|Shadaj Laddad OSCON 2014 Keynote: "The Wonders of Programming"|
"Kids can start to learn to program at any age. I started at six."
|James Grierson & Ray Henderson at OSCON 2014: "Making a Difference through Open Source"|
Bluehost is working with Grassroots.org to help make it simpler for non-profits to get online.
|Wendy Chisholm OSCON 2014 Keynote: "Introvert? Extrovert? Klingon?..."|
The power of introversion.
|Omri Gazitt OSCON 2014 Keynote: "Bringing OpenStack based Cloud to the Enterprise"|
Find out how your Enterprise can leverage HP Helion OpenStack to deliver a scalable, secure and stable cloud environment for complex workloads.
|Carol Smith OSCON 2014 Keynote: "10 Years of Google Summer of Code"|
A (very) fast overview of the results of Google's Summer of Code program: lines of code, #'s of participants, and so on.
|Will Marshall OSCON 2014 Keynote: "Building an API for the Planet..."|
Using a new approach to satellites.
|Federico Lucifredi (Canonical) Interview - OSCON 2014|
Canonical's Ubuntu Server Project Manager discusses criticism of OpenStack development, the evolution of Ubuntu servers, and hardware hacking.
|Karl Fogel (Question Copyright) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The "Producing Open Source Software" author discusses how open-source software has changed since his 2005 book.
|Rachel Nabors (Tin Magpie) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The Interaction Developer and cartoonist discusses telling stories with code and managing artists as well as developers.
|Simon Wardley (Leading Edge Forum) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The researcher explains value chain mapping and how emerging innovations don't need to be considered disruptive.
|Andy Piper (Twitter) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The developer advocate explains MQTT and Eclipse Paho, and theorizes whether the Internet of Things can embrace open ecosystems.
|Mike Amundsen (Layer 7) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The API Architect discusses hypermedia APIs, inter-service dependency, and more.
|Arun Gupta (RedHat) Interview - OSCON 2014|
RedHat's Director of Developer Advocacy talks about the DevOps for Kids program, building-based video games, and his advice for non-tech parents.
|Brian Bulkowski (Aerospike) Interview - OSCON 2014|
Aerospike's co-founder discusses creating a database using flash memory, and how the work is ideal for advertisers.
|Omri Gazitt (Hewlett-Packard) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The VP of Engineering at HP talks about bringing the open cloud to the Enterprise, HP Helion's OpenStack project, and its future.
|Olivier Bloch (MS Open Tech) Interview - OSCON 2014|
Microsoft's Senior Technical Evangelist Bloch discusses his job bridging Microsoft and open source communities and the Windows Embedded OS.
|John Mone and Jared Smith (Bluehost) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The two discuss Bluehost's new initiative to support open source nonprofits, their work with small startups, and the company's future.
|Lorna Mitchell (LornaJane) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The independent PHP developer talks about the Joind.in project, advice for getting started in PHP development, and the PHP renaissance.
|Paco Nathan (Liber 118) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The machine learning consultant talks about getting out of Silicon Valley, his passion for agriculture, and his current interest in Spark.
|Chris DiBona (Google) Interview - OSCON 2014|
Google's Director of Open Source discusses the launch of Summer of Code 10 years ago, its evolution, and its future.
|Piers Cawley OSCON 2014 Keynote: "Something to Remember"|
The Perl programmer and folk singer performs a tribute to the people who taught him how to be a better programmer.
|Tim Bray OSCON 2014 Keynote: "Threats"|
Now is the time for sensible, reasonable, extreme paranoia.
|OSCON 2014 PayPal Panel: "Racing Change"|
Open Source is playing a key role in reinventing PayPal engineering as a place where innovation at scale is easy and fun,
|Simon Wardley OSCON 2014 Keynote: "Introduction to Value Chain Mapping"|
The general principles of industry change, and what can and cannot be predicted.
|Leslie Hawthorn OSCON 2014 Keynote: "Checking Your Privilege: A How-To for Hard Things"|
We've seen discussion about women and other underrepresented groups in tech. The first step is admitting a problem. But where do we all go from here?
|Tim O'Reilly OSCON 2014 Keynote: "Technical and Cultural Revolutions"|
The founder of O'Reilly Media discusses the need for empathy.
|Danese Cooper (PayPal) Interview - OSCON 2014|
PayPal's Head of Open Source discusses joining the company, integrating DevOps, and creating an open culture attitude.
|Tim O'Reilly Interview - OSCON 2014|
The O'Reilly Media founder expands on his keynote concerning the importance of open source cultures.
|C. Aaron Cois (Carnegie Mellon University) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The Software Development Team lead discusses the appeal and use of Node.js, the Express web application framework, and polyglot programming.
|Cat Allman (Google) Interview - OSCON 2014|
Google's Open Source Program Manager discusses the surprises and evolution of the Google Summer of Code program and the near-future of open source.
|Ryan Vinyard (Highway1) Interview - OSCON 2014|
Highway1's Engineering Lead discusses the hesitancy of manufacturers to embrace open source, and his problem with "Internet of Things" terminology.
|Phil Jackson (SoftLayer) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The Development Community Advocate at SoftLayer discusses their work within IBM, a tweet-based auto-scaling application, and more.
|Piers Cawley (Thermeon) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The Senior Programmer at Thermeon compares coding to song and discusses coming out about his mental health.
|Simon Phipps (Open Source Initiative) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The President of Open Source Initiative discusses the Alice v. CLS Bank patent case, and living in the golden age of open source.
|Adam Culp (Zend Technologies) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The Senior Professional Services Consultant at Zend Technologies discusses the advantages of code refactoring, and the most exciting new PHP features.
|Zach Supalla (Spark Labs) Interview - OSCON 2014|
Spark's founder and CEO discusses Kickstarter, startup incubators, and the importance of design as hardware and software converge.
|Peter Hoddie (Kinoma) Interview - OSCON 2014|
|Andrew Sorensen Keynote: "The Concert Programmer" - OSCON 2014|
Creating live music for the audience through coding generative algorithms on-stage.
|Beth Flanagan OSCON 2014 Keynote: "Yes, Your Refrigerator Is Trying To Kill You…"|
Remember Heartbleed? You checked your bank/email/favorite shopping sites. What about their home appliances? Light bulbs? Smart meters?
|Rachel Nabors OSCON 2014 Keynote: "Storytelling on the Shoulders of Giants"|
Never underestimate where your code could turn up or what stories it might tell.
|Ryan Vinyard OSCON 2014 Keynote: "Open Manufacturing..."|
The benefits and tradeoffs of making your entire hardware design and manufacturing process open source.
|Paul Fenwick OSCON 2014 Keynote: "Open Source and Social Change — Making the World a Better Place"|
Open Source and Social Change - Making the World a Better Place.
|Beth Flanagan (Intel) Interview - OSCON 2014|
Intel's OpenSource Senior Software Engineer discusses embedded and connected technology and how we can prevent another Heartbleed.
|Dustin Whittle (AppDynamics) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The Developer Evangelist discusses the difficulties of and his advice for PHP projects of various scales, and the future of the language.
|Jason Strimpel (WalmartLabs) Interview - OSCON 2014|
The Staff Software Engineer discusses the current projects of WalmartLabs, their work in Laszlo, and his hopes for the future of open source.
|O'Reilly Open Source Awards - OSCON 2014|
The Open Source Awards recognize contributors who demonstrate exceptional leadership, creativity, and collaboration in developing Open Source Software
|Gleb Budman (Backblaze) Interview - OSCON 2014|
|Jesse Vincent & Kaia Dekker (Keyboardio) Interview - OSCON 2014|
|Scott Jenson (Google Physical Web Project) Interview - OSCON 2014|
|John Hawley (Intel Open Source Technology) Interview - OSCON 2014|
Open source has moved from disruption to default.