Social Coding

A session at .NET Fringe Conference

Tuesday 14th April, 2015

5:15pm to 5:35pm (PST)

The foundational book Peopleware presents the thesis that the biggest challenge in building software systems is sociological, not technological. It turns out this applies not just to systems, but software communities and companies.

In this talk I'll cover some of these challenges and some practical tips on how we can be a force for improvement. This ranges from specific tips for being a better maintainer/citizen on GitHub to general communication patterns that help foster a great open source community.

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Phil Haack

i love paradox. This statement is not true. I work at Github doing crazy. bio from Twitter

Next session in Main Stage

5:35pm Closing by Itamar Syn-Hershko, Glenn Block and Troy Howard

30 attendees

  • Adron Hall
  • alistair beck
  • Bob Schroeder
  • Brandon Morales
  • Bridge.NET
  • Christopher
  • Dave McFarland
  • Dave Evans
  • Valerie Roske
  • Rob Reynolds
  • Dave Bordoley
  • Greg Mason
  • Phil Haack
  • Marty Hope
  • Ian Cooper
  • Joe Vetta
  • Joe Waid
  • Josh van Eikeren
  • Justin Rusbatch
  • Kirsten Winters
  • Miles Strombach
  • Loren Paulsen
  • Chris Lunt
  • Nicholas Carey
  • Joshua Shannon
  • Ryan Riley
  • Ron Scott
  • Sean Killeen
  • Sreenivas Reddy Mallipeddi
  • Terry Tice

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  • Immo Landwerth

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When

Time 5:15pm5:35pm PST

Date Tue 14th April 2015

Where

Main Stage, Bossanova Ballroom

Short URL

lanyrd.com/sdkxmr

Official event site

dotnetfringe.org

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Books by speaker

  • Professional ASP.NET MVC 1.0
  • Professional ASP.NET MVC 4
  • Professional ASP.NET MVC 3.0

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