We had a great time and learned a bunch from all of our awesome presenters. One of the ways we know we messed up a bit was by signing up too many community presentations, which meant that not everyone who prepared something had an opportunity to present. We’ll make sure not do that next time, but if there are any other suggestions you have to make the event better please don’t hesitate to send them over via a pull request.
If you didn’t get a chance to attend we will be posting videos of the talks shortly (including the helicopter high-five) so stay tuned. In the mean time, if you’re interested in having an Open Source Show & Tell in your city check out this playbook. Were happy to share our experiences, help you get the ball rolling, and make it a reality.
Thank you to our awesome presenters!
- APIs and Open source, Nahid Samsami
- Fourchette and developer workflow, Russ Smith
- The Deku Project, Anthony Short
- Open Sourcing .NET, Beth Massi
- Hypermedia API client in Swift, Kyle Fuller
- AmpersandJS — the modular, non-frameworky framework, Mat Tyndall
- Halogen — a HAL+JSON generator for Ruby, Heather Rivers
- liveDb-rethinkdb — The beauty of OT and a realtime database, Jorge Silva
- Prediction IO — open source machine learning, Isabelle Lee
- Pachyderm + Data Pipelines, Joe Deliner
- PostgREST — create a declarative API from any Postgres database, Joe Nelson
- WakaTime — Open source and startup business models, Priyanka Sharma
- ArangoDB — Extensibility of a database API with JS, Michael Hackstein
- Micro Services Glue, Ian Eyberg
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