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Open source finally blooms at Google

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I wrote a few weeks back that Google has discovered developers and, as part of that, has significantly invested in open source.

For all the bile that I and others have spewed at Google over the years for its adoption of open source, with little in the way of contributions back, it's amazing to see the trickle of open source from Google turn into an absolute flood. In just the past two weeks, we've seen Google open-source the following:

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