Published 11th June 2020
OpenHive.JS presents conversations with key contributors and open source leaders around new developments, challenges and perspectives in JS technology. The podcast series is hosted by James Snell, head of NearForm Research, and Matteo Collina, NearForm Technical Director and Node.js TSC member.
Episode 1, Philipp Dunkel on Temporal: For our introductory episode, we welcome Philipp Dunkel to tell us about the Temporal proposal for date and time handling. Philipp gets into the persistent challenges in how we currently manage date and time, and explains how Temporal aims to solve them.
Episode 2, Liran Tal on empowering open source: In this episode, we welcome Liran Tal, Developer Advocate at Snyk and a member of the Node.JS Security working group. Liran shares tips for engaging contributors in the open source community, why it’s important for organisations using OSS to give back and much more.
Episode 3, Laurie Barth on maintaining Gatsby: For this episode of OpenHive.JS, we talk to Laurie Barth about life as a Gatsby maintainer and what it’s really like to be part of a project with that many moving parts. Laurie shares insights into getting started in open source, the beauty of docs done right and much more.
Still to come
In the months ahead, Matteo and James will be speaking with Ramón Guijarro about React, Kenigbolo Meya Stephen about NethCTI, Alessandro Polidori about documentation — and that’s just to start.
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