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 […]

Intro to Service Meshes: Data Planes, Control Planes, and More | The Open Source Show

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Armon Dadgar (@armon), HashiCorp CTO and co-founder joins Aaron Schlesinger (@arschles) to school him on all things service meshes. You’ll understand what a service mesh actually does, when and why it makes sense to use them, the role of observability, and the differences between data planes and control planes (and what’s relevant to app developers).  Armon makes […]

Machine Learning on Code | The Open Source Show

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Machine Learning + Natural Language Processing + Source Code = code2vec Francesc Campoy (@francesc), VP Developer Relations at source{d} joins us to talk about ML-assisted code review (Lookout) and the Public Git Archive. You’ll learn how and why source{d} makes uses a dataset based on many GitHub repos available as public datasets to train its […]

7 Tips for Creating Technical Content | The Open Source Show

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Based on their experiences writing for various sites, hosting YouTube series, and organizing and presenting at conferences, Adron Hall (@adron) and Christina Warren (@film_girl) share their top tips for creating technical content, including the critical things that are easy to forget. You’ll learn where they (and others) have gone wrong, so you don’t make the […]

Intro to Observability-Driven Development | The Open Source Show

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How do you make decisions to flip feature flags or know if edge cases really matter? Who should care about observability? How do you build a culture around asking and answering questions about the software you create? Christine Yen, Honeycomb.io co-founder and Chief Product Officer, and Aneel Lakhani, Honeycomb.io VP Business Development, join Lachie to […]