Developers, are you curious about open source software (OSS) and Microsoft's role in this pivotal trend? We know everyone is talking about OSS, and everyone has questions. So we asked the experts and got tons of helpful information! Watch host Richard Campbell, of .NET Rocks! fame, as he interviews top open source experts, and find out what the big deal is!Watch these sessions to hear about OSS as a significant part of Microsoft's offerings, and explore what this means for developers, open source enthusiasts, and perhaps most significantly, for open source neophytes. Learn about working the OSS way and how it can help you work better. And hear about managing projects with GitHub, explore the culture of OSS, find out what OSS means for Microsoft Azure, and much more. Instructors | Phil Haack – GitHub, Developer; Ross Gardler - Microsoft Senior Technical Evangelist; Scott Hunter - Microsoft Azure, Principal Program Manager; Keith Dahlby – MVP; Richard Campbell - Campbell & Associates, President and MVP; Jay Schmelzer - Microsoft Visual Studio Team, Director of Program Management; Gianugo Rabellino - Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc., Senior Director of Open Source Communities; Cliff Allen - Microsoft Senior Attorney
Ross Gardler, President of the Apache Software Foundation and Senior Technical Evangelist with Microsoft Open Tech, discusses Microsoft's involvement with open source software and what direction the industry is moving.
Phil Haack of GitHub talks about the culture of OSS, how projects work, and how to get involved.
MVP Keith Dahlby discusses his own projects on GitHub and how to best incorporate your new ideas into existing projects.
Cliff Allen, Senior Attorney with Microsoft Law and Corporate Affairs, discusses licensing and potential legal issues with OSS.
Scott Hunter, Principal Program Manager with Microsoft, discusses ASP.NET's evolution with OSS.
Jay Schmelzer, Partner Director with Microsoft, discusses the .NET Foundation.
Gianugo Rabellino, Senior Director of Open Source Communities with Microsoft Open Tech, discusses Microsoft and the OSS community.
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