Open Source at Goldman Sachs
Open source solutions have changed the way people are thinking about software and hardware alike. Tap into our insights on the open source movement and learn more about our involvement with the open source community.
Goldman Sachs Releases New Open Source Projects on GitHub
Goldman Sachs has launched three of its latest open source projects – Jrpip, Obevo and Tablasco – on GitHub.
Goldman Sachs Announces Release of Reladomo into Open Source
Goldman Sachs has officially launched its latest Apache 2.0 licensed Java Framework, Reladomo, on GitHub and Maven Central.
Goldman Sachs Leads Enterprise Efforts in Container Technology
On June 22, 2015, Goldman Sachs joined The Linux Foundation’s Open Container Initiative, a coalition of technology firms working to establish open industry standards for software containers.
Goldman Sachs Joins Eclipse Foundation
Goldman Sachs joined the open source community, the Eclipse Foundation. As a solutions member, we will migrate our open source Java library, GS Collections, which will be renamed Eclipse Collections. The migration will allow the open source community to contribute to—and benefit from—our work.
Q&A With Nikhil, Leading Contributor to GS Collections 6.0
A third-year engineer in Private Wealth Management (PWM) Technology, Nikhil was the leading contributor to GS Collections 6.0, the latest release of our open source Java library.
Defining Specifications for Open Hardware
Rajeev, an engineer in the Goldman Sachs Data Center Product Group and co-chair of the Open Compute Project (OCP) Hardware Management track, discusses the open hardware specifications process and current and upcoming initiatives.
Growing with GS Collections
Kristen, a developer in our JVM Architecture team, shares how learning to code in GS Collections has improved her Java skills and better positioned her for the future.
Goldman Sachs Joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation
On July 21, it was announced that Goldman Sachs joined as a founding member of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. The new foundation will work to drive forward collaboration and standards on common container technologies among the developer community.