Open Source in the time of COVID-19

Open Source in the time of COVID-19

COVID-19 presents us with an unanticipated crisis that many of us are continuing to struggle with. While open-source often focuses on what you can do for the community, Jennifer is here to tell you it’s okay to ask “what can the community do for me?” – whether you are a maintainer, a contributor, or a first-time open source participant.

In this talk, Jennifer will get personal about the struggle of work during a crisis and leveraging the community of open source to strengthen connections, learn new skills, and contribute in meaningful ways.

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Jennifer Davis

May 12, 2020
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  6. Porter https://porter.sh

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  15. Keep Learning. Bit by Ashley McNamara is licensed under CC

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  17. https://aka.ms/OS101-skills https://aka.ms/OS101-docs

  18. GitHub Research Report on developer productivity from Dr. Nicole Forsgren

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