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July 31, 2016 @ 11:00 am

Ep. 28 - Talent Sourcing for Today’s High Tech Roles, Community Style with Jill Jubinski (@jilljubs)

There is a shift in how we source talent in a world where remote work and the two-pizza team has become something that changed a lot of the world of high tech.  

How do you build a community inside the office?  Jill Jubinski shares her insights into a widely respected style that she has brought to the industry after hiring and nurturing talented teams at some of the most well know technology firms. 

This is a must listen for managers, technologists, and human resource professionals alike.  Thank you to Jill for a really great conversation!
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July 24, 2016 @ 11:00 am

Ep. 27 - The Art and Challenges of Community Building with @JonoBacon

Join us for a great conversation with Jono Bacon (@jonobacon), who has been a part of some of the largest IT and open source communities over recent years.  

We delve into how to build communities, the challenges of engagement, and how to support open source as an employer and as a contributor.  

We also discuss the latest initiative that Jono has been working with, Hack The World featured at https://hackerone.com/hacktheworld/2016 

You can find more about Jono's work at http://jonobacon.org 
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July 10, 2016 @ 5:00 pm

Ep. 26 - The Art of Learning with David Davis (@davidmdavis)

The old saying "nobody said it was easy" holds true in most things, but with the resources we have today, learning about IT is well within reach.  In a great conversation with David Davis (@davidmdavis) of Actual Tech Media, we talk about his early journey to becoming a CCIE, the plethora of amazing content that David has published for Pluralsight and the art of learning with the community.

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July 5, 2016 @ 2:06 pm

Ep. 25 - Mesosphere DCOS and Open Source Innovation with Michael Hausenblas (@mhausenblas)

In another dynamic chat with Michael Hauselblas (@mhausenblas), a self-described Distributed Systems Jester, who is also a Developer and Cloud Advocate for Mesosphere.  

Michael brings a very interesting background to the field, and we are able to touch on some very interesting topics in the open source product development lifecycle as a result.  I hope that you enjoy the chat as much as I did being a part of it. 
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