Episode seven of Let’s talk about public code!
In the latest episode of Let’s talk about public code we talk to Mauko Quiroga from OpenFisca. We discuss what problems OpenFisca solves and how it became so widespread - used on at least four continents!
OpenFisca is an open source platform to write rules as code. OpenFisca was released under a free software license in November 2011. Etalab in France started using OpenFisca in 2014 and soon became a major contributor. Today it is used in many countries all over the world. Read more about OpenFisca.
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