Forge.mil is the groundbreaking collaborative software development environment designed to improve the ability of the Department of Defense to rapidly deliver dependable software, services, and systems. In addition to SoftwareForge, a collaborative environment for the shared development of open source and DoD community source software, the DoD recently launched ProjectForge, a SaaS version of SoftwareForge designed to meet the application development needs of private-access projects.
In this session, the Forge.mil Community Manager will provide insight into the progress of Forge.mil, which has garnered over 4,000 members and 170 projects in the last year and a half. Learn from first-hand experience how open source principles are transforming the way the DoD develops software:
Guy Martin is a Community Management & Strategic Consultant at CollabNet. In addition to helping customers build collaborative communities using Open Source best practices, he provides high-level strategic guidance in the cultural and organizational changes necessary to best take advantage of CollabNet’s Agile ALM tools. He has over 15 years of experience in software engineering, technical marketing, and community management. Prior to CollabNet, he helped develop collaborative communities for Motorola and Sun Microsystems.
Mr. Martin was awarded a Federal 100 award in 2010 by Federal Computer Week for his work on the Forge.mil project. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, CA.
Computer Scientist and Senior Technical Adviser for the Forge.mil project, the Chief Information Assurance Executive, the Chief Information Officer and the Chief Technology Officer of the Defense Information Systems Agency on issues of Security, Information Assurance and Open Technology. Aaron is very proud to be one of the formative Community Managers for the Forge.mil Project with an active community of over 10,000 users and growing.
Mr. Lippold is an active proponent and driving force for Open Technology and Open Methods for DISA and the Department of Defense.
Prior to joining DISA, Mr. Lippold was a Research Programmer at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications working on High Performance Computing projects running Linux RedHat on IBM platforms.
Aaron Lippold is a graduate of the University of Illinois with a degree in Computer Science, Mathematics and English Interpretive Theory.
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