Steven Zimmerman | Product Marketing Manager

Steven has forged his path in telecommunications and high technology. As a subject matter expert in cloud and managed IT services, he looks to drive evolution and awareness of modern tech solutions for the enterprise and mid-market. In his spare time, Steven is an avid road bicyclist, competes in local volleyball leagues, and fosters his fledgling woodworking skills.

Recent Posts

The rapid growth of custom and open source applications deployed in businesses worldwide means that all companies have significant software assets. In some industries, agile development and open source software have enabled a technological evolution, to the point of creating new business models.

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If you’re part of a modern business that does any software development, your dev teams are using open source components to move quickly, save money, and leverage community innovation. If you’re a law firm or a consultant, your clients use open source. And if you’re on the lookout for your next

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Government cybersecurity has been a pressing issue for decades, yet only recently have we seen federally sponsored recognition of the increasing threat adversaries pose to proprietary, custom, and open source software. On the tails of high profile data leaks and internet-crippling cyber attacks,

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Once again, we at Black Duck are privileged to recognize some of the most innovative, influential and interesting projects produced by the open source community during the previous year. This week’s announcement of the 2016 Black Duck Open Source Rookies of the Year is exciting, showcasing

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Have you ever set out to build something? I don’t mean “build relationships,” “build a following,” “build someone up,” or even “build software.” Today, I mean building something tactile, tangible, and suitable for analogy. Open Source Components for Architecture and Development Imagine we’re

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Words are important; they’re the only means we have to neatly bundle the series of images, thoughts, emotions, and figures we have in our minds and to deliver them to an audience. The inherent challenge to words: their colloquial meanings change over time. Changing Meanings “Evolution” comes from

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