Climate activist Greta Thunberg urges world leaders to do more. ”Doing our best is no longer good enough. We must now do the seemingly impossible,” Thunberg …
In this episode of ICology, listen to Belén Alemán from Meltwater talk about how important their digital signage network is to connecting their global employees. Belén is now the learning and development manager for Meltwater but when she ran internal communications there, she launched a global digital signage network for Meltwater’s domestic and global offices.
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In episode 29 of EnterpriseReady, Grant speaks with Mitchell Hashimoto of HashiCorp. They discuss Hashicorp’s founding story, fundraising tactics and pricing models, and monetizing open source projects
Speculative Realism and Object-Oriented Ontology Grad Class : Timothy Morton : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
A graduate class at Rice University, November 19, 2010.
Audio, Transcripts, and Slides from “Any Sufficiently Advanced Neglect is Indistinguishable from Malice” | A Future Worth Thinking About
Below are the slides, audio, and transcripts for my talk ‘"Any Sufficiently Advanced Neglect is Indistinguishable from Malice": Assumptions and Bias in Algorithmic Systems,’ given at the 21st Conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology, back in May 2019. (Cite as: Williams, Damien P. ‘"Any Sufficiently Advanced Neglect is Indistinguishable from Malice": Assumptions and…
The late Jeffrey Epstein stands for at least three levels of mystery: the man himself, a boastful sex offender, convicted of preying on under-age women; second, there’s his money machine and its unsavory connections with …
Can a great leader or manager be humble in public? Or is exuding confidence, even when it may not be merited, a key part of leadership? In this episode of EconTalk, host Russ Roberts talks with David Deppner, CEO of Psyberware, about an email David sent Russ wondering how Russ might reconcile his passion for …
Our host Matt Mullenweg gets together with an old colleague, Scott Berkun. Scott’s an author and tech industry veteran who in 2013 wrote a book about his experience with distributed work at Automattic. Now he’s catching up with Matt to talk about what’s changed since they worked together back in the day.
This new addition to the Devchat.tv podcast family is about software sustainability, open source projects funding
and software maintenance. The panelists introduce themselves and their roles and backgrounds
in software sustainability. The panelists also mention that 57% of all software built is open-source and the economic value of open source is over 360 billion dollars so it is crucial to keep developers who maintain open-source projects from burning out. That being said, open-source projects have difficulty accessing funding. The panelists talk about efforts that have been made to combat that such as Open Collective. They then talk about some of the other topics the panelists plan to cover are and invite the audience to recommend topics they would like to hear more about on open-source sustainability.
Eric Berry’s talk on Incentivizing and Sustaining Open Source
Palaces for the People
Can Inuit Moms Help Me Tame My 3-Year-Old’s Anger?
The Changelog #201: Why SQLite succeeded as a database with Richard Hipp, creator of SQLite |> News and podcasts for developers |> Changelog
This week we talked with Richard Hipp, the creator of SQLite, about its history, where it came from, why it succeeded as a database, how it’s development is sustainably funded, and how it’s the most widely deployed database engine in the world.
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