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Ever wondered what it is about open source software that makes people want to give so freely of their time? Well, this podcast for open-source contributors, future, past and present, by open-source contributors, is your one-stop shop to answering that question. We meet fortnightly to discuss all things open-source; everything from the work itself to the communities we find ourselves in. Expect insight, ideas and idle chatter from four experienced developers: Lotte Pitcher, Carole Logan, Laur ...
 
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This week we chat about finishing things - and in some cases struggling to finish them! Tune in to hear us chat about shipping minimum viable products, using to-do lists to get that "finished a task" feeling and navigating side projects when there's so many interesting technologies to try. If you have any feedback, comments or questions you can twe…
 
This week we get together for a post-codegarden natter. How did we experience the conference from afar and from behind the scenes? Listen to find out. Naturally, we talk veg, because it's us, a bit of football and we also talk about representation, why it matters and how the most recent event fared with it. If you have any feedback, comments or que…
 
This week we chat about the upcoming annual Umbraco festival-unconference-global-knowledge-share-party, more commonly known at Umbraco Codegarden! We talk about some of the pros and cons of virtual events and how they play out and have a good ol' reminisce about times when we used to see each other in real life at conferences. Join us for a chat ab…
 
Over 30 years ago Vanilla Ice told us to "Stop, Collaborate and Listen". Considering Ice Ice Baby hit the charts the year before Linus Torvalds released the Linux kernel, Robert Van Winkle (aka Mr Ice) won't have been talking about open source development. But maybe he was onto something... Join us as we discuss why we should all stop, collaborate …
 
This week we talk about growing. In public! Hw do we grow when people are watching. Is it worth the risk? We also take a look at the recent Basecamp debacle and the missed opportunity for public growth there. Or was it...? You'll also be pleased to learn that we will keep you up to date on our fruit and veg patch because seriously, how can you not …
 
Join us this week for a chat around procrastination. Why do we do it? Is it laziness or weakness? (Spoiler: no!) How can we get around it, and what does it mean in the world of technology and open source? Tune in to find out, as well as to potentially answer any questions you may have around growing asparagus! Also, remember to listen out for a cam…
 
How do we learn new frameworks? What are the big shifts in technology we've experienced so far? Listen to find out the answers and how we are getting up to speed with latest in Umbraco .Net Core migration. If you have any feedback, comments or questions you can tweet us @candidcontribs, email hello@candidcontributions.com or join the Umbraco Commun…
 
We're back from a break, and talking about humour. Should we be funny in work situations? How do you avoid getting it wrong? What does having a sense of humour even mean? We all need more levity in our lives. Using humour can be incredibly powerful, but also quite risky. According to 'Humor Seriously' there are four primary humour styles: the Stand…
 
Happy New Year, and welcome to our “New” episode! Join us to hear what things lie ahead in 2021, including a very exciting Umbraco-related update from Emma... We muse on what community might look like this year, and how meetups could adapt to a more virtual world. The episode was recorded a few days after the fatal events at the US Capitol on Jan 6…
 
In our final episode of our first year as a podcast, we have 2 special guests. We are joined by Ilham Boulghallat from Umbraco HQ and Henk Boelman from Microsoft to discuss leading open source communities. If you have any feedback, comments or questions you can tweet us @candidcontribs, email hello@candidcontributions.com or join the Umbraco Commun…
 
Recorded soon after the Biden Trump election, we discuss how democratic open source is, and how much it should be. We also talk about the influence of technology and social media on our news consumption and how that influences the opinions we form and, ultimately, how we end up voting. Plus a healthy amount of tangential chatter including a whirlwi…
 
PIVOT! This episode we are discussing pivoting: code approaches, career changes, tech stacks. * CanConUmbrackathon guestbook mushroom field: https://candidcontributions.com/umbrackathon/status/ * Umbraco Community teams: https://umbraco.com/blog/the-community-teams-applications-20202021/ * DotNetConf: https://www.dotnetconf.net/ Next time we'll dis…
 
In this episode we discuss standards: coding standards, team/community standards, personal standards. Join us as we talk all this and more, including plans for our upcoming hackathon, 🎵 The CanCon Umbrackathon 🎵, on Friday 16th and Saturday 17th October. Next episode will be: Pivot If you have any feedback, comments or questions you can tweet us @c…
 
There are many ways to contribute to open source, do non code contributions get enough credit? What are people's motivations for participating in Hacktoberfest? Does the initiative actually have a negative impact? What can you get back from contributing, and where do we think our own contributions have most value? Join us as we talk all this and mo…
 
We are back for a second series! Join Carole, Emma, Laura & Lotte for a chat on all things tech & open source. This episode we discuss Intent and how it can impact users of technology and even politics. Links: * The Social Dilemma - https://www.netflix.com/gb/title/81254224 * Happy Healthy Minds - https://www.theschooloflife.com/shop/happy-healthy-…
 
This is our end of series special where we recap on the *journey* we've been on (you know how much Em loves that word). We listen back to our favourite clips from the series including guest interviews and ideas we've shared. We think back to what we lived about series 1 and what we look forward to in series 2. We'll be back soon!…
 
In this episode we discuss feedback: why it's important, how to give and get feedback productively. If you have any feedback, comments or questions you can tweet us @candidcontribs, email hello@candidcontributions.com or join the Umbraco Community slack channel #candid-contributions Links: * Radical Candor: https://www.radicalcandor.com/ * Let it G…
 
In this episode we discuss empathy, what it means and how we can learn to think of experiences of others in our techy day jobs and generally in the world. If you have any feedback, comments or questions you can tweet us @candidcontribs, email hello@candidcontributions.com or join the Umbraco Community slack channel #candid-contributions Links: * ht…
 
In this episode we discuss bias: what it means, why we all have it, and some of the different types that there are, including unconscious bias and stereotype threat. It can effect datasets and then lead to (at best) unexpected and (at worst) disastrous results. Would 'blind' pull requests be a good idea for dev teams, or an open source community su…
 
This week we talk about what is happening in the world right now. There are a number of resources mentioned in this episode which are summarised below. If there is anything we are missing, please let us know! - Nadiya Hussein on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/CBWjzNhjyWF/?igshid=1x21julnl4lsi - Brene Brown with Ibram X. Kendi: https://podca…
 
This episode "adventure", where the discussion points where submitting via PR in a "choose your own adventure" style. In our first live recorded episode at CodePatch, the 2 day Umbraco community event, we are joined by a lovely audience who contribute to the conversation. CodePatch was on May 29th & May 30th, more information here: https://candidco…
 
This episode we discuss "share", how we can share knowledge and the courage this can often take, particularly in open source contribution. - GitHub "successors" - https://help.github.com/en/github/setting-up-and-managing-your-github-user-account/maintaining-ownership-continuity-of-your-user-accounts-repositories - "Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterli…
 
In this episode we discuss what the word 'open' in open source means both to us and to some special guests... We hear from Ashley Nicolson and Sebastiaan Janssen, both maintainers of successful open source projects, about the challenges of managing contributions and opinions from active communities. We also hear from Per Ploug who, after years at U…
 
In this episode, we discuss the topic of time. Recorded within a pandemic context, the concept of time has become increasingly mutable and - as we mentally transition to this new state - a focus on how we are spending our time seems only natural. We talk about free time, estimating time for projects, saving time in everyday tasks, and ways to appro…
 
This week we chat about the Candid Contributions Virtual Hackathon we hosted for 2 days over the Easter weekend. Thanks to everyone who attended, we have a few clips from the event and we discuss how we think it went. Next episode will be : Time If you have any feedback, comments or thoughts for next week you can tweet us @candidcontribs, email hel…
 
This week we discuss what it means to be perfect and how that can sometimes get in the way of progress. We discuss our experiences and discuss the advantages of showing our work, despite not being "perfect". Virtual hackathon details (April 10-11, 2020): https://candidcontributions.com Brave, Not Perfect by Reshma Saujani https://www.amazon.co.uk/d…
 
This week we are talking about change. Recorded during the world-changing coronavirus pandemic, we discuss some changes we do actually have control over. From changing careers and tech stacks, to source code control and how change can be managed collaboratively in an open source community. We also talk about the fundraising running art that Umbraco…
 
This week we are talking about what it means and how it feels to be remote! Contextually recorded during the first wave of Coronavirus social-distancing measures in the UK, we talk about the challenges and benefits of online communities, and finding new ways to express ourselves using virtual presences. Thanks go to Janae Cram, Nathan Woulfe, Mark …
 
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