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Open Source Voices
10 minutes | Jan 4, 2019
Breaking Ground to Deliver New Form Factors – Open Source Voices – Episode 7
Open Source Voices: In this episode, we talk to Varalakshmi (“Lakshmi”) T R, senior engineering manager at Intel, and Conrad Lo, product manager at Google, about how their teams are charting a path to exciting new form factors in computing devices. They talk about the challenges the joint team experienced along the way, and how they overcame these challenges on their road to the first Chromebook detachable. View transcript.
15 minutes | Dec 3, 2018
Jumping into Open Source Communities – Open Source Voices – Episode 6
Open Source Voices: In this episode, we jam with Jono Bacon, leading Community Strategist, Author and Consultant, and Jeffrey “Jefro” Osier-Mixon, Open Source Community Manager, about their experiences and insights. They explore what the health of open source communities and community management means to each of them, along with some of the least understood, or most surprising, things about community management, and keys to success.
22 minutes | Nov 28, 2018
At the Intersection of Open Source and IoT – Open Source Voices – Episode 5
Open Source Voices: In this episode, we catch up with Anas Nashif, Software Engineer at Intel and Chair of the Zephyr Project’s Technical Steering Committee, and Carles Cufi, Open Source R&D Software Engineer at Nordic Semiconductor, as they talk about the evolving landscape of IoT from simple technical requirements to complex, multi-core, multi-peripheral systems. They explore how the open source community is uniting to address these challenges through the Zephyr Project from a variety of perspectives, and what lies ahead.
13 minutes | Oct 12, 2018
Bringing the Best of Both Worlds to Containers – Open Source Voices – Episode 4
Open Source Voices: Eric Ernst, the lead Kata Software Engineer at Intel, and Anne Bertucio, Community Manager for Kata Containers who works at the OpenStack Foundation, talk about the impetus for Kata Containers, what problem the team was looking to solve, how the community has evolved, and what lies ahead.
19 minutes | Sep 21, 2018
How Is Open Source Important to the Future of Robotics? – Open Source Voices – Episode 3
Open Source Voices: In this episode, Joe Speed, Field CTO of IoT Solutions and Technology at ADLINK, and Greg Burns, Chief IoT Software Technologist at Intel, explore the exciting world of edge computing—specifically, robotics. The robotics industry is predicted to drive incredible growth due, in part, to open source development and the Robotics Operating System, known as ROS or ROS2. Computer vision, machine learning and object recognition are driving a big inflection point in robotics. As the world of robotics evolves and autonomous robots begin to occupy the same space as humans, Joe and Greg talk about the considerations and capabilities needed. View transcript.
14 minutes | Sep 13, 2018
Going Cloud Native: Diving into Containerized Apps & Orchestration – Open Source Voices – Episode 2
Open Source Voices: In this episode, Kelsey Hightower, developer advocate for Google Cloud Platform, and Jose Palafox, CNCF program manager at Intel, talk about how the emergence and rising popularity of containerized applications—and the tools to deploy, scale and manage them—have upended traditional configuration management, necessitating a change in the way that businesses design and interact with applications. They explore trends and challenges that lie ahead—from the need to continually change and adapt, to the shift of technologies to the IoT or telco edge—and touch on how Kubernetes makes it easier to take advantage of advanced hardware technologies. View transcript.
13 minutes | Aug 27, 2018
An Evolution in OS Development – Open Source Voices – Episode 1
Open Source Voices: With the high customization of Linux comes real challenges—manageability, security, performance and more. Kelly Hammond and Michael Larabel talk about how these challenges have driven an evolution in OS development. They explore how Clear Linux addresses these needs, dive into some of details, and give us a glimpse into what’s next. View transcript. For more information on Clear Linux Project for Intel Architecture: clearlinux.org
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