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Chris Aniszczyk on starting Open Source Foundations
Chris Aniszczyk is the CTO of the CNCF. We discuss how he got into open source, what it's like to work at Twitter and how he helped start the CNCF. Plus, Chris gives us an overview of the different kinds of CNCF projects and offers advice on how to get started with Kubernetes.
IBM Extreme Blue
The universal data plane API
Universal Data Plane API Working Group
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Special Guest: Chris Aniszczyk.
Adam Jacob on saying Goodbye to OpenCore
Matt and Brandon interview Adam Jacob the co-founder of Chef. We discuss Adam's career, what led him to start Chef and Chef's recent decision to open source 100% of its Software. Plus, Adam give us some tips on Dungeons & Dragons and transitioning from being a founder to an executive.
Goodbye Open Core — Good Riddance to Bad Rubbish
We need Sustainable Free and Open Source Communities
Sustainable Free and Open Source Communities
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Special Guest: Adam Jacob.
Jeff Meyerson on starting the Software Engineering Daily Podcast
Jeff Meyerson is the host of Software Engineering Daily. We talk about his career and what led him to start a daily tech podcast for software engineers. We also talk about current trends in cloud computing and Jeff recounts his career as professional poker player.
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Special Guest: Jeff Meyerson.
Version control, DevOps, Code Reviews, Semantic Merging, Spanish Startups, & Plastic SCM
Version control has changed a lot over the past 15 years: we’ve moved from a centralized to a distributed model at the basic level. But the practices people follow have changed and grown as new methodologies like DevOps and continuous delivery have relied on version control for operational stability and reliability. In this interview, Coté talks with Plastic SCM’s Pablo Santos to get the low-down and some tips on doing version control better. We also discuss Plastic SCM and how their approach to semantic merging and mergebot-driven automation addresses version control toil.
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Special Guest: Pablo Santos.
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Umair Khan on AI Ops and Cloud Security
Brandon interviews Umair Khan about his experience working in AI Ops and Cloud Security. Umair recently joned Scytale and he explains how the SPIFFE open soruce project can help secure communication between cloud services.
Why I joined Scytale
Special Guest: Umair Khan.
Jake Moilanen on going from Employee to Entrepreneur to Venture Capitalist
Jake Moilanen started and sold two companies and is now joining the ranks of Venture Capital. We discuss his career, his approach to investing and he explains what it is like to bringup the Linux Kernel on a supercomputer for the first time.
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Special Guest: Jake Moilanen.
Still waiting for them to define software
Great show, came for a simple definition of software, not sure if they have figured it out yet, but’s it’s fun to hear them try.