Software Freedom สาธารณะ
[search 0]
เพิ่มเติม

ดาวน์โหลดแอปเลย!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
Developing Software can be complex and present unique obstacles and challenges for industries, executives, and engineers. From the Thoughtful Software Podcast, this episode of TSP Moments takes a look back to episode 32, where Andrew and Fahad sat down with IDesign CEO and legendary software architect Juval Lowy to how the software industry has got…
 
Systems of record, systems of engagement, and systems of intelligence. What exactly are these various systems and why are they so vital to success? Today, we take a look back and a deeper dive into episode 66 to examine the way these particular systems build upon one another and why it's so crucial for tech leaders to understand them.…
 
TSP Moments from the Thoughtful Software Podcast takes a look back at episode 64 and Status Meetings. Research shows that status meetings aren't just making us feel bad; they may destroy our productivity and possibly even our mental and physical health. Fortunately, there are ways to stop this and relieve the stress and difficulties of excessive me…
 
Andrew and Fahad are Live from SaaStr 2021 to discuss various Systems such as Systems of Intelligence, Systems of Record, and Systems of Engagement, how they work together to build the foundation for organizations, and why these types of systems are so crucial for tech leaders to understand.โดย Fahad Shoukat and Andrew Wolfe
 
Taking a look back as well as a deeper dive into episode 41 where Andrew and Fahad discuss Collaboration Architecture, why it's important, what it means for the future, and how to embrace Collaboration Architecture today to prepare for the challenges that lie ahead.โดย Fahad Shoukat and Andrew Wolfe
 
SFP#12: Enforcement of the GNU GPL with Till Jaeger With our 12th episode of the Software Freedom Podcast we dig into the history and the beginning of enforcing Free Software licences, especially the GNU General Public Licence (GNU GPL). Together with Till Jaeger, who has been working alongside Harald Welte for enforcing the GNU GPL in the first co…
 
TSP Moments, from the Thoughtful Software Podcast, is both a look back as well as a deeper dive into some of the subjects discussed during the Thoughtful Software Podcast. We're taking a look back at episode 65, where Andrew and Fahad sat down with Chris Dix of the BBC to discuss emerging tech in media and entertainment as well as how deepfakes can…
 
Our guest today is Chris Dix, Head of Technology Transformation for Audience Products at the BBC. With a career spanning over 20 years in the communications, broadcast, and media sectors, Chris is a proven leader in the Media and Entertainment industry, transforming ideas and technology into groundbreaking next-generation solutions through a broade…
 
Jim Thomas is a Senior Manager of Product and brings over 15 years of experience in operations, project, and product management to the discussion. Jim’s leadership drives strategy, transparency, and a great customer experience delivering products that are simple, scalable, and sustainable. Together Jim, Andrew, and Fahad discuss overcoming the proj…
 
Despite the availability of many project management tools, there is still a 70% failure rate within the software industry. Join us as Andrew and Fahad discuss the issues that stem from using project management tools, whether they are genuinely effective, and how to use these tools without undermining the ability to innovate and succeed. Show Notes:…
 
SFP#11: REUSE Booster and our update on REUSE with Max Mehl Max Mehl and Bonnie Mehring talk about the REUSE initiative and the newly launched REUSE Booster programme. This 11th episode of the Software Freedom Podcast is the perfect match for you if you are interested in Free Software licensing and curious about how REUSE and its tools make that ea…
 
In this episode of the Thoughtful Software Podcast, Andrew and Fahad discuss team building in software, hiring methods for creating the best team possible, ways to screen for the best cross-functional candidates, and proven methods for instilling quality leadership to help train and mentor junior developers to be the next wave of industry leaders. …
 
This is episode is about designing software that enables your vision as an organization to become reality. Although this topic may seem simple, it is a common problem that trips up many projects. Join Andrew and Fahad as they discuss how technology leaders should capture and communicate ideas, approach innovation, and bridge the communication gap t…
 
In this episode, Andrew and Fahad discuss quantum computers, what they are, how they are different, why they will be game-changing for software, and how technology leaders can begin developing strategies now for quantum computing. Show Notes Background: Classic computers have bits that are defined by either a zero or a one (binary), however, there …
 
In this episode, Andrew and Fahad examine digital transformation with a focus on people and strong leadership, how digital transformation should be established at the executive level, ways to keep up with competitors, and how an organization can begin transforming in a way that is healthy for the business and employees. Show Notes Over the next sev…
 
SFP#10: How to support Free Software and a sustainable digital infrastructure In our 10th episode of the Software Freedom Podcast we talk with Elisa Lindinger from Superrr Lab. Together we discuss problems faced by Free Software projects and how to tackle them. In a broader frame we discover what would be needed for a more sustainable digital infra…
 
In this episode, Andrew and Fahad demystify software architecture, discussing what defines architecture, how to make it less complicated, what the real goals of architecture should be, why patterns and technical debt are important, and how company execs can use this knowledge to empower their business. Show Notes Software systems are becoming incre…
 
Karen and Bradley discuss two other DMCA exemptions filed by Software Freedom Conservancy during the 2020/2021 Triennial Rulemaking Process at the copyright office: one for wireless router firmwares and one for privacy research. Show Notes: Segment 0 (00:39) Supporters of Conservancy can join this mailing list to hear and see live recordings of eve…
 
In this episode, Andrew and Fahad take a deeper dive into Data Mesh Architecture, discussing why it's important as well as examining the value of centralized vs decentralized structures. They also discuss data mesh nodes, examine some common issues a business might face with data mesh, and explore ways an enterprise can transition from a centralize…
 
SFP#9: I Love Free Software Day For this episode of the Software Freedom Podcast we talk about the background of the "I Love Free Software Day" and how it all began 11 years ago. Discover together with Bonnie Mehring why Free Software developers, advocates, activists and contributors think this special day is so important for Free Software. In this…
 
This episode is a discussion about the vision being your guide to navigate your digital initiatives. Don’t let yourself be tied to a contract. Be adaptable and flexible. There is no playbook but you can take steps to deliver thoughtful software. At the end of the day, it's all about value and delivering a product that your customers not only love b…
 
This episode is all about storytelling and data. By itself, data is just numbers. However, if presented as a story the impact is far-reaching on how it shapes the content we consume. To become a visionary Technology leader, storytelling is key to bring clarity in a noisy world. Show Notes: Humans are wired for story Data + story equals a more compe…
 
Software Freedom Conservancy filed multiple exemptions in the USA Copyright Office Triennial Rulemaking Process under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). In this episode, Karen and Bradley explore the details of Conservancy's filing to request permission to circumvent technological restriction measures in order to investigate infringement …
 
In this episode, Andrew and Fahad reflect on the state of software and technology in 2020. They discuss what advancements were made that enabled various platforms to become more thoughtful, as well as what companies can improve upon in the coming year. From the medical industry to privacy and data, join Andrew and Fahad as they bring us insight on …
 
In this episode, we are speaking with Darren Gallop CEO and co-founder of Securicy, a venture-backed company that helps startups simplify information security and privacy compliance. Listen to Andrew, Fahad, and Darren cover the most common mistakes SaaS founders make when it comes to security. They also explore the best practices to follow and sha…
 
Our topic for discussion on this episode is centered around Emerging Tech such as computer vision, AI, NLP, and specific steps to take if you want to start an Emerging Technology Project. At the end of the day, it all comes down to playing the long game, thinking long term, and spending time where it’s needed the most - discovery. Listen in as Andr…
 
SFP#8: How to tell my mother that Free Software can cost money? In this Software Freedom Podcast episode Bonnie Mehring and Matthias Kirschner talk about the monetary costs of Free Software. On the example of a conversation Bonnie had with her mother, both discover ways of explaining the world of Free Software and how to answer common questions and…
 
Unfettered Freedom is a video podcast that focuses on news and topics about GNU/Linux, free software and open source software. On this freedom-packed episode: 0:00 Intro 1:37 Linus Torvalds wants Linux to run on M1 Mac 8:00 The most popular Snap packages in 2020 14:15 Funtoo and Sabayon are joining forces 18:44 Fedora switching from Pulse/Jack with…
 
In this episode, we are exploring the topic of microservices. Together, Andrew and Fahad discuss the details of microservices, who should utilize them, how they work, advantages and disadvantages, best practices, and examples where the utilization of microservices benefitted major companies. Show Notes: What are microservices and why are they impor…
 
We are excited to bring you a brand new episode focusing on the topic of delivering value and the software development life cycle. Listen in as Andrew and Fahad discuss why thinking about value is more important than shipping features, agility vs agile, Point Theater, the roles of Project Managers and Product Managers, how to measure value, and so …
 
In this episode we are jumping into the cloud, specifically discussing how businesses can deploy a multi-cloud strategy to diversify services, mitigate risk, and enable innovation. Andrew and Fahad discuss the ins and outs of a multi-cloud distributed architecture and why it's essential for every technology business. Episode Highlights Defining mul…
 
In this episode, we are speaking with psychologist and tech founder, Kat Houghton. Kat founded ilumivu to help mental health clinicians and researchers support real-time behavioral interventions. She is a pioneer in using digital tech to disrupt the way mental health is accessed and delivered. Listen in as Andrew, Fahad, and Kat discuss health and …
 
SFP#7 Artificial intelligence as Free Software with Vincent Lequertier For the seventh episode of our Software Freedom Podcast we talk with Vincent Lequertier about transparency, fairness, and accessibility as crucial criteria for artificial intelligence (AI) and why it is important for our society to release AI software under a Free Software licen…
 
The relationship between a CFO and technical executives is vital for the health of a successful company, but sometimes CFOs get the reputation for saying No and shutting down tech projects. In this episode, we are speaking with Mahesh Patel, CFO of Druva. Mahesh gives us great insight into how CFOs view innovation and taking risks as well as giving…
 
This episode is all about simplicity. Too often, especially in the software industry, we make things too big and too complicated and miss the point when it comes to designing great software. The focus should always be on the user and solving problems. Listen in as Andrew and Fahad discuss what it really means to value simplicity in software archite…
 
Recently, Andrew and Fahad led a webinar in the Kakou CxO Community, a private platform for CXOs and technology leaders to collaborate on topics from data privacy to emerging technologies, This discussion was on the topic of the Evolution of Data Architecture: Moving to a Data Mesh. Andrew and Fahad examine the benefits of a Data Mesh, how to get s…
 
A glossed over part of the recent Twitter Hack was the underinvestment in internal tooling. In this episode, we’re discussing the hack, how companies can strategize, where and how privacy fits in, and what both startups and enterprises can do to address internal tooling. We hope you enjoy this conversation! Episode Highlights: Defining social engin…
 
Software is a team effort, and it centers around people. There isn't really any automation or AI that can solve the entire problem. AI might be a piece of the puzzle, but it really needs to be centered around how to get people to come together, share the values do the right thing. This episode of the Thoughtful Software Podcast is all about the imp…
 
In this episode, we’re diving into the world of Open Source with expert in the field, Amanda McPherson. Amanda is an advisor, board member, writer, and college lecturer on technology, marketing, and open source issues. Previously, she was the Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President of Developer Programs for The Linux Foundation, a worldwide non-…
 
SFP#6 Copyright enforcement with Miriam Ballhausen We invited Miriam Ballhausen to talk with us about copyright enforcement. She is a German lawyer who focuses on software, data protection, copyright law and specifically Free Software copyright. This is the sixth regular episode of the Software Freedom Podcast for which we invite experts from our c…
 
Loading …

คู่มืออ้างอิงด่วน

Google login Twitter login Classic login