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January 12 2014

15:30

5by5 | The Changelog #116: Node Black Friday at Walmart with Eran Hammer

Andrew and Adam talk with Eran Hammer about Node.js and Black Friday at Walmart. http://5by5.tv/changelog/116

December 20 2013

17:23

A conversation with Bruce Schneier - Software Freedom Law Center

The Software Freedom Law Center provides legal representation and other law related services to protect and advance Free and Open Source Software. https://www.softwarefreedom.org/events/2013/a_conversation_with_bruce_schneier/

December 17 2013

09:33

A conversation with Bruce Schneier - Software Freedom Law Center

The Software Freedom Law Center provides legal representation and other law related services to protect and advance Free and Open Source Software. http://www.softwarefreedom.org/events/2013/a_conversation_with_bruce_schneier/

December 16 2013

23:26

A conversation with Bruce Schneier - Software Freedom Law Center

The Software Freedom Law Center provides legal representation and other law related services to protect and advance Free and Open Source Software. http://www.softwarefreedom.org/events/2013/a_conversation_with_bruce_schneier/
03:01

A conversation with Bruce Schneier - Software Freedom Law Center

The Software Freedom Law Center provides legal representation and other law related services to protect and advance Free and Open Source Software. http://www.softwarefreedom.org/events/2013/a_conversation_with_bruce_schneier/

December 11 2013

19:49

5by5 | The Changelog #105: Ghost blogging platform with John O'Nolan

Andrew and Adam talk with John O'Nolan about his open source blogging platform Ghost written in JavaScript (Node.js), and how he and his team are working hard to create this beautifully designed platform dedicated to one thing: Publishing. http://5by5.tv/changelog/105
19:47

5by5 | The Changelog #112: Foundation 5 with Jonathan Smiley and Mark Hayes

Andrew and Adam talk with Jonathan Smiley and Mark Hayes from ZURB about Foundation 5 and their new email framework project Ink. http://5by5.tv/changelog/112
17:46

5by5 | The Changelog #114: RethinkDB with Slava Akhmechet

Andrew talks with Slava Akhmechet, the Co-Founder and CEO of RethinkDB. http://5by5.tv/changelog/114

August 19 2013

12:48

5by5 | The Changelog #100: Go programming with Rob Pike and Andrew Gerrand

Andrew Thorp talks with Rob Pike and Andrew Gerrand about the history and latest updates to the Go programming language, an open source project developed from a team at Google and many contributors from the open source community. http://5by5.tv/changelog/100

August 06 2013

16:56

5by5 | The Changelog #98: AFNetworking, Helios, and mobile & iOS development with Mattt Thompson

Adam Stacoviak, Andrew Thorp and Kenneth Reitz talk with Mattt Thompson, Mobile Lead at Heroku, about his many contributions to open source. http://5by5.tv/changelog/98?utm_source=buffer&utm_campaign=Buffer&utm_content=bufferee876&utm_medium=twitter

August 05 2013

22:59

5by5 | The Changelog #96: Ruby off Rails with Jesse Wolgamott

Adam Stacoviak and guest co-host Tim Smith talk with Jesse Wolgamott about learning Ruby, his course and mentorship Ruby off Rails, and more! http://5by5.tv/changelog/96

June 29 2013

02:15

5by5 | The Changelog #94: Sass, libsass, Haml and more with Hampton Catlin

Adam Stacoviak and Andrew Thorp talk with Hampton Catlin about Sass, libsass, Haml, Tritium, Moovweb and more. http://5by5.tv/changelog/94

June 01 2013

02:04

5by5 | The Changelog #82: Ruby Motion, MacRuby and more with Laurent Sansonetti

Wynn and Sam chat with Laurent Sansonetti about Macruby, RubyMotion and more. http://5by5.tv/changelog/82

August 07 2012

20:48

5by5 | The Web Ahead #29: Smart Responsive Web Design Implementation with Scott Jehl

5by5 - The Web Ahead #29: Smart Responsive Web Design Implementation with Scott Jehl http://5by5.tv/webahead/29

March 15 2012

17:42

372: Humbug Labs from the Asterisk Users Live Conference/Podcast podcast

February 09 2012

06:43

Triangulation 39: Gina Tripani

This Week in Google host Gina Tripani comes on the show to talk all about, open source programming, days at lifehacker, is code poetry or poetry code? And much more. http://twit.tv/show/triangulation/39

January 17 2012

23:56

Linux.conf.au 2012: three threats and a balloon

The Linux operating system and other open software projects are under threat because they've failed to develop the sympathy for users manifested by companies such as Apple, according to luminary Bruce Perens. http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/australia/linuxconfau-2012-three-threats-and-a-balloon/533

January 03 2012

00:58

Hacking Space Exploration by Ariel Waldman

From creating remote-sensing CubeSats to analyzing aerogel: how the public is hacking into open source space exploration. As technology shifts from a means of passive consumption to active creation, people are collaborating on a massive scale. The endeavor of Spacehack.org is to transform that into more of a community, so that space hackers can easily connect and interact. Amateurs were once considered to be at the crux of scientific discovery, but over time have been put on the sidelines. Despite this, citizen science is witnessing a renaissance. Agencies such as NASA no longer have a monopoly on the global space program and more participatory projects are coming to life to harness the power of open collaboration around exploring space on a faster schedule. Instead of complaining about where our jetpack is, we can now demand to figure out how to take an elevator to space . And, while you still can’t own a CubeSat as easily as an iPod, you can join a SEDSAT-2 team and learn how to engineer one. There’s also GalaxyZoo , which opened up a data set containing a million galaxies imaged by a robotic telescope. Why projects such as these are important is because robots are actually kind of dumb. Humans are able to make classifications that well-programmed machines can’t. Currently, 200,000 humans are identifying over 250,000 galaxies. If tinkering with spacecrafts is more your speed, the Google Lunar X PRIZE is a competition to send robots to the moon. However, you don’t need to be a robotics engineer to participate. Team FREDNET , the first open source competitor, is open for anyone to join. While the concept of open source has resonated around the world and beyond, there is still much education to be done. NASA and the ESA have made large quantities of their data open, but have yet to facilitate developer communities that allow for active contribution to the code rather than just feedback on finding bugs. Spacehack.org , a directory of ways to participate in space exploration, was created for this reason, among others. Many of these projects are buried in old government websites or do not clearly communicate how someone can get involved. It is with great hope that it will not only encourage the creation of more participatory space projects, but also urge existing ones to embrace the social web. http://lanyrd.com/2010/osbridge/sxzh/

September 14 2011

20:43

ThinkUp podcast 9

0.15 database migration, manual migrations, new features on the Facebook plugin, security, preventing DoS and the mentor program

July 06 2011

21:28

OSCon preview: Shahid N. Shah on medical devices and open source - O'Reilly Radar

Connecting medical devices to electronic health record systems, and the roles of open source software, regulation, and clinical improvement. http://radar.oreilly.com/2011/07/oscon-preview-shahid-n-shah-on.html?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeed
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