atmos.org

Open Source ProjectsCode that Might be Useful to You

Talks I've GivenOn Technologies and Ideas

I'm also on

GitHubIf you code

TwitterIf you tweet

SoundCloudIf you wanna dance

FacebookIf you must

InstagramIf you take photos constantly

TumblrIf you're ADD

FlickrIf you're a serious photo person

MixCloudIf you wanna hear stuff I made

Talks I've Given


From 2009-2012 I went to cool places around the world and talked about computer stuff.

July 30, 2011

Shipping at the Speed of Life

An animated gif filled discussion of how GitHub release code quickly and easily dozens of times per day.


March 27th, 2011

Open Source in Education

I posted my slides from POSSCON. The goal of the talk to let students and educators know that school alone isn't going to prepare you for real world software development.

A few people came up to me after the talk and said "I don't know what school you went to, but I could program when I graduated." When I asked him if he knew how to write software when he graduated, he paused and then he smiled. I don't think Open Source or Education alone will prepare you, but I really think they help. Here are my slides.


July 28, 2010

The Rise of DevOps

A fun, 10 minute talk about config management and organizational dysfunction. Filled with images from Black And WTF.


October 5, 2009

Everything I know about the Business of Open Source I learned from Indie Hip Hop

In the fall of 2009 I gave a talk that compared building businesses around things people love. It shows off a few indepdent hip hop artists and how they built a name for themselves. I gave examples of the growth of independent labels without large scale promotion and liken it to the VC saturated startup scene. The idea was to get people to think that building something they believed in and were proud of was completely atainable if you build your career around open source technologies.