‘Open source’ Videos

  • Jarrett Gucci: Backup Before You Crackup

    Jarrett Gucci: Backup Before You Crackup

    WordCamp Los Angeles 2017Speaker: Jarrett Gucci

    October 11, 2017 — Having a solid backup strategy can save your life in times of an extreme website crisis. No one wants to lose any of the hard work they have put into their site and why should you ever have to if you are backing things up.

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  • Discussion Panel : Working in the Open (Source)

    Discussion Panel : Working in the Open (Source)

    WordCamp Boston 2017Speakers: Dwayne McDaniel, Jared Novack, Mel Choyce, Steven Word

    August 8, 2017 — A panel discussion with leaders and contributors in the WordPress project, and other open source project owners. How do you get started contributing to open source software, like WordPress? How have your contributions to open source helped you?

  • Ed Finkler: How We Changed The World With Open Source

    Ed Finkler: How We Changed The World With Open Source

    WordCamp Kent 2017Speaker: Ed Finkler

    July 5, 2017 — In June of 2012, podcaster and veteran web dev Ed Finkler spoke openly about his lifelong struggles with mental illness with co-host Chris Hartjes. Four years later, a non-profit corporation with a dozen volunteers is working to change the tech and open source community. In this talk, Finkler tells the story of how the episode happened, the incredible response they received, and how it grew into a charity dedicated to changing and saving lives — all by using the principles of open source culture.

  • Michael Arestad: Big Design Troubles in Open Source

    Michael Arestad: Big Design Troubles in Open Source

    WordCamp Europe 2017Speaker: Michael Arestad

    June 21, 2017 — Michael is a designer at Automattic working on Jetpack and WordPress.com. He contributes to the WordPress project and is the most active on the design team. Michael has also been running monthly WordPress meetups in Denver for the last three years.

    What the heck can we do to improve the design process on open source projects? Designing for open source projects is difficult and comes with a unique set of challenges. The challenges include communication difficulties, tech limitations, slow implementation times, community pushback, complex developer tools, unique design considerations, and lack of design process. I’m going to address these challenges and propose ways to improve or implement an efficient design process as a community.

  • Chris Jansen and Jeffrey A. McGuire: Challenges and Solutions in Getting your Open Source Company to Contribute

    Chris Jansen and Jeffrey A. McGuire: Challenges and Solutions in Getting your Open Source Company to Contribute

    WordCamp London 2017Speakers: Chris Jansen, Jeffrey A. McGuire

    June 3, 2017 — How open source contribution benefits businesses and practical help on getting management and technical teams on the same page and contributing on a regular basis.

    Chris “legolasbo” Jansen and Jeffrey A. “jam” McGuire present practical, actionable ways to better unify our beliefs and our actions regarding open source contribution based on an extensive academic study Chris carried out in 2015. Our goal is to get management and developers on the same page about open source contribution and help you make it happen.

  • Luke Oatham: Building a Community of Open Source Intranet Users

    Luke Oatham: Building a Community of Open Source Intranet Users

    WordCamp London 2017Speaker: Luke Oatham

    June 2, 2017 — The GovIntranet WordPress theme was released in 2013 and since then I’ve been supporting an open source community of users and developers.

    In this session I’ll talk about my experience of developing in the open and working out loud, what I’ve learned since starting as a WordPress developer and the ups and downs of managing ongoing theme and plugin development.

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  • Mark Uraine: Designing in the Open

    Mark Uraine: Designing in the Open

    WordCamp San Diego 2017Speaker: Mark Uraine

    May 9, 2017 — Designing in the open is about sharing your work and progress publicly through the course of a design project. I’ll explain how this works, where to start, and why it’s good practice for all designers. We’ll also discuss how you can give back to the WordPress community through design contributions to Core and WordPress.org.

  • Francesca Marano: Open Source e WordPress

    Francesca Marano: Open Source e WordPress

    WordPress Meetup TorinoSpeaker: Francesca Marano

    March 6, 2017 — Talk dal WordPress Meetup Febbraio 2017 Episodio 19: “WordPress in Love”.

  • Sara Cannon: Open Source Creativity

    Sara Cannon: Open Source Creativity

    WordCamp US 2016Speaker: Sara Cannon

    December 11, 2016 — We’re all trying to find that idea or spark that will turn a good project into a great project. Creativity plays a huge role in the outcome of our work. Harnessing the power of collaboration and open source, we can make great strides towards excellence. Not just for designers, this talk can be applicable to many different roles – even development. In this talk, Seasoned Creative Director Sara Cannon is going to share some secrets about creative methodology, collaboration, and the strong role that open source can play in our work.

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  • Doris Chen: What’s New in TypeScript

    Doris Chen: What’s New in TypeScript

    WordCamp US 2016Speaker: Doris Chen

    December 10, 2016 — TypeScript, an open source programming language has seen enormous growth over the past year. Today, it is used to build several key frameworks like AngularJS, Ionic etc. In this talk, Doris will go through how TypeScript enables you to leverage features from the current and future of JavaScript while increasing the productivity of JavaScript development across the board. As ECMAScript 6 gains popularity and more browsers are implementing the standard, JavaScript developers across the board are beginning to wonder, ‘what’s next?’ This session will cover some of the latest features of TypeScript, including future ECMAScript proposals, support for Angular and React/JSX, the state of the art type system capabilities, and how it all comes together to make working and creating things in JavaScript more productive and fun with TypeScript.