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Different Perspectives with NearForm
53 minutes | May 11, 2020
The Journey to InnerSource The Apache Way Part 2
In part 2 of this podcast, Danese Cooper chats to Dr Roy Fielding about some of the problems faced with teaching corporate newcomers coming into open source projects, the barrier to contribution and how reducing this barrier helps an organization. They discuss the importance of individual involvement and why the Apache Software foundation has been so successful. Roy also offers his advice for the InnerSource Commons community in relation to their goal of transforming the Tech industry.
49 minutes | Apr 24, 2020
The Journey to InnerSource The Apache Way with Roy Fielding: Part 1
In part 1 of this podcast, Danese Cooper catches up with her old friend Dr Roy Fielding Senior Principal Scientist at Adobe Systems to talk about the Apache Way, the history behind it, what it is and how it informs InnerSource. Roy talks about the role of research in legitimizing the Apache Way and how small steps can result in big changes in organisational collaboration. In the second part of this podcast, Roy shares his insights on conflict resolution and how each project should develop their own way of working to help resolve issues around social disputes.
59 minutes | Apr 8, 2020
The Journey to InnerSource at Comcast
Nithya Ruff, Head of Open Source Office and Board Director at Comcast chats with Danese and shares her experience of driving InnerSource from an initial way of staging open source projects to a fully-fledged model that has modified the organization's software strategy. Nithya gives us a glimpse into the evolution of the company culture at Comcast from a traditional autonomous one to now a more collaborative one experiencing improved documentation of practices, better utilization of resources and welcomed mentoring across the company. We'll also hear how they developed a significant education communications program to scale InnerSource across the organization.
40 minutes | Mar 2, 2020
The Journey to InnerSource at Microsoft
Danese Cooper chats with Martin Woodward, Director of Developer Relations for Github, about Microsoft's journey from fully embracing open source in the 2010s to now adopting InnerSource as a way of continuous innovation. Martin talks about the importance of welcoming 'contributors of time', striking a balance between rewarding people and acknowledging collaborative efforts and how securing a bottom-up, top-down approach is vital. He stresses the importance of celebrating the small 1% successes, reassessing your top pains on an ongoing basis and, as a leader, asking new questions regularly for incremental step changes.
38 minutes | Dec 10, 2019
The Journey to InnerSource at American Airlines
At American Airlines, where there are approximately 3,500 people working in IT, the company recognised that there were growing silos of communication and a need for greater collaboration across teams. In this podcast, we talk to Spencer Kaiser, Principal Architect for Emerging Tech, about how the company embarked on their journey to InnerSource including the critical importance of 'discoverability'. Hear how to build trust, gain support, recruit champions and drive engagement.
55 minutes | Sep 13, 2019
The Journey to InnerSource at Lloyds
Danese Cooper of NearForm talks to James McLeod, Director of Community at FINOS, about his journey to InnerSource at Lloyds. Learn how he overcame the challenges in establishing cross-functional collaboration and how InnerSource is more than an engineering methodology. Find out how to dispel common misconceptions, discover your diamonds and learn to adapt by starting small.
31 minutes | Jun 26, 2019
DevOps is a Mindset & Culture not a magic set of Tools
In the DevOps world there’s been an explosion of tools being developed with the express goal of facilitating the Agile principles, methods, and practices. Demand for DevOps specialists has soared by 986 percent in the last five years, according to recruitment firm Reed. But plugging the gap with people and tools will not magically bring you DevOps, no matter how sophisticated. In this episode, NearForm's Director of DevOps Alex Knol and DevOps Consultant David Gonzalez discuss how organisations need to recognise and embrace DevOps as a culture, the challenges and success factors and the benefits that go far beyond speed and reduced waste.
31 minutes | May 21, 2019
NearForm, Open Source and Node.js: from Zero to Hero
Cian Ó'Maidin shares the founding principles of NearForm, the critical factors to the future success of OpenSource in the enterprise and how Node.js has evolved in its 10 years.
41 minutes | Apr 17, 2019
Episode 1: Disruptors v Laggards : How Digital CX sets them Apart
According to industry analysts such as Forrester, enterprises need to be doing a lot more to ensure their digital CX transformation efforts don't stall. In this interview with NearForm's Design Director James Malone and Technical Director Damian Beresford we discuss what makes a great digital customer experience model, what sets the disruptors apart from the laggards and what enterprises need to do to make big gains.
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