Did you get to Monktoberfest and want to be reminded of the fun, or did you miss Monktoberfest, and want to get a taste of what went on there? Then this is the video for you.
If you missed Monktoberfest (or if you were there and want a reminder of just how awesome it was) here’s the video for you
Open Data is not the same as Open Source
This is Ohloh’s product manager Rich Sands’ talk at Monktoberfest 2012
Dropping science on your developer ecosystem – lessons from ecosystem management
This is Steve Citron-Pousty’s talk on using principles from conservation biology for management of IT ecoysytems at Monktoberfest 21012
Engaging influencers in a Post-PR world using non-traditional methods of abstraction and intuition
This is Mike Maney’s talk on marketing in the new inter-connected world at Monktoberfest 2012
Ryan Tomayko of Github gave this talk at Monktoberfest 2012 about how there is no formal management structure at Github, and how the company functions without this.
Everyone is influential. Curation and the Social Web
This is Joe Long’s talk at Monktoberfest about the music industry, influence and the social web.
Scaling sucks – what I learned in a year at Etsy
This is Rafe Colburn’s talk at Monktoberfest 2012
Can we hack open source cloud platforms to help reduce emissions?
This is Tom Raftery’s presentation at Monktoberfest 2012 – the slides for this talk are on SlideShare
Questions first, then data – perspectives on data science from a social scientist.
This is the video of Drew Conway’s talk at Monktoberfest 2012.
How I learned to stop worrying and love Open Source Software Foundations
Joe Brockmeier’s talk about open source foundations at Monktoberfest 2012
After Joe Brockmeier gave his talk at Monktoberfest, we grabbed him for an interview to get a quick synopsis of his presentation.
The full video of Joe’s talk is here