Webinars 16 December 2020

Webinar #11: Open-source software licences

WHEN: 16 December 2020 | 10:00 - 11:00 CET

WHERE: Online

In this webinar session, we will learn about the different types of licenses, from the most permissive to the famous copyleft GPL. We will study them to understand their differences. Then, we will assess their impacts from different perspectives as a user, a contributor, and editor.

This webinar aims to help you develop a sound software licencing strategy (e.g. open-source, free, proprietary, mix, dual licenses), and allows you to assess their influence on your business.

For registrations please click HERE.

Sébastien Campion - Expert Architect at PwC

Sébastien is an Expert Architect at PwC since 2019 with over 15 years of professional experience in designing, building, and implementing large scale solutions.

Prior to joining PwC, he was a Research Engineer in Cybersecurity and Machine Learning at INRIA, the French Research Institute in Computer Sciences and Applied Mathematics. He has worked on infrastructures and applications dedicated to large scale analysis.

Sébastien also has extensive knowledge and skills in open-source development and architecture.

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