Using Open Data to Build Family Trees | The Open Source Show

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Erica Joy (@EricaJoy) joins Ashley McNamara (@ashleymcnamara) to share her not-so-secret personal mission: making genealogy information open, queryable, and easily parsable. She shares a bit about why this is so critical, common challenges, and tips for re-building your own family tree – or using open data to uncover whatever the information you need for your […]

All About Rust in Real Life: Linkerd 2.0 | The Open Source Show

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Oliver Gould (@olix0r), CTO at Buoyant and one of the creators of Linkerd, joins Lachie Evenson (@LachlanEvenson) to talk Rust: one of StackOverflow’s most loved programming languages for the 4th year running. Specifically, how and why Linkerd rewrote 2.0 in Rust, what’s changed over the years, and get Oliver’s tips for navigating tooling, package management, release channels, […]

Bring DevOps to Your Open Source Projects: Top 3 Tips for Maintainers | The Open Source Show

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Baruch Sadogurksy (@jbaruch), Head of Developer Relations at JFrog, and Aaron (@arschles), Cloud Advocate at Microsoft and Project Athens Maintainer, talk about the art of DevOps for Open Source – balancing contributor needs with the core DevOps principles: people, process, and tools. You’ll learn how to future-proof your projects, avoid the dreaded "Bus Factor," and […]

All About Rust | The Open Source Show

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Oliver Gould (@olix0r), CTO at Buoyant and one of the creators of Linkerd, joins Lachie Evenson (@LachlanEvenson) to talk about Rust – which was ranked the "the most loved programming language" in StackOverflow’s 2019 Developer survey. Oliver shares the fundamentals, why and where it’s used, and top tips for anyone looking to get started. You’ll learn about Oliver’s journey with Rust, […]

All About Go Modules and Dependency Management: Project Athens and GoCenter | The Open Source Show

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Baruch Sadogurksy (@jbaruch), Head of Developer Relations at JFrog, and Aaron (@arschles), Cloud Advocate at Microsoft and Project Athens Maintainer, talk all things Go Dependencies, Modules, and how and why GoCenter and Project Athens combine speed and immutability of builds for Go developers everywhere. You’ll learn the history of Go modules and the problems they solve, […]

All Things Conference ROI: Pro Tips for Attendees & First-Time Speakers | The Open Source Show

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Baruch Sadogursky (@jbaruch),  Head of Developer Relations at JFrog, and Aaron Schlesinger (@arschles) – both passionate conference speakers and attendees – share their tips for navigating the sea of conferences. You’ll learn why: Content + Networking = ROI (bigger isn’t always better!), how to evaluate sessions, speakers, topics, and ways to prioritize the conferences you […]

Open Source Security Best Practices for Developers, Contributors, and Maintainers | The Open Source Show

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Armon Dadgar (@armon), HashiCorp CTO and co-founder, and Aaron Schlesinger (@arschles) talk about how and why HashiCorp Vault is a security and open source product: two things traditionally considered at odds. You’ll learn how to avoid secret sprawl and protect your apps’ data, ways for contributors and maintainers to enhance the security of any project, […]

Top Diversity & Inclusion Tips for Job Seekers, Hiring Managers, and Interview Panelists | The Open Source Show

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Long-time friends Erica Baker (@EricaJoy), Engineering Manager and Project Include co-founder, and Ashley McNamara (@ashleymcnamara) talk how to create, keep, and find diverse, inclusive workplaces. You’ll learn why Erica joined other women in tech to create Project Include – and how you can use it to make YOUR workplace more welcoming, from compensation to resolving […]