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The Untold Stories of Open Source

The Linux Foundation Podcast Series

The Call for Code Project, with Daniel Krook

The Untold Stories of Open Source

Technology influences every aspect of our life. It's hard to remember a time when analog was separate from the digital. How do we balance the pace of innovation with its social impact when everything is changing so quickly?

Games and Digital Media in Open Source, with Royal O'Brien

The Untold Stories of Open Source

The Unreal gaming engine launched in 1998. It was a fun time. It was like, “Oh my God, we can build our own games and gaming maps!” But those earlier in the gaming cycle thought there was a better alternative already on the market.

Building Your Open Source Strategy, with Nithya Ruff

The Untold Stories of Open Source

A lot of the companies I've worked for were trying to transition from proprietary or very siloed products, very black box products to more standards based products. And that seems to be a common thread that I've gone through even in proprietary companies.

Management and Diversity in the Open Source Community with Sara Chipps

The Untold Stories of Open Source

As Sara Chipps delved deeper into the world of open source and moved up into senior engineering and management roles, there was a specific skill she learned about how to work with and manage engineers.

A New Model for Technical Training, with Clyde Seepersad

The Untold Stories of Open Source

Clyde Seepersad is the Senior Vice President & General Manager, of the Training & Certification Project at The Linux Foundation. He carries the idea with him that failure is temporary. Knowing that can help you get through some pretty intense situations.

The Business Side of Open Source, with Patrick Debois

The Untold Stories of Open Source

The first time Patrick Debois came into contact with Open Source was in the early stages of development of the Linux kernel, compiling it on floppies on his 486 machine. To tell you how long ago that was, the Intel 486 was introduced in 1989, It was the first chip in the line to include a built-in math coprocessor.

A Life in Open Source, with Brian Behlendorf

The Untold Stories of Open Source

Brian Behlendorf came from a science and technology background. In fact, his parents met at IBM where his father was a Cobol programmer. During the 1980s, Brian was comfortable in front of a TRS 80 and a PC junior doing basic programming and term reports.

Balancing Priorities at the CNCF, with Priyanka Sharma

The Untold Stories of Open Source

Priyanka Sharma has had a long career in tech. After graduating from Stanford in 2009, she worked at Google in the Online Partnerships Group, was a technical consultant where she onboarded new DoubleClick clients, and acted as interim Product Manager for internal insights tools.

The Untold Stories of Open Source - An Introduction to the new Podcast from the Linux Foundation

The Untold Stories of Open Source

Open Source is embedded in every software application you touch today. It's impossible to build a large scale application without it. The real question is, what's the story behind that component, application, or framework you just downloaded? Not the specs. Not the functionality. The real story: 'Who wrote the code? What is their backstory? What led them to the Open Source community?'