Greenlight for Girls is an international organization dedicated to inspiring girls of all ages and backgrounds by demonstrating just how fun and interactive STEM can be. The Greenlight for Girls team tells the story of how an initiative can grow from one email to a global organization in a few short years by breaking barriers, creatively and courageously.
About a year ago, Fujitsu created the Open Service Catalog Manager (OSCM), their first full software project contribution to the open source space. Wolfgang Ries describes the journey to this milestone.
Richard Marshall of IAC Publishing Labs describes Ask.com's adventures in navigating two decades of legacy infrastructure on the way to living the container native dream, in his presentation from LinuxCon North America.
Graham Whaley, Sr. Software Engineer at Intel, says there is a continuum of features and benefits across the container/VM spectrum, and you should be able to choose which point on that continuum best suits you.
How We Built a Metering & Chargeback System to Incentivize Higher Resource Utilization -Michael Benedict & Vinu Charanya, Twitter
This talk by Vinu Charanya and Michael Benedict at LinuxCon North America goes into fascinating detail on the metering and chargeback system Twitter engineers built to solve this problem, using both a technical and social approach.
Jilayne Lovejoy, Principal Open Source Counsel at ARM talks about collaboration beyond code with the OpenChain project at LinuxCon Europe.
Watch Robert Shimp's talk to learn what is happening on the bleeding edge of computing, some of the tools and architecture already being developed, and a lot of fascinating details on what the future looks like.