An Open Letter To Companies Who Use Open Source

It’s hard to make money as an open source software developer. There are options, but they have a lot of downsides.

You can work for a big company that can afford to let you do work that doesn’t directly relate to its products. But sometimes it’s hard to balance the work you’re not passionate about with the work that you are. You shouldn’t work for someone that you don’t want to work for — it’s a lose-lose.


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