November 2nd, 2012

10+ Portland startups you should be following on Github [Updated]


10+ Portland startups you should be following on Github [Updated]

We always like to brag about Portland being the de facto hub of open source. Or maybe that’s just me. I do like to use “de facto hub.”

In any case… every once in awhile, it’s nice to highlight what folks are actually doing in that open sourcey regard. So I was poking around Github to see who was doing what and compiled a quick list of startups with open repositories you should peruse.

I mean, if you’re into that sort of thing.

Here are some folks I found:

And I’m more than happy to add more companies to the list. Just leave a comment. And I’ll revise the post.

Background that may help (or may not)

12 Responses to “10+ Portland startups you should be following on Github [Updated]”

  1. Too bad GitHub doesn’t make it possible to follow at the organization/company level. But, this is a great jumping off point to explore their developers and projects.

  2. Amber Case says:

    Woah! W+K has a Github account!

  3. Patrick Lightbody says:

    Don’t forget about New Relic! http://github.com/newrelic

  4. You could add MapBox to the list. It’s mostly DC-based, but I’m here holding down the iOS fort and we have 90 public repositories on GitHub.

    https://github.com/mapbox

  5. nelking says:

    The Clymb VendScreen

  6. Rick Turoczy says:

    Added up to here (except for VendScreen, because they don’t have any public repos). Please keep them coming!

  7. jewil says:

    Add OpenSourcery! It’s one of the top Portland-based web development shops working in Drupal, an open source web development software. https://github.com/opensourcery

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