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Open Source Security Podcast

Josh Bressers & Kurt Seifried

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A security podcast geared towards those looking to better understand security topics of the day. Hosted by Kurt Seifried and Josh Bressers covering a wide range of topics including IoT, application security, operational security, cloud, devops, and security news of the day. There is a special open source twist to the discussion often giving a unique perspective on any given topic.
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A podcast about developer tools and the people who make them. Join us as we embark on a journey to explore modern developer tooling and interview the people who make it possible. We love talking to the creators front-end frameworks (React, Solid, Svelte, Vue, Angular, etc), JavaScript and TypeScript runtimes (Node, Deno, Bun), Languages (Unison, Elixor, Rust, Zig), web tech (WASM, Web Containers, WebGPU, WebGL), database providers (Turso, Planetscale, Supabase, EdgeDB), and platforms (SST, A ...
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Whether you're a founder of an open source startup, an open source maintainer or just an open source enthusiast, join host Emily Omier as she talks to the people who work at the intersection of open source and business, from startup founders to leaders of open source giants and all the people who help open source startups grow.
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“It’s 5:05!'' is a daily audio news cast highlighting security and open source stories from around the world. We filter for the real cybersecurity and open source stories in the news, so you won't have to. Each day, a global team of journalists contribute stories they found interesting in their daily research from the previous 24 hours. We present them to you in an easy to listen to format, making the resources available at the end of each episode so you can do a deep dive on stories you fin ...
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Open Source Growth is the ultimate resource for entrepreneurs, marketers, and business leaders in the software as a service industry. Hosted by Dean Denny from Owendenny Digital, we provide listeners with the insights, strategies, and tactics to grow and scale their SaaS businesses. From developing effective marketing campaigns to optimizing customer acquisition and retention, this podcast covers a range of topics that are critical to the success of any SaaS business. Open Source Growth Podc ...
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The Craft Of Open Source

Ben Rometsch, CEO, Flagsmith

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Welcome to The Craft of Open Source, hosted by Ben Rometsch, Co-Founder and CEO of Flagsmith. This bi-weekly show is focused on the ins and outs of the Open Source Software Community. Join Ben as he speaks with the brightest minds that have brought us some of the most adopted technologies on earth. Each episode is an interview with creators, maintainers, entrepreneurs, and key contributors to the open source community. We will cover critical topics for open source developers, contributors an ...
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This is the Open Source Founders Summit Podcast, and the goals of the podcast and the event are the same: To share concrete, actionable takeaways about building financially successful open source companies. In the run-up to the event, I'm talking with both speakers and attendees about what they've learned about building open source companies.
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The FINOS Open Source in Finance Podcast celebrates open source projects and interesting topics at the cross section of financial services and open source. So far, our industry experts have discussed practical applications of and their real-world experiences with a range of open source projects including desktop interoperability, low code platforms, synthetic data, and data modeling. They’ve also discussed best practices for inner source, common myths about open source and why commercial com ...
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Open Source Utopia

Mathias Bolt Lesniak

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Open source is different. How different would the world be if we used open source concepts more widely? This micro podcast looks at the open source philosophy and how open source can change the world. Each episode is just over two minutes long. Watch video versions on YouTube and Twitter.
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A behind-the-scenes look at technical writing for open-source software. We connect with writers and other doc experts to hear their stories about overcoming challenges, working on special projects, and learning new methods.
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Ron Yurko and Kostas Pelechrinis host the 'Open Source Sports' podcast to serve as a public reading group for discussing the latest research in sports analytics. Each episode focuses on a single paper featuring authors as guests, with discussions about the statistical methodology, relevance and future directions of the research.
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Breaking Into Open Source

Bob Paulin and Josh Juneau

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Have you ever wondered what would it be to contribute to open source software. Or being curious on how to get started? Well, wonder no more! In this podcast we let Bob and Josh take us through the tour of the wonderful world of open source, as seen through developers. Come, subscribe and take a listen!
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The Open Source Podcast

The Open Source Podcast

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The Open Source Podcast, sponsored by http://cloudify.co, explores the world of open source and cloud technologies including multi-cloud, NFV, and more. We discuss industry trends and hot topics around the world.
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After years of producing Linux, BSD and Other Open Source Podcasts, I came to the realization that we almost always focus on the technology. It makes sense, we all love tech, that's why we are who we are. But the community we are apart of is full of varied and fascinating people that make that tech. This is my attempt to highlight the people who are helping dream up and build the future around us.
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Humans of Open Source

Humans of Open Source

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A podcast where we explore the human side of working on open source software. We talk to contributors about how, what, and why they contribute in order to uncover the human element behind the open source communities that power our digital infrastructure. Send us an email at humansofopensource@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @HumansOfOSS.
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OPEN SOURCE HIPNOSE - OSH A comunidade OSH vem com um conceito de Hipnose de código aberto, acessível e inclusivo. Onde o lema principal é "Todos Somos Um" devido a nossa política de funcionamento de forma cooperativa e colaborativa, onde todos constroem os conhecimentos, contribuindo com suas opiniões e vivências, partilhando um saber de forma unida, com o objetivo de expandir o que é a Hipnose para a população, desmistificando essa tão linda e potente ferramenta e outras terapêuticas assoc ...
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Meet the people behind technology, learn about the open source projects you need to know about, get updates on community events, and deep dives into social causes on the web. Come deploy with us on a Friday and deep dive into the latest news and information about the constantly evolving ecosystem - where people are working, what’s left to be solved, how to get started, and where you can help.
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Open Source is embedded in every software application you touch today. It’s impossible to build a large scale application without it. The real question is, what’s the story behind that component, application, or framework you just downloaded? Not the specs. Not the functionality. The real story: “Who wrote the code? What is their backstory? What led them to the Open Source community?” From the Linux Foundation office in New York City, welcome to "The Untold Stories of Open Source". Each week ...
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In the world of tech, open source denotes software for which the original source code is made freely available for redistribution. In this digital series, hosts Phil Svitek and Ally Nasta take the concept of open source and apply it to knowledge. They aim to not only shatter preconceived myths on any new, unknown or hard topic but give you that missing confidence to get started easily and eventually deep dive further. By no means do they profess to be experts. In fact, they share your trepid ...
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Become a Paid Subscriber: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alphawave/subscribe While you wait for Elon Musk to launch Neurolink, Web 3.0 digital marketing firm ALPHA CHAIN LABS LTD. has produced the next best thing to super-intelligent cognition. Introducing The Alpha Wave. Experience the Singularity first hand while you evolve the value of your mind and its potential in the Web 3.0 ecosystem. THE ALPHA WAVE is text to speech excerpts from the most innovative minds, peer reviewed acad ...
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Unlock a world of valuable insights and thought-provoking discussions related to the Intelligence Community (CIA, NSA, NGA, FBI, Military Intelligence). Join Nick, a successful entrepreneur and business leader, on his journey to discover a world of INTELLIGENCE in all facets of our lives. As an Army Veteran with expertise in geospatial Intelligence Operations, and multiple successful businesses and investments across a variety of industries, including technology, defense, real estate, crypto ...
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Open Sourced Workplace focuses on today's leading topics in science, technology, and how it relates to the workplace environment. Join Alek Dincoff, professional voice actor, as he narrates new articles Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. Also join Alek Dincoff and Steve Todd, founder of Open Sourced Workplace, every Friday for the podcast version of their Q&A. This segment covers what's new with Open Sourced Workplace, Steve Todd's journey to create a free online resource, and new information ...
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It's March 1st, 2024 and time for Point of View Friday, where we cover a single topic from multiple perspectives. Today's point of discussion is around the anticipation of advancements in quantum computing and the massive overhauls of technology taking place. We have perspectives from Trac Bannon in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, Olimpiu Pop from Transyl…
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The Zed text editor has come a long way since Nathan Sobo came on the show last year to tell us about this follow-up to Atom. Zed is open source now, has the underpinnings of collaboration built in, is beginning its journey toward full extensibility, is coming to Linux soon & shows serious promise if Nathan’s team can mix their secret sauce just ri…
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The subject, in a word, is despair, both public and private. The poets and spiritual seekers Christian Wiman and his wife Danielle Chapman are back to goad us, each with a new book. Their project is staring into the abyss, in the Nietzsche formula, to see if the abyss stares back, or talks back. And I think it does. Christian Wiman and Danielle Cha…
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In this episode, Alex is talking with Zach Berliner, a six-year associate at Lowenstein Sandler's Environmental Law and Litigation Practice Group. Together, they explore the groundbreaking sustainability legislation recently enacted in California – SB 253, SB 261, and AB 1305. Discover the implications for businesses, including the reporting of sco…
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In this episode, host Karsten Hohage discusses open source and InnerSource at universities with our guest Clare Dillon. Clare explains how collaborative, community-driven approaches to open-source development at universities result in greater knowledge sharing, but also what the academia-specific challenges to open approaches are. This episode will…
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Slightly different The Business of Open Source episode today! I spoke with Patrick McFadin and Mick Semb Wever about the relationship between Apache Cassandra and DataStax — how it was at the beginning and how the relationship has evolved over the years. We talked about: — How there was a dynamic around Cassandra where many of the many of the contr…
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My name is Jeremy Miller and I am a Developer and Software Architect in Austin, TX. I started my career as a “real” engineer and got into software development writing automation tooling for my engineering group. This being the late 90’s, it was easy to transition into the early project automation groups where I got to be part of several initiatives…
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Bob O'Connell SLUH Varsity Soccer Coach with student players Christian Thro and Paddy Byrne . They talk about having had a great season with some fun experiences and the fact that the school recruits top soccer players. To listen to more shows like this one go to talkinggamestl.com The Open Source is a digital media company in St. Louis, MO-IL. Wat…
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Loris Degioanni is Founder & CTO of Sysdig, the observability and container security company behind the Falco and Sysdig open source projects. Both projects are widely adopted, with 7K GitHub Stars each. Sysdig is a $2.5B company that has raised over $700M from investors including Insight, Accel, Bain, DFJ, Goldman Sachs, Third Point & Permira. In …
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This week, we have Robert Balicki on the show to talk about Isograph, a new data fetching framework for React. Robert has worked on the Relay team at Meta (formerly Facebook) and is currently at Pinterest helping them adopt Relay. We talk about the differences between Isograph and Relay, the future of data fetching and web development, and the jour…
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Josh and Kurt talk to GregKH about Linux Kernel security. We most focus on the topic of vulnerabilities in the Linux Kernel, and what being a CNA will mean for the future of Linux Kernel security vulnerabilities. The future of Linux Kernel security vulnerabilities is going to be very interesting. Show Notes Greg K-H Linux Kernel is a CNA Machine le…
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Join us in this episode, where we take a deep dive into the story of Pulumi with its CEO and Founder, Joe Duffy. From its inception in 2016 with the ambitious goal of simplifying cloud infrastructure management through the creation of a new programming language, Joe takes us on a journey into the team’s evolution that helped Pulumi become what it i…
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On this episode of Open Source Growth, Dean Denny discuss the benefits of podcasting for SaaS companies. He highlights how podcasting can help build a strong brand and engage with the audience. He also provides insights on setting up a podcast, including equipment recommendations and publishing platforms. The host suggests talking about valuable to…
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oneAPI is an open standard for a unified API to be used across different computing accelerator architectures. This including GPUs, AI accelerators, and FPGAs. The goal of oneAPI is to eliminate the need for developers to maintain separate code bases, multiple programming languages, tools, and workflows for each architecture. James Reinders is an en…
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This week Adam is joined by Quinn Slack, CEO of Sourcegraph for a “2 years later” catch up from his last appearance on Founders Talk. This conversation is a real glimpse into what it takes to be CEO of Sourcegraph in an era when code intelligence is shifting more and more into the AI realm, how they’ve been driving towards this for years, the subtl…
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Listen to our newest album called Dance Party as a podcast! This is an EPIC bundle of BMC bangers. We double dog dare you to listen and try NOT to dance 🕺 Leave us a comment Changelog++ members support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the ads disappear. Join today! Featuring: Adam Stacoviak – Mastodon, Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website …
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GPTScript is a new scripting language to automate your interactions with LLMs, Adam Wiggins conducts a retrospective on Muse, Nikita Prokopov surveyed a bunch of popular websites to see how much JS they loaded on their pages, Pages CMS is a no-hassle CMS for GitHub pages & Jim Nielsen writes about the subversive hyperlink. Leave us a comment Change…
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It's February 23rd, 2024 and time for point of view Friday, where we cover a single topic from multiple perspectives. Today's point of discussion is around the increasing threat of deepfakes to democracies worldwide. We have perspectives from Trac Bannon in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, Olimpiu Pop from Transylvania, Romania, Hillary Coover in Washingto…
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Mike McQuaid, maintainer of Homebrew, and now CTO at Workbrew joins us to discuss open tabs, social media spam and distractions, TikTok’s addictive nature, Apple Vision Pro and its potential future, the maintenance of software, the swing back to old school web development, the value of telemetry in open source projects, Mike’s ongoing involvement i…
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In this episode of the Open Source Founders Podcast, I talked with Frank Karlitschek, CEO and founder of Nextcloud. Frank is going to be talking specifically about lead generation at Open Source Founders Summit, but in this episode we took a slightly wider view and talked about go to market, for open source companies in general and specifically for…
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Today we speak with Ellie Huxtable, the creator of a magical open source tool for syncing, searching & backing up your shell history. Along the way we learn all about the sync service, why she likes Rust, the branding / marketing of the project, how she quit her job to work on it full time, the business model & so much more. Leave us a comment Chan…
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This week on The Business of Open Source, I spoke with Percona CEO Ann Schlemmer. This episode was recorded on site at State of Open Con in London, outside in a van! There’s a ton of great info in this episode, too. First of all, Ann talked about being a ‘suit’ in a geek’s world and her career trajectory that led her to lead Percona. She also set t…
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Stephanie Stimac is a designer and product manager with over 14 years of experience, specializing in developer experiences and tooling. She has worked with startups to design and build websites with a focus on clean and simple user experience. Stephanie worked on the Microsoft Edge team for six years designing DevTools, shipping browser features, a…
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This week we have Glauber Costa, CEO and founder of Turso, a service for distributing and using multiple SQLite instances in different regions. Glauber has a long history in the software industry, including working on the Linux kernel for many years. He shares his experience working on the Linux kernel and how it led him to found Turso. e also disc…
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Ship It is back! IEEE Spectrum writes about quantum computing’s reality check, Maxim Dounin announces freenginx, Nadia Asparouhova goes deep on AI & the “effective accelerationism” movement, Angie Byron helps first time open source contributors avoid common pitfalls & Miroslav Nikolov writes up his advice for high-risk refactoring. Leave us a comme…
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Missouri ranks 3rd in the nation for incidents of Domestic Violence. Increasing numbers of victims are homeless. This episode provides resources for anyone who may need help. To listen to more Healthy You episodes go to HealthyYouSTL.com The Open Source is a digital media company in St. Louis, MO-IL. Watch The Open Source TV. Add the channel to you…
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Josh and Kurt talk to Thomas Depierre about some of the European efforts to secure software. We touch on the CRA, MDA, FOSDEM, and more. As expected Thomas drops a huge amount of knowledge on what's happening in open source. We close the show with a lot of ideas around how to move the needle for open source. It's not easy, but it is possible. Show …
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Jamie Tanna (who has a website) joins us to discuss the indie web, living with ADHD, sharing his salary history with the world & building DMD – a dynamite open source tool to help you better understand the use of dependencies across your org. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members get a bonus 16 minutes at the end of this episode and zero ads. Join…
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It's February 16th, 2024 and time for Point of View Friday, where we cover a single topic from multiple perspectives. Today's point of discussion is the Securities and Exchange Commission's change in cybersecurity disclosure rules. We have perspectives today from Trac Bannon in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, Olimpiu Pop from Transylvania, Romania, and Ka…
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This week we’re joined by Stefano Maffulli, the Executive Director of the Open Source Initiative (OSI). They are responsible for representing the idea and the definition of open source globally. Stefano shares the challenges they face as a US-based non-profit with a global impact. We discuss the work Stefano and the OSI are doing to define Open Sou…
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Frantz Fanon is our interest in this podcast. The man had charisma across the board in a short life and a long afterlife. A black man from the Caribbean, he went to France, first as a soldier to help free the French from Germany, then to become a medical doctor and a psychiatrist, and then to North Africa to serve a revolution against France in Alg…
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In this episode, Alex talks with Emily Kane Miller, the visionary behind Ethos Giving, to unpack the layers of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and the realm beyond compliance. From tracing the fascinating history of philanthropy post-World War I to dissecting the motivations behind embracing CSR during the Cold War, this episode is a rollerco…
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World Champion Evander Holyfield and Boxing Trainer Michael Cross were in the studio with Darrick Calvin from the Leon Calvin Boxing Club. They talked about coming up the ranks and how they help kids aspire for greatness. To hear more shows like this one, go to talkinggmaestl.com The Open Source is a digital media company in St. Louis, MO-IL. Watch…
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In this episode of The Business of Open Source, I talked with four-time entrepreneur Mike Schwartz, CEO and founder of Gluu as well as the host of Open Source Underdogs podcast, about his long career in entrepreneurship. Here’s some particularly interesting things to take out of this episode: “Beware an entrepreneur’s second company.” — Mike says h…
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Changelog Beats drops a new Dance Party album, Will McGugan’s new Toolong (tl) terminal app, Mitchell Baker is out as Mozilla CEO, Microsoft’s Jordi Adoumie announces sudo for Windows, Tatu Ylonen tells the tale of how they got SSH to be port 22 & Jack Lindamood gives an “Endorse” or “Regret” rating for ~50 different services, tools & processes he …
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As part of the preparation for Open Source Founders Summit, I’m interviewing both our speakers and our attendees for a special podcast that’s hyper focused on one thing. In this episode I spoke with Peter Zaitsev, founder of Percona, about sales. We talked about the specifics of sales as a bootstrapped company — which means sales are exceptionally …
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This week we have Zeno Rocha on the show. He is "developer famous" for creating the Dracula Theme, a popular theme for developers. He is also the co-founder of Resend, a modern email platform for developers. We talk about the journey they took to create Resend, starting with the creation of React Email, and the complexities of email delivery at sca…
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Josh and Kurt talk about a blog post explaining how to create a very very small container image. Generally in the world of security less is more, but it's possible to remove too much. A lot of today's security tooling relies on certain things to exist in a container image, if we remove them we could actually result in worse security than leaving it…
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It's February 9, 2024 and time for Point of View Friday where we cover a single topic from multiple perspectives. Today's point of discussion is the recent large-scale Microsoft breach. We have perspectives from Trac Bannon in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, Olimpiu Pop in Transylvania, Romania and Shannon Lietz in San Diego, California. We'll start with …
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We’re taking you back to the hallway track at THAT Conference where we have 3 MORE fun conversations: one with Samuel Goff about the future of energy, one with YouTuber Jess Chan about the future of content creation & one with Vanessa Villa / Noah Jenkins about ag tech & the future of food. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 3 minutes on t…
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This week on The Changelog we’re talking with Nadia Odunayo, founder of StoryGraph. Nadia started out as a one woman dev and product team — she’s had to adjust and maneuver along way to becoming the Amazon-free alternative to Goodreads. We talk about the importance of customer research, the iterative nature of customer research and what it takes to…
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This episode is about the American Cancer Society's annual football game. Senior Community Development Manager Lauren Bryant says that a High School Principal who was battling cancer started the event in 2019. To hear more shows like this one, go to talkinggmaestl.com The Open Source is a digital media company in St. Louis, MO-IL. Watch The Open So…
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Garima Kapoor, COO and co-founder of MinIO, joins me to share her journey from investor and advisor to co-founder of MinIO and the wealth of knowledge she’s amassed along the way. In this episode, Garima explains how her experience in finance and belief in the power of open source helped MinIO to break into the data storage market. She also reviews…
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Geoffrey Litt thinks browser extensions are underrated, Adolfo Ochagavía on being a generalist in a specialist’s world, Jack Garbus praises the Arch Wiki, Terence Eden tries to rebuild FourSquare for ActivityPub using OpenStreetMap & Sebastien Dubois teaches us how to connect ideas together. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 1 minute on t…
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Today's episode features Evan Bacon, the head of devtools at Expo. Expo is a framework for building React Native apps it takes care of a lot of the details so all you have to worry about is writing code. Evan is also the author of Expo Router which makes seamlessly manage your app's navigation with file based routing and so much more. We also delve…
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Josh and Kurt talk about open source projects proving builds, and things nobody wants to pay for in open source. It's easy to have unrealistic expectations for open source projects, but we have the open source capitalism demands. Show Notes Open Source Doesn't Require Providing Builds The things nobody wants to pay for Audacity privacy policy updat…
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