Open source for good: The people and projects driving change - GitHub Universe 2018





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Published on Oct 24, 2018

In today’s news, technology and software are often maligned with stories of how technology is driving bias to eroding democracies to isolating communities. At the same time, the social problems we see in the world (climate change, poverty, etc.) are ever pervasive and persistent. Open source software can be an effective tool to address these pressing social issues of our time. It offers an even more compelling opportunity to develop and collaborate on software that is changing people’s lives. Come listen to developers who are working at the intersection of social change and technology.

A panel discussion with Miller Abel, Julius Sweetland, and Tiffani Ashley Bell, moderated by Admas Kanyagia.

About GitHub Universe:
GitHub Universe is a two-day conference dedicated to the creativity and curiosity of the largest software community in the world. Sessions cover topics from team culture to open source software across industries and technologies.

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