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Ford’s John Ellis urges developers to think bigger than Linux

John Ellis, Global Technologist and Head of the Ford Developer Program, delivered the opening keynote the Open Automotive 2013 conference

In the 1970s when the space shuttle was launched, 500,000 lines of code were used. In the ’80s and ’90s when the 777 was being built, 3-4 million lines of code were used. The 2012 Ford Taurus, featured 50+ million lines of code, and in 2020, Ford predicts it will …

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