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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.
 
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Open Source Security Podcast

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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.
 
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 ...
 
Better positioning gives you an unfair advantage, helping you expand your community (and your revenue). I write about all kinds of positioning and open source business thoughts on Positioning Open Source. How do you build a business around open source technology? Delve into the intricacies of open source strategy, licensing, positioning, product development and more with founders and experts on The Business of Open Source. My next free webinar is about using storytelling to grow your open so ...
 
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Open Source Utopia

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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.
 
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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The Craft Of Open Source

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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 ...
 
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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Impactful Open Source

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Impactful Open Source

Richard Littauer

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We seek out stories of open source successes, moving from beyond source code and into the world at large. We focus on code which didn't just turn into a large enterprise business, but which passed through universities, cities, governments, and the world to make a real difference in people's lives. Our guests are open sourcerers, academics, open source program officers, and everyone in between.
 
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Open Source Voices

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Open Source Voices

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Open Source Voices, a recurring podcast series sponsored by Intel’s Open Source Technology Center, goes beyond the code to explore the broader perspectives and implications of open source development, from cloud, virtualization and containers to IoT, edge, robotics, web technologies and more.
 
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Humans of Open Source

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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.
 
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 ...
 
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 academic research, white papers, and journalism emerging from the cryptocurrency and block ...
 
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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Josh and Kurt talk about a tweet from @kmcquade3 asking the question "What's a concept in security that is generally accepted as true but is actually bull%$#*?" How many of the replies make sense? Most of them do. We go over some of the best replies as fast as we can. Show Notes The tweet that started it all Mark Loveless Mark Manning Richard (Dick…
 
Episode 500!!! And it has been a journey! Nearly 13 years ago we started this podcast and as of today (this episode) we’ve officially shipped our 500th episode. As a companion to this episode, Jerod and Adam shipped a special Backstage episode where they reflect on 500 episodes. And…not only has it been a journey for us, but it’s also been a journe…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we return to our FINOS Debrief episodes (now monthly) that wrap up the past month in the FINOS Ecosystem - and look forward to the next month and beyond. FINOS August Newsletter (for most of the links from the podcast): https://www.finos.org/newsletter/finos-august-newsletter August 10 - FINOS Q3 ALL COMMUNITY CALL R…
 
This show originally aired on December 20, 2018. A tribute to Leonard Bernstein with Nigel Simeone, Jamie Bernstein, and Augusta Read Thomas. Leonard Bernstein, the multi-musician, did it all in his lifetime. At his 100th anniversary this year, the only question people still ask about the man is an odd one: did he do enough? Did he leave the messag…
 
Technology influences every aspect of our life. It's hard to remember a time when analog was separate from the digital. How do we balance the pace of innovation with its social impact when everything is changing so quickly? For Daniel Krook, these two threads converged in 1995. Dan went to Trinity College, a small liberal arts school in Hartford, C…
 
Wondering why your customers are hitting your landing pages and they're not becoming customers? More often than not, you're sitting on an awesome product. You know it, I know it, and your mom knows it. So why aren't people buying? The answer is social proof. People want to see that other people have used your product and loved it before they're wil…
 
Today I sit down with Ev Kontsevoy, the CEO and co-founder of Teleport, a software company that began as an open source project. Teleport is an identity aware multi protocol access proxy that Ev was inspired to create because of the inherent frustrations with security he experienced in his career. Ev talks about how Teleport began as an open source…
 
In this episode, our host Karsten Hohage talks with our guests Volker Buzek and Peter Muessig about wdi5, an open-source end-to-end testing framework for UI5. Volker and Peter explain the history of wdi5, how to use it, and how it became a community project. We also learn about planned features of wdi5 and how to best get involved. Guests: Volker B…
 
Fleet is the most widely used open-source OSQuery manager. It allows you to get accurate data from every endpoint in your organization and allow organizations to have complete control over their data. Fleet has been instrumental in businesses, for it is a scalable and resilient platform that manages your workloads. In this episode, Mike McNeil, the…
 
Chris is a Senior Customer Engineer on the Fast Track for Azure team at Microsoft. He has a focus in modern applications built with DevOps, microservices, containers, Single Page Apps, RESTful APIs, and cloud technologies following agile practices. In his free time, Chris is a speaker at numerous meetups, an avid reader and a gamer. You can follow …
 
Oleksii Trekhleb has a new drawing app, Zach Leatherman did some markdown generator speed tests, Jorge Fioranelli built a framework for Engineering Managers, Crockford got interviewed on Evrone & Daniel Sieger wrote up his clean coding advice. Discuss on Changelog News Changelog++ members support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the ads …
 
Welcome. Hey guys, how you going? It's Dean here. And this is Open Source Growth. In today's episode, I'm going to talk to you all about a unique discovery I've just made only about an hour ago, and I hope I'm the only person that hasn't made this discovery. But before I do go talk about this unique discovery, which will dramatically improve your a…
 
Josh and Kurt talk about leap seconds. Every time there's a leap second, things break. Facebook wants to get rid of them because they break computers, but Google found a clever way to keep leap seconds without breaking anything. Corner cases are hard, security is often just one huge corner case. There are lessons we can learn here. Show Notes How a…
 
This week we’re joined again by Ben Ubois and we’re talking about RSS. Yes, RSS…the tech that never seems to die and yet so many of us rely on it daily. Ben is the creator of Feedbin, which is self-described as “a nice place to read on the web.” Ben is also the maker of a new app on iOS for people who like podcasts. It’s called Airshow and you can …
 
This show first aired on March 29, 2018. In the annals of rock music albums, Van Morrison’s Astral Weeks is one of a kind. In an earthy medium, it’s a masterpiece of abstraction. Indecipherable. Irresistible. Influential. Accidental, it seemed, from the first licks in a Boston studio, in the crisis year of 1968. It comes back 50 years later from an…
 
Today I’m joined by Cillian Kieran, the CEO and co-founder of Ethyca, to talk about the privacy challenges that served as the impetus to found Ethyca. In our chat, he explains the overarching goals of the privacy engineering platform. We discuss the decision to begin Ethyca as an open source tool and why that was critical to the mission. Then we ta…
 
In this episode of the podcast, FINOS CTO Jane Gavronsky, Senior Technical Architect Rob Moffat, and Head of Marketing Grizz Griswold do a retrospective of the most recent edition of the Open Source in Finance Forum (OSFF) London from July 2022. We talk about the keynotes, the hallway track, roundtables, and key takeaways from the event. Links belo…
 
Brandur thinks soft deletion probably isn’t worth it, the orange website delivers a high quality discussion on data structures, Podge O’Brien drops satirical management advice, team pico delivers prose.sh, Mat Ryer shares his thoughts on estimations & Matt Rickard’s thoughts on RSS have us thinking about it as well. Discuss on Changelog News Change…
 
Josh and Kurt talk about Microsoft creating a policy of not allowing anyone to charge for open source in their app store. This policy was walked back quickly, but it raises some questions about how fair or unfair open source really is. It's mostly unfair to developers if you look at the big picture. Show Notes Syft Grype Microsoft bans and unbans o…
 
This week we’re joined by On Freund, former VP of Engineering at WeWork and now co-founder & CEO of Wilco. WeWork you may have heard of, but Wilco maybe not (yet). We get into the details behind the tech and scaling of WeWork, comparisons of the fictional series on Apple TV+ called WeCrashed and how much of that is true. Then we move on to Wilco wh…
 
This show originally aired on July 6, 2017. Henry David Thoreau, our specimen of American genius in nature, wrote famously short, and long. “Simplify,” in a one-word sentence of good advice. But then 2-million words on 7-thousand pages in his quotable lifetime journal. It’s one of many odd points to notice about Thoreau at his 200th birthday: that …
 
Hey guys, it's Dean here, and this is open-source growth. And in today's illustrious old recording, shall I say it is currently five 17 on one of the chilliest days in, I personally believe to be like my own history. I'm 32 years of age, but in Victorian history, I think I woke up this morning and it was about zero degrees Celsius here, which for y…
 
Today I’m joined by CEO and founder of LeanIX, André Christ. André begins by describing his business, and then explains how his experiences working in large enterprise inspired him to build a product that would help businesses catalogue their software and optimize their portfolios. André offers advice for companies desiring to sell primarily to ent…
 
Anthony Hobday has 37 ways to spice up your designs, James Bennett has opinions on open source and PyPi security, Alicia Sykes compiled some awesome security/privacy options, ContextKeeper layouts out the real price of context switching, and Nick Nisi tells us all about jqq. Bam! Bam! Bam! Discuss on Changelog News Changelog++ members support our w…
 
Josh and Kurt talk about PyPI mandating two factor authentication for the top 1% of projects. It feels like a simple idea, but it's not when you start to think about it. What problems does 2FA solve? How common are these attacks? What are the second and third order effects of mandating 2FA? This episode should have something for everyone on all sid…
 
This week we’re talking with Daniel Thompson about Tauri and their journey to their recent 1.0 release. Tauri is often compared to Electron - it’s a toolkit that lets you build software for all major desktop operating systems using web technologies. It was built for the security-focused, privacy-respecting, and environmentally-conscious software en…
 
The Unreal gaming engine launched in 1998. It was a fun time. It was like, “Oh my God, we can build our own games and gaming maps!” But those earlier in the gaming cycle thought there was a better alternative already on the market: the launch of Quake in 1996. Royal O’Brien, currently GM of Digital Media and Games at the Linux Foundation was one of…
 
This episode was first broadcast on February 18, 2021. The invitation this hour, or maybe the dream, is to learn how to write short stories with the poignancy and power of the old Russian Masters, and how to become better versions of ourselves in the process. Anton Chekhov is our model writer; the modern American master George Saunders is our model…
 
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