5 Reasons Plotly Thrives on an Open-Source Model
Jack Parmer, the CEO and Co-Founder of Plotly that empowers you with the tools you need to bring your data to life joins Enterprise Radio.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is working in association with the Technology Channel.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Jack Parmer discuss the following:
- As we said earlier, Plotly empowers people with tools that bring their data to life. Talk about some of those tools and who benefits most from them.
- Plotly has a world-wide developer community. How has an open-source mission driven the adoption of Plotly’s open-source and commercial products?
- What is innovative about Plotly’s data visualization tools and how is that innovation based in open-source software?
- How does having a wide open-source developer community make Plotly products more reliable?
- For those who are less familiar with how an open-source business model can also be profitable, can you elaborate?
- What on piece of advice would you give to entrepreneurs considering building a business with open-source values?
Jack Parmer is CEO and co-founder of Plotly Technologies Inc. Prior to Plotly, Jack lived in the San Francisco Bay Area and was an early employee at several start-ups spun out of MIT and Stanford University. Jack published his first peer-reviewed physics paper at age 21 and received his BS in Engineering Physics from Stanford University.
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