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Old and new perils of open source - Great Wide Open keynote

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Old and new perils of open source - Great Wide Open keynote

  1. 1. OLD AND NEW PERILS OF OPEN SOURCE CHRIS HEILMANN (@CODEPO8), GREAT WIDE OPEN, ATLANTA, MARCH 2016
  2. 2. A bit over a year ago I moved on from the most open environment…
  3. 3. …to one known to be much less open…
  4. 4. I like a good challenge…
  5. 5. To my surprise, things were less complicated than I thought…
  6. 6. I feel like the open source fairy, seeing how much code, that wanted to be open, now is…
  7. 7. Stay tuned… https://build.microsoft.com/
  8. 8. TypeScript http://typescriptlang.org/
  9. 9. Visual Studio Code http://code.visualstudio.com/
  10. 10. ChakraCore https://github.com/Microsoft/ChakraCore
  11. 11. Open Source is free…
  12. 12. Open Source is free… … free as in puppy!
  13. 13. Open source has many inherent costs
  14. 14. Don’t promise, deliver…
  15. 15. Building with other products should involve improving them…
  16. 16. Stay up to date and react quickly…
  17. 17. Learn and follow standards…
  18. 18. Be prepared to let go of things you are comfortable with…
  19. 19. Allow simple deployment…
  20. 20. Use the cloud!
  21. 21. https://tryappservice.azure.com/ Use the cloud!
  22. 22. https://tryappservice.azure.com/ Use the cloud!
  23. 23. Complexity kills…
  24. 24. Always offer a simple way in and out of your products…
  25. 25. Visual Studio Code http://code.visualstudio.com/
  26. 26. Specialise and share…
  27. 27. OPEN SOURCE IS OUR PUPPY…
  28. 28. Good open source work is always a team effort…
  29. 29. Open is as open does… • Let’s have less ego and listen more - we have two ears and one mouth, that’s the ratio… • Enterprise and Open are not enemies; they can learn a lot from another… • Open Source takes effort and time. Success is not based on what you release, but how you treat the community around it
  30. 30. THANK YOU! CHRIS HEILMANN @CODEPO8

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