We’ve talked in the past about the thinking behind the Open Development model at Adobe. But how does it work in practice?

Adobe’s open-dev approach in action, as contributors from different teams meet virtually. From top left: Senior Computer Scientist Dan McWeeney, Observability Architect Olga Kopylova, Senior Computer Scientist Andy Steed, Software Development Intern Dhiraj Gandhi, and Product Manager Manik Jindal.
Adobe’s open-dev approach in action, as contributors from different teams meet virtually. From top left: Senior Computer Scientist Dan McWeeney, Observability Architect Olga Kopylova, Senior Computer Scientist Andy Steed, Software Development Intern Dhiraj Gandhi, and Product Manager Manik Jindal.


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