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  1. “that close to a third of all software used in enterprises, including Fortune 500 firms, is derived from open source.”

    Seems like a reasonable estimate to me. It’s just so much faster and simpler to use open source as opposed to hard coding. Developers are almost always cramped for time so open source is a god-send to many teams. And at the enterprise level time is money.

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