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Video: Organizational Community Strategy, Innersource, Consulting, and More

by | Tue 7 Nov 2017

I have be honest with you folks, the last few weeks have been crazy with travel. Since the beginning of September I have been to Hong Kong, Orlando, Charleston, Prague, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and I am about to head to New York. In this time I have keynoted two conferences, given two additional talks, ran training and workshops for two clients, and much more.

As such, I have been a little remiss in sharing some content that might be useful. Today I have two videos to share.

Interview: The Business of Building Communities

This was a fun one. I was interviewed by Swapnil Bhartiya in which we got into how to build communities, the work I do as a consultant, my previous work at Canonical/XPRIZE/GitHub, bringing open source into organizations, and more.

Check it out here:

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Interview: theCUBE

I was interviewed by the fine folks at theCUBE where we touched on bringing open source into companies, how the open source and business world is changing, the formalization of the software development lifecycle, and more.

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As usual, feedback welcome in the comments!

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