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Listened to ANTHOLOGY — The technical bits with Heikki Linnakangas, Robert Aboukhalil & Scott Ford at ATO 2023 (Changelog Interviews #570)
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This week we’re taking you to the hallway track of All Things Open 2023 in Raleigh, NC. Today’s episode features: Heikki Linnakangas (Co-founder of Neon and Postgres hacker), Robert Aboukhalil (Bioinformatics software engineer) working on bringing desktop apps to the web with Wasm, and Scott Ford who loves taking a cod...

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Listened to Cup o' Go | 🗓️ Go 1.22RC1 next week; 📈 show analytics year in review, and chat with Jon Bodner, 📕 author of Learning Go, 2nd Ed.
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🐚 golang.org/x/crypto/ssh fix pre-announcement, upgrade Monday, December 18The Go wiki has moved!🗓️ Go 1.22RC1 coming Tuesday, December 19Proposals👎 declined: cmd/compile: allow compile-time override of constants👎 declined: cmd/go: add language localization support to go docGo blog: Finding...

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Listened to Ep 97: Munya Chawawa | Off Menu with Ed Gamble and James Acaster on Acast
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Instagram sensation and satirist Munya Chawawa is this week’s guest. But, as he has another restaurant booking to get to, will he leave us wanting more? Follow Munya on Twitter and Instagram : @munyachawawa Visit Munya’s website munyachawawa.com Recorded by and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive Productions. Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design) and Amy Browne (illustrations). Follow Off Menu on Twitter and Instagram : @offmenuofficial. And go to our website www.offmenupodcast.co.uk for a list of restaurants recommended on the show. Watch Ed and James's YouTube series 'Just Puddings'. Watch here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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This was a really great episode for everyone doing APIs of every sort 👀

Listened to HATEOAS corpus (Changelog & Friends #24)
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Jerod is back with another “It Depends” episode! This time he’s joined by Kris Brandow from Go Time and they’re talking all things API design. What makes a good API? Is GraphQL a solid choice? Why do we do REST wrong? And WTF does HATEOAS mean, anyway?

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Listened to Software Supply Chain Security with Michael Lieberman - Software Engineering Daily by SEDaily 
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One of the most famous software exploits in recent years was the SolarWinds attack in 2020. In this attack, Russian hackers inserted malicious code into the SolarWinds Orion system, allowing them to infiltrate the systems of numerous corporations and government agencies, including the U.S. executive branch, military, and intelligence services. This was an example of

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Listened to The Art of Open Source: A Conversation with Stephen Augustus | Open at Intel by PodBean Development 
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Stephen Augustus, the Head of Open Source at Cisco, shares his experiences and insights about contributing to and maintaining open source projects including Kubernetes and OpenSSF Scorecard. Stephen highlights the importance of building sustainable practices and the value of having product, program, and project management skills in open source projects. Discussions delve into the inner workings of the Kubernetes project, the role and functionality of the OpenSSF Scorecard, and the process of incorporating new contributors and projects. He further emphasizes the importance of transparency and intentionality in corporations' involvement in open source projects. 00:00 Introduction and Guest Background00:22 Stephen's Journey into Open Source and Kubernetes05:41 The Success Factors of Kubernetes06:09 Maintaining the Maintainers: The Balance of Work in Open Source06:28 The Role of Corporations in Open Source09:03 The Overwhelming Nature of Open Source Contribution10:10 The Impact of Kubernetes on Other Open Source Projects10:59 The Increasing Complexity in Full Stack Development12:29 The Importance of Open Source Project Management20:27 OpenSSF Scorecard  Guest: Stephen Augustus is a Black engineering director and leader in open source communities. He is the Head of Open Source at Cisco, working within the Strategy, Incubation, & Applications (SIA) organization. For Kubernetes, he has co-founded transformational elements of the project, including the KEP (Kubernetes Enhancements Proposal) process, the Release Engineering subproject, and Working Group Naming. Stephen has also previously served as a chair for both SIG PM and SIG Azure. He continues his work in Kubernetes as a Steering Committee member and a Chair for SIG Release. Across the wider LF (Linux Foundation) ecosystem, Stephen has the pleasure of serving as a member of the OpenSSF Governing Board and the OpenAPI Initiative Business Governing Board. Previously, he was a TODO Group Steering Committee member, a CNCF (Cloud Native Computing Foundation) TAG Contributor Strategy Chair, and one of the Program Chairs for KubeCon / CloudNativeCon, the cloud native community’s flagship conference. He is a maintainer for the Scorecard and Dex projects, and a prolific contributor to CNCF projects, amongst the top 40 (as of writing) code/content committers, all-time. In 2020, Stephen co-founded the Inclusive Naming Initiative, a cross-industry group dedicated to helping projects and companies make consistent, responsible choices to remove harmful language across codebases, standards, and documentation. He has previously held positions at VMware (via Heptio), Red Hat, and CoreOS. Stephen is based in New York City.

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Listened to Gleaming the KubeCon with Solomon Hykes, Tammer Saleh, James McShane, Steve Francis & Spencer Smith @ KubeCon 2023 (Changelog Interviews #568)
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This week we’re gleaming the KubeCon. Ok, some people say CubeCon, while others say KubeCon…we talk with Solomon Hykes about all things Dagger, Tammer Saleh and James McShane about going beyond cloud native with SuperOrbital, and Steve Francis and Spencer Smith about the state of Talos Linux and what they’re working on...

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Listened to Open Source Contributing with Brian Douglas - Software Engineering Daily by SE Daily 
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The open source coding philosophy has enormous appeal to many software engineers, and with good reason. Open source libraries, applications, and operating systems are now essential to the overall technology ecosystem. And the number of open source projects is only increasing. But many developers don’t know how to get involved in open source. Or, they

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Listened to Building on Top of CHAOSS Software by CHAOSS Project 
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On this episode, our host Georg Link kicks off the discussion, introducing a stellar lineup of panelists including Sean Goggins, Yehui Wang, Mike Nolan, and Cali Dolfi. The topics discussed today are the CHAOSS software, Augur, and GrimoireLab, and the different applications built on top of this software. The panel members discuss the projects they are involved in, such as the Augur project, OSS Compass, and Project Aspen’s 8Knot. Then, we’ll delve into Mystic’s prototype software, aiming to transform how academic contributions are recognized and valued. The discussion dives deep into the role of CHAOSS software in open source and community health, talks about Augur and GrimoireLab projects, ecosystem-level analysis, and data visualization. Press download now to hear more!