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What Matters is a podcast focusing on the things the Mattermost community, both internal and external, think matter the most. This includes topics around ChatOps, Open Source Software, Technology, DevOps, and everything that matters.

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What Matters is a podcast focusing on the things the Mattermost community, both internal and external, think matter the most. This includes topics around ChatOps, Open Source Software, Technology, DevOps, and everything that matters.

    What Matters - Episode 33 - Getting to Know Auth with Dan Moore

    What Matters - Episode 33 - Getting to Know Auth with Dan Moore

    In this episode of What Matters, PJ sits down with Dan Moore, Head of DevRel for FusionAuth, to discuss the importance of authentication to organizational security, open source authentication options, and whether blockchain has a future as an auth tool. 

    • 20 min
    What Matters - Episode 32 - Creating a DevOps Culture with Angel Rivera

    What Matters - Episode 32 - Creating a DevOps Culture with Angel Rivera

    Nailing DevOps might seem like an exercise in hiring the right people or getting the right tools — but successful DevOps journeys need to start with the right team culture. CircleCI Developer Advocate Angel Rivera joins PJ to discuss the importance of developing a collaborative DevOps culture, embracing failure, and understanding how the industry is changing. 

    • 34 min
    What Matters - Episode 31 - Infrastructure as Clouds with Kat Cosgrove

    What Matters - Episode 31 - Infrastructure as Clouds with Kat Cosgrove

    Does DevOps make things too easy, or does it abstract away so much that it makes developers' work harder in the long run? In this episode, PJ sits down with Kat Cosgrove, Developer Advocate for Pulumi, to talk about the evolution of DevOps tools, how infrastructure as code (or software) helps bring devs and ops teams closer together, and the mainstreaming of open source. 
     
     

    • 26 min
    Rocket to Community with Chris DeMars

    Rocket to Community with Chris DeMars

    We know what the Open Source and Startup world is like - but what about Community work in the enterprise?
     
    PJ sits down with Chris DeMars to talk about how Rocket Mortgage engages with folks on the Open Source front, the community front, and also on Chris' passion, the #a11y front.

    • 26 min
    Head in the Clouds with James D Bohrman

    Head in the Clouds with James D Bohrman

    What makes Cloud First development so prevalent? If it's not the new hotness, why is it still how we get things done  when deploying apps? And where does Kubernetes and Docker fit in to all of this?
    In this episode, PJ sits down with Cloud Native Engineer and founder of CloudSpeakers.dev, James D Bohrman to talk Cloud's past, present, and future.
    And to hear more about the present, we are joined by Ben Lloyd Pearson with his most recent Open Source News update!

    • 16 min
    Accessing Accessibility with Adrian Roselli

    Accessing Accessibility with Adrian Roselli

    What comes to mind when you hear the word accessibility? Users with disabilities? Blind folks trying to access web applications? The deaf community?
    All these people may come to mind when thinking of accessibility, but to really get people on board, we need to think of the CEO one handing a mobile device while picking up a coffee in midtown Manhattan. We need to make it a personal story.
    In this episode, accessibility expert and consultant Adrian Roselli sits down with our host, PJ, to discuss not just why we need accessible applications, but also how to get started and some easy tips and tools to use.
    This episode also features Ben Lloyd Pearson with the Open Source News. We chat about AI platforms for 3D printing, scholarships at the OpenSSF, and Open Source licensing issues at a TV company and from a former President.

    • 26 min

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