Software Stocks of 2005. Open Source. Burnhams Beat.

Burnham's Beat: Software Stock Update: 2005 Year In Review

Burnham's Beat

« Top 10 Worst Performing Software Stocks of 2005 | Main. | Software Stock Update: 2005 Year In Review. Open Source. Software Stock Update: 2005 Year In Review. Open Source. Burnhams Beat. Articles on Technology and Finance. About Bill. Archived Posts. Blog Roll. IPO/M&A Lists. By Category. By Month. Recent Posts. Internet IPOs. Internet M&A. Software IPOs. Software M&A. Search This Blog. Subscribe to This Blog. RSS/ATOM Feed.

Understanding Changes in the Software & Venture Capital Industries

Both Sides of the Table

Open-Source Software & Horizontal Computing. It was driven by the introduction of open-source software, most notably what was called the LAMP stack. Open source became a movement – a mentality. The Emergence of “Open Cloud&# Infrastructure.

The Future of Transportation

Feld Thoughts

Between 1991 and 2005, the capacity that could be bought with $100 went up by a factor of 11. The following year, twenty-two of twenty-three entrants in the 2005 Challenge surpassed the 7.3 William Hertling is one of my favorite science fiction writers.

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VC Cafe Turns 9

VC Cafe

Last week LinkedIn reminded me that it’s been 9 years since I started VC Cafe (Dec 2005). Founder advice - A friend once told me that one of his best sources for post ideas are emails with questions he gets from entrepreneurs.

How To Predict The Future

Feld Thoughts

The hardware trend showed that internet connection speeds were increasing, and by 2005, the speed of the connection would be sufficient that we could reasonably stream video in real time without resorting to heroic amounts of video compression or miracles in internet protocols. Nine years later, in February 2005, YouTube arrived. I wrote an article for the IEEE Spectrum called The Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence is Open.

4 Considerations for Expanding Your Startup to International Markets

mashable.com

and China, and recently recorded their 1,000,000th download of Bonita Open Solution. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

4 Founders & Harvard MBAs on Finding Startup Traction & MBAs-as-Entrepreneurs

View from Seed

I was more open to it becoming a real company, but I never really expected it to be a real company from the beginning. We were on an immersion trip to Silicon Valley, and we said, “Let’s find a way to leverage [a previous open source project],” and we decided to build something around that.

Burnham's Beat: Is It Just Me or is GAAP Completely Broken?

Burnham's Beat

Indian Outsourcers: Open Sources Best Friend or Worst Enemy » 04/24/2007. The accountants won the day and since late 2005 all companies that grant options have had to include some kind of "stock based compensation" expense. Open Source. Open Source. Burnhams Beat. Articles on Technology and Finance. About Bill. Archived Posts. Blog Roll. IPO/M&A Lists. By Category. By Month. Recent Posts. Internet IPOs. Internet M&A. Software IPOs.

Burnham's Beat: Virtual Stock Portfolio: Year End 2005 Review

Burnham's Beat

Virtual Stock Portfolio: Year End 2005 Review. The Burnhams Beat virtual stock portfolio closed out 2005 on a strong note up 4.6% Overall, 2005 was another good year for the portfolio as it was up a total of 37.1% My biggest gainers in 2005 were Neteller (Long, +116%), SportingBet (Long, +56%). It trades at the lowest EPS multiple in the group right now (14X 2005) which is about a 30% discount to where the rest of the group now trades. Open Source.

Accelerating Technology Change and Continuous Learning

Feld Thoughts

Every time you build your application, you are likely to have some new bugs or incompatibilities related to a change in the language or the libraries (especially open source libraries). From 1981, when the IBM PC was introduced, until about 2005, one could expect a personal computer system to have a lifespan of 3-5 years.

Data is the Next Major Layer of the Cloud & A Major Victory for Startups

Both Sides of the Table

When I started my second company in 2005 we decided to do everything differently. By then the open-source movement had really developed. It was heresy to suggest that crowd-sourced information could beat Encarta let alone the Encyclopedia Brittanica.

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Startup Resources

www.vccafe.com

VC Cafe highlights everything you need to know from hosting your code in hackathons to open source legal docs. Hundreds of startups featured since 2005, will yours be next? Lean Methodology Sources. High Quality, and open sourced! Mantis (Open source).

The Top 5 Tech Investors For 2014

Blogtrepreneur | Entrepreneur Blog

Stanford alum and general partner at Benchmark , Fenton is most known for his expertise in open source technology. million in 2005. The tech world is a myriad of brains, innovation, and big money.

Why Launching a Startup Is More Expensive Than You Think

mashable.com

After all, high-quality open source software is free, the cloud makes computer power far less expensive, and anyone with an Internet connection can learn Ruby and CSS. It’s quite an eye opener.

The End of a Seven-Year Cycle: Leaving LinkedIn

Diego Basch

In 2005 I started a search consulting business named Flaptor, which would later become known as IndexTank. It should be noted that LinkedIn is a great workplace: fast-paced work, cool products, tons of open-source software, great vision, meaningful mission (and even fantastic food!).

Ten Highly Successful Bootstrapped Startups

Software By Rob

Founders Paul Farnell, Matthew Brindley, and David Smalley started Litmus in 2005 with a used computer and $800 dollars. Source code hosting for companies and open-source projects, Github is used by nearly a million people to store over two million code repositories.