Google creates a lot of open-source software. Now, they’ve put much of it in one easy-to-find place along with the company’s own open-source philosophy.
Google lives and dies on open-source software. Without Linux, there would be no Google. The company both uses and makes open-source code every day of the year. In 2017 alone, Google has open-sourced Chrome for iOS; Upspin file-sharing; E2EMail, experimental end-to-end email encryption; and the Guetzli JPEG encoder. There’s only one problem. How do you find all these projects? Google finally has given us the answer: Google Open Source Projects.
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Author: Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols