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OSCON 2014: Complete Video Compilation

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Dig deep into the business of open source

Rare is developer or organization that doesn't use open source software today, and with this complete video compilation of OSCON 2014, you’ll learn about the latest developments, add to your skills, and discover how other people are solving the same problems you’re working on. You’ll get a front row seat to every keynote, session, tutorial, and workshop from this year’s conference.

Download these videos or view them through our HD player, and dig deep into the business of open source with more than 350 presenters, including Matthew McCullough (GitHub), Leslie Hawthorn (Elasticsearch), James Turnbull (Docker), Andrei Alexandrescu (Facebook), Tim Berglund (DataStax), Paco Nathan (Zettacap), Kirsten Hunter (Akamai), Matt Ray (Chef Software, Inc.), and Damian Conway (Thoughtstream) among them.

  • Explore, experience, and learn how all the pieces of the entire open source ecosystem go together
  • Learn from the best and most original minds in your field, including creators of the tools and languages you're using
  • Get solutions to your biggest challenges that you can apply today, from security to mobile devices and the cloud
  • Hear about the latest research, best practices, technologies, and analytic approaches recently unveiled
  • See how start-ups, innovators, and some of the most successful companies have incorporated new developments, products, services, and career trends

Table of Contents

  1. The Wonders of Programming - Shadaj Laddad 00:13:27
  2. Making a Difference through Open Source - Simon St. Laurent, James Grierson, and Raymond Henderson 00:06:44
  3. Introvert? Extrovert? Klingon? We've Got You Covered. - Wendy Chisholm 00:09:15
  4. Bringing OpenStack based Cloud to the Enterprise - Omri Gazitt 00:05:11
  5. 10 Years of Google Summer of Code - Carol Smith 00:05:31
  6. Building an API for the Planet with a New Approach to Satellites - Will Marshall 00:13:54
  7. Something To Remember - Piers Cawley 00:05:06
  8. Threats - Tim Bray 00:08:11
  9. Racing Change: Accelerating Innovation Through Radical Transparency - Moderated by: Sarah Novotny - Panelists: Edwin Aoki, Danes 00:08:44
  10. Checking Your Privilege: A How-To for Hard Things - Leslie Hawthorn 00:13:01
  11. Keynote by Tim O'Reilly - Tim O'Reilly 00:13:30
  12. The Concert Programmer - Andrew Sorensen 00:18:17
  13. Yes, Your Refrigerator Is Trying To Kill You: Bad Actors and the Internet of Things - Beth Flanagan 00:09:38
  14. Open Manufacturing: Bringing Open Hardware Beyond 3D Printing - Ryan Vinyard 00:07:42
  15. Storytelling on the Shoulders of Giants - Rachel Nabors 00:07:53
  16. O'Reilly Open Source Awards 00:03:22
  17. Just Enough Math - Paco Nathan - Part 1 00:58:36
  18. Just Enough Math - Paco Nathan - Part 2 00:57:26
  19. Just Enough Math - Paco Nathan - Part 3 00:41:58
  20. Just Enough Math - Paco Nathan - Part 4 00:33:42
  21. Continuous Delivery - Neal Ford - Part 1 00:54:21
  22. Continuous Delivery - Neal Ford - Part 2 00:30:02
  23. Continuous Delivery - Neal Ford - Part 3 00:43:12
  24. Continuous Delivery - Neal Ford - Part 3 00:46:40
  25. Open/Closed Software - Approaches to Developing Freemium Applications - Baruch Sadogursky 00:40:08
  26. Mapbox: Building the Future of Open Mapping - Justin Miller 00:55:50
  27. Making Money at Open Source without Losing Your Soul - A Practical Guide - Patrick McFadin 00:42:00
  28. No More Whiteboard: Hiring Processes that Don't Waste Time - Austin Putman 00:39:22
  29. Open Source: Emerging in Asia / The Asian Open Source Report Card - Colin Charles 00:33:13
  30. Building a Culture of Continuous Learning - Vanessa Hurst 00:50:44
  31. Money Machines - Boyd Stephens 00:54:41
  32. Community War Stories : Squaring the Circle between Business and Community - Lars Kurth 00:35:10
  33. Community War Stories : Squaring the Circle between Business and Community - Lars Kurth 00:26:27
  34. Crash Course in Tech Management - VM Brasseur 00:44:03
  35. Open Source and the Enterprise - Derek Sorkin and Tim Tyler 00:37:51
  36. CLAs: Best Thing Since Sliced Bread or Tool of the Devil A Panel Discussion - Moderated by: Danese Cooper - Panelists: Brian Beh 00:46:04
  37. Identity Crisis: Are We Really Who We Say We Are? - Karen Sandler 00:48:03
  38. Satisfying Business and Engineering Requirements: Client-server JavaScript, SEO, and Optimized Page Load - Jason Strimpel 00:37:24
  39. Elasticsearch: The Missing Tutorial - Erik Rose and Laura Thomson - Part 1 00:46:21
  40. Elasticsearch: The Missing Tutorial - Erik Rose and Laura Thomson - Part 2 00:49:24
  41. Elasticsearch: The Missing Tutorial - Erik Rose and Laura Thomson - Part 3 00:51:40
  42. Elasticsearch: The Missing Tutorial - Erik Rose and Laura Thomson - Part 4 00:22:28
  43. Getting Started with OpenStack: Hands on Tutorial - Egle Sigler and Cody Bunch - Part 1 00:47:44
  44. Getting Started with OpenStack: Hands on Tutorial - Egle Sigler and Cody Bunch - Part 2 00:47:16
  45. Getting Started with OpenStack: Hands on Tutorial - Egle Sigler and Cody Bunch - Part 3 00:42:19
  46. Mesos: An SDK for Distributed Systems Developers - Connor Doyle, Niklas Nielsen, and Adam Bordelon - Part 1 00:50:03
  47. Mesos: An SDK for Distributed Systems Developers - Connor Doyle, Niklas Nielsen, and Adam Bordelon - Part 2 00:32:20
  48. Mesos: An SDK for Distributed Systems Developers - Connor Doyle, Niklas Nielsen, and Adam Bordelon - Part 3 00:28:33
  49. Zero to Cloud with @NetflixOSS - Justin Ryan - Part 1 00:43:48
  50. Zero to Cloud with @NetflixOSS - Justin Ryan - Part 2 00:46:02
  51. Zero to Cloud with @NetflixOSS - Justin Ryan - Part 3 00:26:03
  52. Zero to Cloud with @NetflixOSS - Justin Ryan - Part 4 00:25:26
  53. How to Build Your Applications to Scale in the Cloud - Steven Pousty 00:30:43
  54. The Enterprise Challenge for Cloud Computing - David Nalley 00:29:35
  55. How Disney Built a Modern Cloud with Open Source - Chris Launey 00:31:22
  56. Open Cloud APIs - Cody Herriges 00:27:31
  57. OpenStack Redefining 'Core' Using Community, Tests and Selected Upstream Code - Rob Hirschfeld 00:30:33
  58. The Human Element of APIs - Caroline McCrory 00:20:40
  59. Open Is As Open Does - Andrew Clay Shafer 00:29:11
  60. Behind the Scenes: How We Produce OpenStack - Thierry Carrez 00:31:09
  61. A Path to Achieving True Cloud Portability - Tyler Fitch 00:18:06
  62. Open Cloud Standards In The Real World - Alan Sill 00:27:01
  63. The quantitative state of the Open Cloud - Jesus M. Gonzalez-Barahona 00:28:18
  64. Building an Open Cloud From the Network Perspective - John Willis 00:30:13
  65. Move Fast and Ship Things - Andrei Alexandrescu 00:40:29
  66. Global Scaling at the New York Times using RabbitMQ - Alvaro Videla and Michael Laing 00:40:45
  67. Installing OpenStack using SaltStack - Yazz Atlas 00:30:12
  68. OpenStack :: Where Continuous Delivery and Distros Collide - Mark McLoughlin and Thierry Carrez 00:43:52
  69. Building a Massively Scalable Cloud Service from the Grounds Up - Yoav Landman 00:48:27
  70. Tsuru: Open Source Cloud Application Platform - Francisco Souza 00:36:17
  71. Netflix API : Top 10 Lessons Learned - Daniel Jacobson 00:40:24
  72. NASA Open Source Projects for Science and Exploration - Mark Powell 00:44:34
  73. How We Built a Cloud Platform Using Netflix OSS - Carl Quinn 00:41:01
  74. Mesos: Elastically Scalable Operations, Simplified - Adam Bordelon and Niklas Nielsen 00:44:17
  75. CERN's Approach to Mass and Agility - Tim Bell 00:44:30
  76. HA 101 with OpenStack - Raghavan Srinivas 00:36:28
  77. Nymote: Git Your Own Cloud Here - Anil Madhavapeddy and Richard Mortier 00:46:47
  78. Creating an SDK - Lessons Learned - Ed Leafe 00:37:02
  79. Community Management Training - Jono Bacon - Part 1 00:43:41
  80. Community Management Training - Jono Bacon - Part 2 00:22:41
  81. Community Management Training - Jono Bacon - Part 3 00:59:27
  82. Community Management Training - Jono Bacon - Part 4 00:43:33
  83. Community Management Training - Jono Bacon - Part 5 00:31:49
  84. Community Management Training - Jono Bacon - Part 6 00:36:56
  85. Community Management Training - Jono Bacon - Part 7 00:56:33
  86. Community Management Training - Jono Bacon - Part 8 00:44:39
  87. Git for Teams of One or More - Emma Jane Westby- Part 1 00:42:46
  88. Git for Teams of One or More - Emma Jane Westby- Part 2 00:11:39
  89. Git for Teams of One or More - Emma Jane Westby- Part 3 00:20:21
  90. Git for Teams of One or More - Emma Jane Westby- Part 4 00:27:08
  91. Grow Developers. Grow Diversity. - Elaine Marino 00:48:27
  92. One Hat, Two Hats - How to Handle Open Source and Work - Ken Walker 00:36:06
  93. Robots in Finland: How a Small Open Hardware Project Sparked International Collaboration Across 10 Timezones and 5,000 Miles - T 00:34:43
  94. How Does Raleigh Use Open Source? - Jason Hibbets and Gail Roper 00:42:52
  95. Grow Your Community with Events - Kara Sowles 00:35:26
  96. Keeping Open Source Open - Mark Ferree 00:42:15
  97. Lessons from Girl Develop It: Getting More Women Involved in Open Source - Catherine Farman and Corinne Warnshuis 00:41:00
  98. Working with Design in Open Source - Garth Braithwaite 00:48:48
  99. Money for Nothing and Your Downloads for Free - Simon Phipps, Roberto Galoppini, and Adam Benayoun 00:40:37
  100. Dealing With Disrespect - Jono Bacon 00:49:46
  101. Forking Culture and Committing Ops in Government - Samantha Simpson 00:41:31
  102. What is Happening at the CentOS Project? - Moderated by: Karsten Wade - Panelists: Johnny Hughes and Jim Perrin 00:41:44
  103. My Journey as a Community Manager (Literally) - Pernilla Lind 00:39:54
  104. Let Them Be Your Heroes - Francesca Krihely 00:50:21
  105. International Community Building: Bridging Japan and the Rest of the World - Kiyoto Tamura 00:33:24
  106. From Madison Avenue to git Checkout -- A Journey - Elaine Marino and Jessica Goulding 00:38:13
  107. Get Started Developing with Scala - Jason Swartz and Kelsey Gilmore-Innis - Part 1 00:49:17
  108. Get Started Developing with Scala - Jason Swartz and Kelsey Gilmore-Innis - Part 2 00:42:29
  109. Get Started Developing with Scala - Jason Swartz and Kelsey Gilmore-Innis - Part 3 00:26:11
  110. Coder Decoder: Functional Programmer Lingo Explained, with Pictures - Katie Miller 00:39:27
  111. Functional Thinking - Neal Ford 00:40:28
  112. Building Reliable Systems: Lessons from Erlang - Garrett Smith 00:38:30
  113. Graph Theory You Need to Know - Tim Berglund 00:40:07
  114. Streaming Predictions of User Behavior in Real-Time - Ethan Dereszynski and Eric Butler 00:38:21
  115. Timeseries Data Superpowers: Intuitive Understanding of FIR Filtering and Fourier Transforms - William Cox 00:37:05
  116. Building a Resilient API with Open Source - Wynn Netherland 00:35:19
  117. Data Workflows for Machine Learning - Paco Nathan 00:45:30
  118. Introduction to Parallel Iterative Deep Learning on Hadoops Next-Generation YARN Framework - Josh Patterson and Adam Gibson 00:37:02
  119. The Data Structures (You Think) You Need to Know - Tim Berglund 00:42:03
  120. Designing Irresistible APIs - Kirsten Hunter 00:29:34
  121. Real-time Engineering at Uber and the Evolution of an Event-Driven Architecture - Jeff Wolski 00:33:46
  122. Machine Learning for Rubyists - Benjamin Curtis 00:23:17
  123. Thinking in a Highly Concurrent, Mostly-functional Language - Francesco Cesarini 00:46:00
  124. Big Data Pipeline and Analytics Platform Using NetflixOSS and Other Open Source Libraries - Sudhir Tonse and Danny Yuan 00:42:48
  125. Map, Flatmap and Reduce are Your New Best Friends: Simpler Collections, Concurrency, and Big Data - Chris Richardson 00:46:05
  126. Introduction to Ceph - Patrick McGarry - Part 1 00:50:26
  127. Introduction to Ceph - Patrick McGarry - Part 2 00:30:51
  128. Introduction to Ceph - Patrick McGarry - Part 3 00:25:36
  129. Best Practices for MySQL High Availability - Colin Charles - Part 1 00:35:10
  130. Best Practices for MySQL High Availability - Colin Charles - Part 2 00:55:41
  131. Best Practices for MySQL High Availability - Colin Charles - Part 3 00:47:22
  132. Best Practices for MySQL High Availability - Colin Charles - Part 4 00:40:05
  133. The Accidental DBA - Josh Berkus - Part 1 00:37:00
  134. The Accidental DBA - Josh Berkus - Part 2 00:48:38
  135. The Accidental DBA - Josh Berkus - Part 3 00:54:38
  136. The Accidental DBA - Josh Berkus - Part 4 00:38:30
  137. Neo4j 2.0 Intro Training - Michael Hunger - Part 1 00:37:15
  138. Neo4j 2.0 Intro Training - Michael Hunger - Part 2 00:48:43
  139. Neo4j 2.0 Intro Training - Michael Hunger - Part 3 00:48:37
  140. Neo4j 2.0 Intro Training - Michael Hunger - Part 4 00:49:13
  141. An Elasticsearch Crash Course - Andrew Cholakian 00:43:48
  142. Monitoring Your Drone Project with Elasticsearch - Kevin Kluge and Steve Mayzak 00:39:00
  143. Painless Data Storage with MongoDB and Go - Steve Francia 00:37:29
  144. How to Achieve Enterprise Storage Functionality with OpenStack Block Storage - John Griffith 00:46:13
  145. How to Fake a Database Design - Curtis Poe 00:42:50
  146. Real-time Analytics with Open Source Technologies - Fangjin Yang and Gian Merlino 00:28:53
  147. Predicting Global Unrest with GDELT and SQL on Hadoop - Jim Tommaney 00:38:01
  148. Druid: Interactive Queries Meet Real-time Data - Eric Tschetter 00:36:06
  149. Data.gov: Open Government as Open Source - Jeanne Holm 00:44:27
  150. WITH What? CTEs For Fun And Profit - Michael Brewer 00:33:50
  151. Scalable Analytics with R, Hadoop and RHadoop - Gwen Shapira 00:39:25
  152. Multiple Datastores Working Together: Will It Blend? - Alex Brandt 00:27:58
  153. A Reactive Game Stack: Using Erlang, Lua and VoltDB to Enable a Non-Sharded Game World - Henning Diedrich and Robert Virding 00:44:08
  154. When PostgreSQL Can't, You Can - Keith Fiske 00:37:10
  155. ETL: The Dirty Little Secret of Data Science - Byron Ruth 00:40:25
  156. Big Data Analysis 0-60 in 90 days - Chad Naber and David Elfi 00:39:04
  157. Open HeARTware with ChickTech - Jennifer Davidson and Janice Levenhagen-Seeley 00:20:17
  158. Arduino Yun for Intermediate Arduino Users: Using the Onboard Linux Computer to Communicate with Other Computers and the Interne 00:39:33
  159. Arduino Yun for Intermediate Arduino Users: Using the Onboard Linux Computer to Communicate with Other Computers and the Interne 00:35:15
  160. Arduino Yun for Intermediate Arduino Users: Using the Onboard Linux Computer to Communicate with Other Computers and the Interne 00:54:43
  161. A Platform for Open Science - Peter Sand 00:26:38
  162. Devoxx4Kids: So Your Kid Interested in Programming, Robotics, Engineering? - Arun Gupta 00:39:23
  163. Start a Free Coding Club for Kids - Greg Bulmash 00:38:24
  164. Why Schools Don't Use Open Source to Teach Programming - Robert Lefkowitz 00:33:33
  165. Modernizing CS Education with Open Source - Scott Chacon and Jay Borenstein 00:41:19
  166. Open edX: an Open-source MOOC Platform - James Tauber and David Baumgold 00:39:57
  167. The Simplicity of Clojure - Clinton Dreisbach and Bridget Hillyer - Part 1 00:42:55
  168. The Simplicity of Clojure - Clinton Dreisbach and Bridget Hillyer - Part 2 00:43:21
  169. The Simplicity of Clojure - Clinton Dreisbach and Bridget Hillyer - Part 3 00:31:50
  170. The Simplicity of Clojure - Clinton Dreisbach and Bridget Hillyer - Part 4 00:45:03
  171. Painlessly Functional and Concurrent: An Introduction to Elixir - Marc Sugiyama - Part 1 00:51:55
  172. Painlessly Functional and Concurrent: An Introduction to Elixir - Marc Sugiyama - Part 2 00:41:44
  173. Painlessly Functional and Concurrent: An Introduction to Elixir - Marc Sugiyama - Part 3 00:45:39
  174. Painlessly Functional and Concurrent: An Introduction to Elixir - Marc Sugiyama - Part 4 00:28:44
  175. Getting Started with Go - Steve Francia - Part 1 00:42:11
  176. Getting Started with Go - Steve Francia - Part 2 00:45:26
  177. Getting Started with Go - Steve Francia - Part 3 00:54:00
  178. Getting Started with Go - Steve Francia - Part 4 00:31:10
  179. Tutorial: Node.js Three Ways - C. Aaron Cois and Tim Palko - Part 1 00:42:33
  180. Tutorial: Node.js Three Ways - C. Aaron Cois and Tim Palko - Part 2 00:35:46
  181. Tutorial: Node.js Three Ways - C. Aaron Cois and Tim Palko - Part 3 00:44:43
  182. Tutorial: Node.js Three Ways - C. Aaron Cois and Tim Palko - Part 4 00:38:37
  183. A Recovering Java Developer Learns to Go - Matt Stine 00:39:07
  184. Open Source Tools for the Polyglot Developer - Langdon White 00:31:19
  185. SWI-Prolog for the Real World - Anne Ogborn 00:41:36
  186. The Case for Haskell - Alejandro Cabrera 00:34:14
  187. The Curious Clojureist - Neal Ford 00:41:21
  188. Erlang, LFE, Joxa and Elixir: Established and Emerging Languages in the Erlang Ecosystem - Brian Troutwine 00:40:06
  189. Go for Object Oriented Programmers (or OO Programming without Objects) - Steve Francia 00:33:18
  190. Idioms for Building Distributed Fault-tolerant Applications with Elixir - Jose Valim 00:40:14
  191. API Ecosystem with Scala, Scalatra, and Swagger at Netflix - Manish Pandit 00:37:36
  192. Migrating to the Web Using Dart and Polymer - A Guide for Legacy OOP Developers - Faisal Abid 00:41:34
  193. Adventures in the WebRTC Garden--or is it Wilderness? - Brian Capouch, Nathan Samano, Alex Yong, Steven Quella, and Danilo Zekov 00:42:59
  194. Mobile and Multi-Device Web Development with Tritium - Ishan Anand 00:40:51
  195. Why You Should Be Looking at Functional Web Development - Adam Granicz 00:47:01
  196. Open Sourcing Mental Illness - Edward Finkler 00:43:40
  197. My Friends Keep Leaving and it is Ruining Board Games Day - Tim Nugent 00:41:20
  198. A Presentation Toolbox that Just Might Blow Your Audience Away - Florian Haas 00:37:20
  199. Quantifying your Fitness - Kirsten Hunter and Kjerstin Williams 00:32:30
  200. Hacking the Kernel, Hacking Myself - Kelley Nielsen 00:27:45
  201. Marketing Your Tech Talent - Deirdr Straughan 00:41:18
  202. Building Native iOS and Android Apps in Java - Steve Hannah - Part 1 00:44:35
  203. Building Native iOS and Android Apps in Java - Steve Hannah - Part 2 00:27:57
  204. Building Native iOS and Android Apps in Java - Steve Hannah - Part 3 00:50:20
  205. Building Native iOS and Android Apps in Java - Steve Hannah - Part 4 00:41:34
  206. Reactive All The Way Down - James Ward - Part 1 00:58:57
  207. Reactive All The Way Down - James Ward - Part 2 00:45:00
  208. Reactive All The Way Down - James Ward - Part 3 00:34:10
  209. Forty New Features of Java EE 7 in 40 Minutes - Arun Gupta 00:43:04
  210. The Full Stack Java Developer - Joshua Long and Phil Webb 00:37:35
  211. Tracing and Profiling Java (and Native) Applications in Production - Kaushik Srenevasan 1:00:08
  212. Functional Vaadin - Henri Muurimaa 00:44:50
  213. Moving Java into the Open - Heather VanCura and Patrick Curran 00:41:51
  214. How to Build Reactive Applications - Jamie Allen 00:45:42
  215. Building a Recommendation Engine with Spring and Hadoop - Michael Minella 00:34:49
  216. Building Modern Web Apps with Play Framework and Scala - James Ward 00:41:19
  217. Developing Micro-services with Java and Spring - Phil Webb 00:41:29
  218. HTML Canvas Deep Dive - Joshua Marinacci - Part 1 00:40:50
  219. HTML Canvas Deep Dive - Joshua Marinacci - Part 2 00:48:47
  220. AngularJS Tutorial - Sam Helman - Part 1 00:51:03
  221. AngularJS Tutorial - Sam Helman - Part 2 00:26:52
  222. AngularJS Tutorial - Sam Helman - Part 3 00:56:52
  223. Obey the Testing Goat! TDD for Web Development with Python - Harry Percival - Part 1 00:40:27
  224. Obey the Testing Goat! TDD for Web Development with Python - Harry Percival - Part 2 00:29:52
  225. Obey the Testing Goat! TDD for Web Development with Python - Harry Percival - Part 3 00:27:02
  226. Obey the Testing Goat! TDD for Web Development with Python - Harry Percival - Part 4 00:31:20
  227. Building a Massively Scalable Web Server In Erlang - Garrett Smith - Part 1 00:58:21
  228. Building a Massively Scalable Web Server In Erlang - Garrett Smith - Part 2 00:46:32
  229. Building a Massively Scalable Web Server In Erlang - Garrett Smith - Part 3 00:43:58
  230. Building a Massively Scalable Web Server In Erlang - Garrett Smith - Part 4 00:43:42
  231. Node.js Patterns for the Discerning Developer - C. Aaron Cois 00:37:18
  232. Static Web Rising - Michael Bleigh 00:41:06
  233. Syncing Async - Kyle Simpson 00:42:01
  234. Developing High Performance Websites and Modern Apps with JavaScript and HTML5 - Doris Chen 00:41:00
  235. Embedding Node.js into a High-performance Network Datapath - Manish Vachharajani 00:40:17
  236. HTML5 Video Part Deux; New Opportunities and New Challenges - Michael Dale 00:37:54
  237. HTML5 JavaScript Storage for Structured Data - Andy Gup 00:43:00
  238. HTML5/Angular.js/Groovy/Java/MongoDB all together - what could possibly go wrong? - Trisha Gee 00:45:50
  239. Leaflet, Node.JS, and MongoDB for an Easy and Fun Web Mapping Experience - Steven Pousty 00:42:43
  240. Making maps with OpenStreetMap and Koop - Christopher Helm and Andrew Turner 00:40:46
  241. React's Architecture - Christopher Chedeau 00:36:20
  242. Digital Dancing - Ethan Brown and Kate Rafter 00:28:58
  243. A Multi-Platform Microsoft: Azure, ASP.NET, Open Source, Git and How We Build Things Now - Scott Hanselman 00:39:22
  244. Writing English - Kristen Dedeaux 00:39:29
  245. Unicorns, Dragons, Open Source Business Models And Other Mythical Creatures - Andrew Clay Shafer 00:39:27
  246. How Instagram.com Works - Pete Hunt 00:40:19
  247. How We Went Remote - VM Brasseur 00:47:36
  248. Build Your Own Exobrain - Paul Fenwick 00:33:46
  249. Open Source Your Data Design Process - Scott Murray 00:31:26
  250. Rebooting Open Source at Facebook - James Pearce 00:40:31
  251. Contributing to Contributors: Breaking Down the Barriers to First-commit - Steve Heffernan 00:39:40
  252. Programmer, Program, Machine and Environment - Andrew Sorensen 00:37:31
  253. Healthcare for Geeks - David Uhlman 00:32:17
  254. Arduino + Furby Broken Build Notification - Oh, You'll Want to Fix it Quick! - Tina Coleman 00:38:00
  255. Build your Own Android App using Open Source Libraries - A Hands On Tutorial - Mohammad Almalkawi and Saud Khan - Part 1 00:55:33
  256. Build your Own Android App using Open Source Libraries - A Hands On Tutorial - Mohammad Almalkawi and Saud Khan - Part 2 00:38:21
  257. Build your Own Android App using Open Source Libraries - A Hands On Tutorial - Mohammad Almalkawi and Saud Khan - Part 3 00:59:00
  258. Unfortunately, Design Tutorial Has Stopped, and Other Ways to Infuriate People With Mobile Apps - Paris Buttfield-Addison, Jonat 00:30:05
  259. Unfortunately, Design Tutorial Has Stopped, and Other Ways to Infuriate People With Mobile Apps - Paris Buttfield-Addison, Jonathon Manning, and Christopher Neugebauer - Part 2 00:37:05
  260. Unfortunately, Design Tutorial Has Stopped, and Other Ways to Infuriate People With Mobile Apps - Paris Buttfield-Addison, Jonat 00:10:35
  261. Unfortunately, Design Tutorial Has Stopped, and Other Ways to Infuriate People With Mobile Apps - Paris Buttfield-Addison, Jonat 00:24:02
  262. LoopBack: Open Source mBaaS - Ritchie Martori 00:40:32
  263. Android Developer Tools Essentials - Mike Wolfson 00:45:29
  264. Open Mobile Accessibility with GitHub and Cordova - Matt May 00:42:04
  265. Sepia: How LinkedIn Mobile Made Integration Testing Fast and Reliable in Node.js - Avik Das 00:39:30
  266. PHP Development for Google Glass using Phass - John Coggeshall 00:38:53
  267. Getting Started Contributing to Firefox OS - Benjamin Kerensa and Alex Lakatos 00:31:04
  268. Open Source and Mobile Development: Where Does It Go From Here? - Moderated by: James Turner - Panelists: Alasdair Allan, Joe Bowser, and Mike Wolfson 00:39:25
  269. Functionally Mobile (Automation) - Sebastian Tiedtke 00:44:48
  270. From Cloud to Fog Computing and the Internet of Things - Michael Enescu 00:31:27
  271. Internet ALL the Things - a walking tour of MQTT - Andy Piper 00:37:15
  272. Portable Logic/Native UI - Christopher Neugebauer 00:38:06
  273. Apache Cordova: Past, Present and Future - Joe Bowser 00:36:18
  274. Building an Open Source Learning Thermostat - Zach Supalla 00:41:23
  275. Protocols for the Internet of Things - Vidhya Gholkar 00:45:08
  276. Raspberry Pi Hacks - Ruth Suehle 00:44:06
  277. Bluetooth Low Energy: Big Progress for Small Consumption! - Joshua Marinacci 00:35:03
  278. JavaScript and Internet Controlled Hardware Prototyping - Jonathan LeBlanc 00:53:08
  279. Distributed Robots with Elixir - Josh Adams and Robby Clements 00:29:10
  280. Incorporating Your Passions into Open Source Hardware - Sara Chipps 00:26:46
  281. Train Spotting with Raspberry Pi and Data Science - Harrison Mebane and Stephen OSullivan 00:39:43
  282. Open Source Protocols and Architectures to Fix the Internet of Things - Alasdair Allan 00:42:14
  283. Transit Appliance at Three - Chris Smith 00:35:54
  284. Hacking Lessons: Which Micro-Controller Board Do I Use? - Rob Reilly 00:47:20
  285. WeIO Platform for Internet of Things - Drasko Draskovic 00:39:24
  286. Demystifying SELinux Part II: Whos Policy Is It Anyway? - Dave Quigley - Part 1 00:56:58
  287. Demystifying SELinux Part II: Whos Policy Is It Anyway? - Dave Quigley - Part 2 00:59:20
  288. Demystifying SELinux Part II: Whos Policy Is It Anyway? - Dave Quigley - Part 3 00:55:55
  289. Introduction to Docker: Containerization Is the New Virtualization - James Turnbull and Aaron Huslage - Part 1 00:52:21
  290. Introduction to Docker: Containerization Is the New Virtualization - James Turnbull and Jerome Petazzoni - Part 2 00:50:33
  291. Introduction to Docker: Containerization Is the New Virtualization - James Turnbull and Jerome Petazzoni - Part 3 00:50:21
  292. A Quick Introduction to System Tools Programming with Go - Chris McEniry - Part 1 00:44:21
  293. A Quick Introduction to System Tools Programming with Go - Chris McEniry - Part 2 00:43:18
  294. A Quick Introduction to System Tools Programming with Go - Chris McEniry - Part 3 00:48:04
  295. A Quick Introduction to System Tools Programming with Go - Chris McEniry - Part 4 00:27:26
  296. Is it Safe to Run Applications in Linux Containers? - Jerome Petazzoni 00:36:52
  297. Shipping Applications to Production in Containers with Docker - Jerome Petazzoni 00:33:33
  298. tmux - A Multiplexer's Multiplexer - Boyd Stephens 00:46:43
  299. You Don't Know How Your Computer Works - Matthew Garrett 00:37:58
  300. Monitoring Distributed Systems in Real-time with Riemann and Cassandra - Patricia Gorla 00:20:29
  301. Open Community Infrastructure How-to - Karsten Wade 00:40:12
  302. Application Deployment and Auto-scaling On OpenStack using Heat - Diane Mueller 00:47:02
  303. Choosing a caching HTTP Proxy - Bryan Call 00:33:52
  304. Pro Puppet - Spencer Krum and William Van Hevelingen 00:42:42
  305. Chef and OpenStack - Matt Ray 00:41:34
  306. DevOps for University Students - Lance Albertson and Emily Dunham 00:38:37
  307. Moose is Perl: A Guide to the New Revolution - Ricardo Signes - Part 1 00:47:49
  308. Moose is Perl: A Guide to the New Revolution - Ricardo Signes - Part 2 00:42:15
  309. Moose is Perl: A Guide to the New Revolution - Ricardo Signes - Part 3 00:44:56
  310. Moose is Perl: A Guide to the New Revolution - Ricardo Signes - Part 4 00:48:10
  311. Just My Type - Piers Cawley 00:37:28
  312. Perl 5.20: Perl 5 at 20 - Ricardo Signes 00:46:01
  313. Testing with Test::Class::Moose - Curtis Poe 00:42:48
  314. Pinto: Hassle-Free Dependency Management for Perl - Jeffrey Thalhammer 00:36:57
  315. Highly Functional Programming in Perl - Eric Wilhelm 00:34:32
  316. Debugging LAMP Apps on Linux/UNIX Using Open Source Tools - Jess Portnoy - Part 1 00:58:20
  317. Debugging LAMP Apps on Linux/UNIX Using Open Source Tools - Jess Portnoy - Part 2 00:56:08
  318. Debugging LAMP Apps on Linux/UNIX Using Open Source Tools - Jess Portnoy - Part 1 1:01:03
  319. Include Hack - HHVM - PHP++ - Paul Tarjan and Sara Golemon 00:42:06
  320. Creating Models - Rob Allen 00:41:43
  321. Performing High-Performance Parallel Data Fetching in PHP - Jonah Harris 00:34:54
  322. PHP 5.6 and Beyond: Because Incrementing Major Versions is for Suckers - Adam Harvey 00:40:39
  323. How to Deploy PHP Apps Safely, Efficiently, and Frequently without Losing Your Sanity (Completely) - Mihail Irintchev 00:45:25
  324. Refactoring 101 - Adam Culp 00:38:46
  325. Creating Awesome Web APIs is a Breeze - Markus Lanthaler 00:36:03
  326. Scaling PHP in the Real World! - Dustin Whittle 00:44:13
  327. Creating Awesome Web APIs is a Breeze - Markus Lanthaler 00:34:10
  328. Hands-On Data Analysis with Python - Sarah Guido - Part 1 00:33:23
  329. Hands-On Data Analysis with Python - Sarah Guido - Part 2 00:30:24
  330. Hands-On Data Analysis with Python - Sarah Guido - Part 3 00:32:40
  331. Hands-On Data Analysis with Python - Sarah Guido - Part 4 00:32:21
  332. Full Monty: Intro to Python Metaprogramming - Luciano Ramalho - Part 1 00:37:47
  333. Full Monty: Intro to Python Metaprogramming - Luciano Ramalho - Part 2 00:41:02
  334. Full Monty: Intro to Python Metaprogramming - Luciano Ramalho - Part 3 00:39:36
  335. Full Monty: Intro to Python Metaprogramming - Luciano Ramalho - Part 4 00:41:02
  336. Telling Technology Stories with IPython Notebook - Josh Barratt 00:45:53
  337. There *Will* Be Bugs - Anna Martelli Ravenscroft and Alex Martelli 00:40:40
  338. Analyzing Data with Python - Sarah Guido 00:38:33
  339. Making Federal Regulations Readable with Python - Shashank Khandelwal 00:49:23
  340. Idiomatic APIs with the Python Data Model - Luciano Ramalho 00:44:34
  341. What is Async, How Does it Work, and When Should I Use it? - A. Jesse Jiryu Davis 00:39:56
  342. Python: Encapsulation with Descriptors - Luciano Ramalho 00:40:52
  343. The State of Crypto in Python - Jarret Raim and Paul Kehrer 00:42:19
  344. Tapping into Ruby from the JVM - Dan Allen 00:48:20
  345. Accessibility and Security - For Everyone. Gotchas to Avoid. - Nicolas Steenhout 00:43:28
  346. Eyes on IZON: Surveilling IP Camera Security - Mark Stanislav 00:39:33
  347. Red October: Implementing the Two-man Rule for Keeping Secrets - Nick Sullivan 00:37:38
  348. Open-Source DoS Testing and Defense - Christian Ternus 00:43:05
  349. Secure Development is Much Easier Than You Think - Eric Mittelette and Steve Lipner 00:40:42
  350. Apache HTTP Server; SSL from End-to-End - William A Rowe Jr 00:44:10
  351. DNSSEC Via a New Stub Resolver - Allison Mankin, Willem Toorop, Neel Goyal, and Glen Wiley 00:36:40
  352. Apache HTTP Server; SSL from End-to-End - William A Rowe Jr 00:39:58
  353. Inside the Go Tour - Francesc Campoy Flores 00:35:06
  354. A New Community is Born in Internet of Things: Standard Specification to Open Source - Soohong Park 00:35:03
  355. Open Source in Enterprise Software - Sanjay Patil 00:40:44
  356. Open Source Multiplies New Relic Awesomeness - Nathan Humbert 00:31:18
  357. Why Open Platforms Matter to Enterprises and Developers - Manav Mishra 00:39:53
  358. Crash Course in Open Source Cloud Computing - Mark Hinkle 00:43:59
  359. Why Open Platforms Matter to Enterprises and Developers - Manav Mishra 00:41:42
  360. The Epic Battle: Scala at PayPal - Aaron Schlesinger 00:40:43
  361. Leveraging a Cloud Architecture for Fun, Ease, and Profit! - Harold Hannon and Phil Jackson 00:36:50
  362. Managing Containerized Applications - Brian Grant 00:38:05
  363. Gophers with Hammers: Fun with Parsing and Generating Go - Josh Bleecher Snyder 00:36:40
  364. Cassandra 2.X: Transactions, NoSQL, and Performance - Jonathan Ellis 00:41:33
  365. Bringing More Women to Free and Open Source Software - Karen Sandler and Cat Allman 00:50:31
  366. Driving Innovation and Next Generation Application Architectures with Open Source - Jesse Noller and Brandon Philips 00:47:44
  367. What's a 'DPDK', and Where Can I Get One? - Bruce Richardson 00:34:24
  368. Current Best Practices for Building Enterprise Mobile Apps - Darryn Campbell 00:38:02
  369. The Art of Tizen UI Theme Technology in Various Profiles - Daniel Juyung Seo 00:38:34
  370. A Deployment Architecture for OpenStack in the Enterprise - Rajeev Pandey 00:44:52
  371. Build Responsive Web Apps with OpenUI5 - Frederic Berg, DJ Adams, and Andreas Kunz 00:32:10
  372. Perl Web Development with CGI::Ex::App - James Lance 00:31:51
  373. Apache Spark: A Killer or Savior of Apache Hadoop? - Roman Shaposhnik 00:39:23
  374. Understanding Hypervisor Selection in Apache CloudStack - Tim Mackey 00:46:09
  375. Modernizing your Cloud with Software Collections - Doran Barton 00:41:47
  376. Evolution of the Apache CouchDB Development Community - Joan Touzet 00:40:57
  377. A Hands-on Intro to Data Science and R - Kevin Crocker- Part 1 00:38:08
  378. A Hands-on Intro to Data Science and R - Kevin Crocker- Part 2 00:30:37
  379. Discover OpenUI5 The New Web UI library from SAP - Frederic Berg, DJ Adams, and Andreas Kunz - Part 1 00:47:07
  380. Discover OpenUI5 The New Web UI library from SAP - Frederic Berg, DJ Adams, and Andreas Kunz - Part 2 00:22:25
  381. Discover OpenUI5 The New Web UI library from SAP - Frederic Berg, DJ Adams, and Andreas Kunz - Part 3 00:36:30
  382. Hands-on CloudStack Ecosystem Tutorial - Sebastien Goasguen - Part 1 00:55:00
  383. Hands-on CloudStack Ecosystem Tutorial - Sebastien Goasguen - Part 2 00:18:39
  384. Hands-on CloudStack Ecosystem Tutorial - Sebastien Goasguen - Part 3 00:27:06
  385. Git and GitHub Essentials - Brent Beer - Part 1 00:57:19
  386. Git and GitHub Essentials - Brent Beer - Part 2 00:57:48
  387. Git and GitHub Essentials - Brent Beer - Part 3 00:59:32
  388. Make your Open Source More Open Conquering the Accessibility Challenge -Ed Schipul and Rachel Magario - Part 1 00:30:46
  389. Make your Open Source More Open Conquering the Accessibility Challenge -Ed Schipul and Rachel Magario - Part 2 00:29:47
  390. Git and GitHub Essentials - Brent Beer - Part 3 00:45:23
  391. Git for Grown-ups - Emma Jane Westby 00:32:16
  392. REST: It's Not Just For Servers - Mark Lavin 00:41:26
  393. Debugging HTTP - Lorna Jane Mitchell 00:38:57
  394. GitGot: The Swiss Army Chainsaw of Git Repo Management - John Anderson 00:37:32
  395. Glimpse of Git's Future - Shawn Pearce 00:27:37
  396. How Open Source Powers Facebook on Android - Simon Stewart 00:45:03
  397. Introduction to Advanced Bash Usage - James Pannacciulli 00:42:52
  398. Design for Life - Juhan Sonin 00:42:53
  399. How Do I Game Design? - Paris Buttfield-Addison and Jonathon Manning 00:35:44
  400. OpenUI5 - The New Responsive Web UI Library - Andreas Kunz and Frederic Berg 00:37:34
  401. Kinect for Creative Development with Cinder, openFrameworks - Olivier Bloch, Eric Mittelette, and Rick Barraza 00:42:41
  402. Mind the Gap: Architecting UIs in the Era of Diverse Devices - Nathaniel Schutta 00:39:44
  403. Writing Documentation that Satisfies Your Users - Sarah White 00:45:52