The ReadME Project
THE README PODCAST // EPISODE 30
Kelsey shares his origin story, insights on the future of Kubernetes, and advice on making complicated technology easier to understand.
How ‘open’ should your open source be?
Boundaries aren't always intuitive for maintainers, but limiting contributions can be their healthiest option.
Champion accessibility to unleash untapped potential
Dr. Annalu Waller on the intricate, interdependent network of support that shapes our lives.
Noah Gift // Pragmatic AI Labs
The case for using Rust in MLOps
Level up your Rust skills and push MLOps forward with GitHub Copilot.
Jerome Hardaway // Microsoft
Junior to senior: An action plan for engineering career success
Enhance your engineering career prospects using this systematic guide for skill development and growth.
The ReadME Project amplifies the voices of the developer community by telling stories about:
- Open Source ,
- Culture ,
- Security ,
- DevOps ,
- and more.
Formatters, linters, and compilers: Oh my!
Coding accessibility: Disability as catalyst for creativity
Faced with accessibility barriers, developer Paul Chiou turns obstacles into innovative solutions.
Putting the African open source community on the map
Ruth’s dream is to show people that Africans aren’t just consumers of open source: They’re creators as well.
Harness the power of generative AI for software development
Tools like GitHub Copilot and ChatGPT can change the way you build software.
Limor Fried // Adafruit Industries
Leading the community of Adafruit
Limor Fried on making firm decisions, weeding out negativity, and building something better, together.
Gio Lodi // Automattic
Accelerate test-driven development with AI
Get faster feedback loops by letting GitHub Copilot augment your TDD workflow.
THE README PODCAST // EPISODE 29
The open/closed equilibrium
Striking a balance between openness and control in open source projects, preserving the integrity of community insights, and how humor can transform communities.
Open source is fueling the future of nuclear physics
This once secretive scientific field is embracing openness in a big way.
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THE README PODCAST // EPISODE 28
Fusing tech and progress
How open source is powering nuclear fusion research, advise for fortifying your career against change, and practical tips to get going with Git and GitHub.
THE README PODCAST // EPISODE 27
Innovation without barriers
Reframing disability and accessibility, playing Minecraft with your eyes, and what AI means for the future of accessibility.
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From gaming with your eyes to coding with AI: New frontiers for accessibility
With open source, developers with disabilities can contribute, collaborate, and participate like never before.
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Invite the critics and keep learning
Rohan, aka Blue Edge, on gaining different perspectives, maintaining a growth mindset, and staying true to yourself.
Out of the slums and into open source
Using software development as a path out of poverty, Santosh knows a little support goes a long way.
Leonardo Javier Russo // MobilityLauncher
Raising the bar for open source standards
Leonardo is working toward a future where everyone can seamlessly participate in open source.
Building super fans through genuine human connections
Jana’s successful career is driven by her empathy and love for the developer community.
Dr. Johanna Pirker
Twitch: A game changer for developers
Gaming technologies offer real benefits for virtual spaces.
Niek Palm // Philips
Safer GitHub administration through IssueOps
Use GitHub Actions to promote and demote admins—it’s like sudo for GitHub!
Art Chaidarun // Duolingo
Simplifying developer onboarding with a few clicks
Migrating from a monolithic architecture to a microservices approach required tooling that enabled both flexibility and consistency.
Lisa Vanderschuit // Shopify
Help your team sustain a healthy work-life balance
Finding clarity, focus, and agency in day-to-day work.