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Kubernetes and AI and DevOps, Oh My! The Future of Open Source Data and its Communities
Have you checked out the Open||Source||Data podcast yet? If not, you’re missing out!
Open||Source||Data is a podcast hosted by Sam Ramji, Chief Strategy Officer at DataStax. Sam has been in the tech industry for over 25 years, and met many incredible people along the way. The podcast features conversations between Sam and friends old and new, who discuss topics like open source data, open source software, data on Kubernetes, data in DevOps, data in AI, and more!
To give you a better idea of what each episode is like, here’s a brief description of the first three installments that have aired so far:
Storytelling in Product Development with Google’s Patricia Boswell
An examination of the critical role that technical writing plays in product design. Find out how great technical writing and cohesive narratives are essential for the success of any cloud-native and open source software, the journey that led Patricia to becoming a technical writer, and how documentation can guide product features and functionality.
Open Source Sustainability with AWS executive and long-time tech columnist Matt Asay
A look at what exactly it is that makes open source communities so strong. Learn about how open source depends on the people who power them, how Matt learned to never pretend to know what you don’t know, the role writing blog posts plays in his learning process, and how to determine your technology future by engaging with open source.
Culture and Cognition in DevOps with Alchemist Accelerator’s Rachel Chalmers
A conversation about the DevOps culture of shared purpose and blamelessness, and how trust makes innovation easier. Hear how DevOps teams that work together as a trusting, cohesive unit accomplish great things, what we can learn from startup and open source innovation to make accelerators work well for enterprises, and how Rachel was drawn to the “literary culture of technology.”
If you’re interested in open source data and the role it will play in the future of technology, subscribe to the podcast to become part of a community of friends.