The Entrepreneurial Open Source podcast features successful entrepreneurs from around the globe, sharing practical lessons about how they have built their businesses through open source participation and leadership. Learn more at entrepreneurialopensource.org
Adam Gibson: Deep Learning Through Open Source - The Entrepreneurial Open Source Podcast
Gael and Thabang are joined by Adam Gibson, who shares lessons learned from ten years in open source Java, discusses deep learning infrastructure, and why Konduit adopted a SaaS model.
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Dirk Riehle: A Researcher Perspective on the Role of Open Source in Market Disruption
Gael and Thabang are joined by Dirk Riehle, a professor of open source software at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, to talk about business models based on open source strategies, and why businesses might choose to go down this route.
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ADLINK: Giving Back to Open Source — with Angelo Corsaro
Gael and Thabang are joined by Angelo Corsaro, chief technology officer at ADLINK Technology, to discuss the open source edge computing landscape, and how open source participation is a two-way street.
TypeFox: Innovating With Open Source — with Miro Spönemann
On the latest episode of the Entrepreneurial Open Source Podcast, Gael and Thabang are joined by Miro Spönemann, general manager and software architect at TypeFox, to discuss how contributing to open source projects like Eclipse Xtext has influenced his work at TypeFox, and how participating in open source communities has helped raise the company’s profile.
Webtide: Building an Open Source Lifestyle Business — with Jesse McConnell & Greg Wilkins
On the latest episode of the Entrepreneurial Open Source Podcast, Thabang is joined by Webtide CTO Greg Wilkins and CEO Jesse McConnell to discuss moving their technology to an open source foundation, finding a business model that stayed true to their initial goals, and embracing the “lifestyle company” label.
Aloxy: From research to commercial success — with Frank Gielissen & Glenn Ergeerts
On the latest episode of the Entrepreneurial Open Source Podcast, Thabang and Gael are joined by Aloxy CTO Glenn Ergeerts and CCO Frank Gielissen to talk about the company’s journey from research at the University of Antwerp to commercial success in the petro-chemical industry.