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Conversations with the hackers, leaders, and innovators of the software world. Hosts Adam Stacoviak and Jerod Santo face their imposter syndrome so you don’t have to. Expect in-depth interviews with the best and brightest in software engineering, open source, and leadership. This is a polyglot podcast. All programming languages, platforms, and communities are welcome. Open source moves fast. Keep up.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
Education is at the heart of making the world a better place. Education has always needed technology, but the technology landscape is getting more and more complex. Imagine if you had to license pencils or paper to use in schools, or be forced to use specific paper from one company so that they could see everything you wrote. Education technology is too important to rely on profit-driven market dynamics. This podcast shines a light on key people and projects working around the growing field ...
 
Dr. Ronald Ashri (Founder, OpenDialog) and Maaike Coppens (Chief Design Officer, OpenDialog) share their take on conversation design, conversational applications, conversational AI and much more with featured expert guests. OpenDialog is a SaaS and open-source no-code platform for creating sophisticated conversational applications from design to deployment. Have an interesting conversational story to share? Reach out to us at hello@opendialog.ai and we'll be in touch!
 
這是 COSCUP 在 2021 年訪問開源社群的企劃,一方面為台灣開放內容、開放資料、開放原始碼的社群留下數位記錄,二方面也希望能讓大家更了解這群人在想什麼。 想知道 Open source 組織、社群都在做什麼嗎?這是一個適合為一般聽眾解惑常見的 open source 介紹以及了解開源組織背後運作機制的節目。 Powered by Firstory Hosting
 
If you love open source, decentralization, Linux, or want to learn. This podcast is for you. The term "hacker" came out of the earliest of computer enthusiasts and programmers. It's the hackers who built the Internet and created Unix. Real hackers are not the ones breaking into systems, stealing credit cards, and causing havoc. Real hackers build the technology that changes the world for the better. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hackerculture/support
 
As a highly secure personal server, Urbit aims to deliver on many of the ideas pioneered by the Cypherpunks. After nearly 20 years in development the platform has begun a phased launch. Urbit gives us persistent digital identity, a new benchmark for secure computing, and maybe even an open source response to modern social computing platforms like WeChat and Kakaotalk.
 
Dalla voce di un Mozilla Tech Speaker nasce il podcast dedicato alle novità del mondo IT approcciate dal punto di vista di uno sviluppatore follemente innamorato dell'innovazione e della filosofia Open Source. Ogni settimana un nuovo episodio sponsorizzato da SkillsAndMore, la scuola digitale per gli sviluppatori del futuro! https://skillsandmore.org
 
A revolution is underway in the art world, and this podcast focuses on the democratization of art. The art market is the last opaque global market out there. It is hard to break in, and a small group of people and companies are acting as gate keepers, keeping artists and collectors out. Both are looking for an opportunity to connect, buy, sell, and collaborate. Open Art Source is building the De Facto Art Blockchain. Each podcast features an interview, giving listeners an inside glimpse into ...
 
The Lead Change Group is an open-source peer-based leadership development community. We share and promote ideas to advance character-based leadership, or leading from "who you are" rather than your position in the organization. Our community helps energize motivated people to make a positive difference in their sphere of influence, at home, or in the workplace. You can be equipped and energized to exercise leadership and influence because of who you are. Your character matters to your family ...
 
The Sourcegraph Podcast is a new show about developer tools and their creators. It can sometimes feel like a full-time job just staying on top of the latest libraries, frameworks, plugins, extensions, CLI tools, and developer apps. We want to help you do that, by giving you a window into the minds of some of the best and brightest people working at the forefront of developer productivity. You'll hear from dev tool company founders, open-source authors, and developer efficiency leaders inside ...
 
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It’s hard not to notice that we’re flunking tests, right and left, and running out of strategies against global-size troubles. COVID, we said, was our test for the age of viruses. At summer’s end the variants are gaining and most of the world is unvaccinated. Afghanistan became a 20-year test of the notion that a public-private force of money, dron…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Grizz "sits down" with Andrew Aitken, Global Open Source Leader at Wipro bout his upcoming talk at the Open Source Strategy Forum in London October 5th. They discuss Andrew's background and position as lead on the FINOS Open Source Readiness SIG; what Open Source Readiness is; and then a little insight into his talk …
 
Josh and Kurt talk about some happenings in the Linux Kernel. There are some new rules around how to submit patches that goes against how GitHub works. They're also turning all compiler warnings into errors. It's really interesting to understand what these steps mean today, and what they could mean in the future. Show Notes The Register Linux story…
 
On this special edition of The Changelog, we’re talking with Cory Wilkerson, Senior Director of Engineering at GitHub, about GitHub Codespaces. For years now, the possibility of coding in the cloud seemed so close, yet so far away for a number of reasons. According to Cory, the raw ingredients to make coding in the cloud a reality have been there f…
 
Those twin towers of the World Trade Center wrote two epic stories into the skyline of Manhattan: rise and fall. Most of us saw the hellscape of fire and smoke in the fall of the towers, live on television, 20 years ago. But the rising up 30 years earlier, in a star-crossed real-estate power play, is where the artist and writer Justin Beal finds ro…
 
By most accounts, the first databases came on line in the 1960s. This class of software has continued to evolve alongside the technology it runs on and the applications it supports. In the early days, databases were typically closed source commercial products. Today, databases run in the cloud on distributed systems. Increasingly, the leading tools…
 
I sat down with Philbert Shih, Managing Director at Structure Research, to explore the factors that help Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) & Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) select their cloud providers.Structure Research was founded 10 years ago in Toronto Canada as a research firm of analysts focused on the infrastructure services space. Thei…
 
What does it take to build a good open-source search engine? We find out in this focus episode on Typesense. Ben Rometsch, CEO of Flagsmith, sits down for a lively discussion on Typesense's search engine technology with its co-creator, Jason Bosco. Jason discusses the origin of Typesense and their design choices, including the unusual choice of usi…
 
We discuss Grinding the Bayes: A Hierarchical Modeling Approach to Predicting the NFL Draft with Benjamin Robinson (@benj_robinson). This paper was a finalist in the Carnegie Mellon Sports Analytics Conference Reproducible Research Competition in October 2020. You can submit an abstract to enter the 2021 Reproducible Research Competition now! Benja…
 
Natalie sits down with Go book authors Bill Kennedy & Sau Sheong Chang to discuss the ins and outs of writing (and reading) books about Go! Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the ads disappear! Sponsors Sourcegraph – Sourcegraph is universal code search for every developer and team. Eas…
 
Swami Tyagananda joined the Ramakrishna Order in 1976 after graduating from the University of Mumbai in India. He received spiritual instruction from Swami Vireswarananda, a disciple of Sri Sarada Devi (known as Holy Mother), and his monastic vows from Swami Gambhirananda. After serving at the Mumbai monastery (1976–80), he served at Belur Math (19…
 
Any AI play that lacks an underlying data strategy is doomed to fail, and a big part of any data strategy is labeling. Michael, from Label Studio, joins us in this episode to discuss how the industry’s perception of data labeling is shifting. We cover open source tooling, validating labels, and integrating ML/AI models in the labeling loop. Discuss…
 
How do you design software docs and websites that both intrigue and educate? As a contributor to popular projects like React Native, Jest, Prettier, and TypeScript, Orta Therox has prioritized design for visual engagement, accessibility, and learning. In this episode of the Sourcegraph Podcast, Orta talks about the importance of engaging docs, how …
 
On this special edition of The Changelog, we’re talking with Cory Wilkerson, Senior Director of Engineering at GitHub, about GitHub Codespaces. For years now, the possibility of coding in the cloud seemed so close, yet so far away for a number of reasons. According to Cory, the raw ingredients to make coding in the cloud a reality have been there f…
 
Your favorite web dev podcasts join forces for a super collab that’ll knock you frontend off! Amelia joins Chris Coyier and Dave Rupert from ShopTalk Show while Divya teams up with Wes Bos & Scott Tolinski from Syntax. Let the FEUDing begin! Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the ads di…
 
Biden and Xi speak for 90 minutes in a bid to avoid conflict; 20 years after 9-11; SEC probe worries corporate executives; MI5 Chief speaks out about terrorism risk; Zapad-2021 exercises kick off involving more than 200,000; Ukrainian President warns about war with Russia.저자 The Cipher Daily Brief
 
In this episode of the podcast, Grizz "sits down" with Kris West, Principal Engineer at Cosaic, about his upcoming talk at the Open Source Strategy Forum in London October 5th. They discuss Kris's background and position at lead on the FDC3 project; what FDC3 is and who it should matter to; and then a little insight into the FDC3 Workbench that Coa…
 
In this episode, Gerhard talks to David and Marques from Equinix Metal about the importance of bare metal for steady workloads. Terraform, Kubernetes and Tinkerbell come up, as does Crossplane - this conversation is a partial follow-up to episode 15. David Flanagan, a.k.a. Rawkode, needs no introduction. Some of you may remember Marques Johansson f…
 
Flight departs Kabul airport with 200 foreigners on board, including Americans; Taliban say US must remove Haqqani family members from wanted list; China ramps up 'island capture' exercises in 2021; Philippine Defense Chief says time to reassess defense framework with US under rising China threat.저자 The Cipher Brief
 
Building software is difficult and time consuming, but the maintenance of software is where we spend the majority of our time. In this episode, Ian and sam join Johnny and Kris to discuss how to build actually maintainable software, the features of Go that make it good for writing maintainable software, and different ways that we might define the t…
 
This week we’ve been buying technology from Russia and playing OpenSpades. We announce that the Ubuntu Podcast is ending and round up our favourite stories from the tech news. It’s Season 14 Episode 27 of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson and Martin Wimpress are connected and speaking to your brain. In this week’s show: We discuss what we…
 
Episode 10 of the Console DevTools Podcast, a devtools discussion with David Mytton (Co-founder, Console) and Jean Yang (CEO, Akita Software). Tools discussed: Cue - 0pen source data validation language) Leapp (manage cloud access credentials) Find more interesting tools and beta releases for developers at https://console.dev Other things mentioned…
 
This week we’re bringing JS Party to The Changelog — Nick Nisi and Christopher Hiller had an awesome conversation with Luis Villa, co-founder and General Counsel at Tidelift. They discuss GitHub Copilot and the implications of an AI pair programmer and fair use from a legal perspective. Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work…
 
This week we’re bringing JS Party to The Changelog — Nick Nisi and Christopher Hiller had an awesome conversation with Luis Villa, co-founder and General Counsel at Tidelift. They discuss GitHub Copilot and the implications of an AI pair programmer and fair use from a legal perspective. Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work…
 
Connie Zweig, Ph.D., is the co-author of Meeting the Shadow and Romancing the Shadow, and the author of Meeting the Shadow of Spirituality and a novel, A Moth to the Flame: The Life of Sufi Poet Rumi. A retired therapist, she has extended shadow-work into late life and teaches aging as a spiritual practice. That is the focus of her latest book, The…
 
Yonatan Geifman of Deci makes Daniel and Chris buckle up, and takes them on a tour of the ideas behind his amazing new inference platform. It enables AI developers to build, optimize, and deploy blazing-fast deep learning models on any hardware. Don’t blink or you’ll miss it! Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get close…
 
Secretary of State Antony Blinken says Taliban are cooperating to let Americans with valid travel docs leave Afghanistan, while some experts call into question that claim; The US reports four Americans were evacuated via an overland route out of Afghanistan; Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair says the west should prepare for a bio-terror attack wh…
 
Josh and Kurt talk about GitHub Copilot. What can we learn from a report claiming 40% of code generated by Copilot has security vulnerabilities? Is this the future or just some sort of strange new thing that will be gone as fast as it came? Show Notes GitHub Copilot Copilot research paper
 
Today Adam is joined by Kurt Mackey, co-founder and CEO of Fly.io — a platform for running full stack apps and databases close to users. This conversation with Kurt talks through his journey as a developer and entrepreneur, fundraising, getting into Y Combinator (twice), and how they’ve iterated on the Fly platform since 2017 to get to where they a…
 
Amal, KBall, and Nick welcome David Khourshid to the show to talk about his project, XState. XState brings state management to a new level using finite state machines and is compatible with your stack. We talk about how the idea came to fruition, its practical uses, and where it’s going. Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our wor…
 
Today's top story: White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki acknowledged reports of civilian deaths in a recent air strike in Afghanistan and said the US also killed an ISIS ‘facilitator’. The US military says the car that was struck in a drone strike was carrying explosives. A new report from the Associated Press - citing local sources from the famil…
 
I’m Gerhard Lazu, host of Ship It! A show with weekly episodes about getting your best ideas into the world and seeing what happens. We talk about code, ops, infrastructure, and the people that make it happen. Like Charity Majors from Honeycomb… clip from episode #11 And Dave Farley, one of the founders of Continuous Delivery… clip from episode #5 …
 
In the 4th episode of the Open Dialogues podcast, we talk about the ins and outs of Conversational UX Writing with expert Gladys Diandoki. Gladys takes us on an exhilarating journey at the intersection of content design and conversation design, exploring: * What exactly is UX writing * What does the UX writing process look like (in theory and for r…
 
In this episode of the podcast Danese Cooper, Founder & Chair of InnerSource Commons, and long time open source veteran discusses Debunking Common Fears about Open Source (a great segway into our Open Source Strategy Forums upcoming in London and New York in October and November - that deal with open source in the regulated industry of financial se…
 
This show first aired on December 17, 2020. Erroll Garner, the jazz pianist, is undergoing an upward revaluation of the sort that artists dream of: a reputational transition forty-some years after he died. In his time, mid-twentieth century, Erroll Garner was a pop star on records and concert stages worldwide. He could make the piano sound like a b…
 
Today we lead with one of the craziest Afghanistan stories unfolding at the moment -- US Congressman Markwayne Mullin (R-OK) reportedly sparked a confrontation with US embassy staff in Tajikistan because he wanted assistance in passing thru Tajikistan with a large amount of money on his way to Afghanistan for a non-sanctioned mission to rescue US c…
 
To build or to buy, that’s a constant question we ask ourselves as software engineers. In this episode we dig into the nuance of these options and the space between them with an eye toward both the building of software and its eventual maintenance. Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the…
 
This week we’ve been building a new Ubuntu workstation. We interview Andreas Kling about SerenityOS, bring you some command line love and go over all your wonderful (and not so wonderful) feedback. It’s Season 14 Episode 26 of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson and Martin Wimpress are connected and speaking to your brain. In this week’s sh…
 
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