Geeking Out: Overtime with Guest Amanda Brock
Amanda Brock’s passion for #opensource led her to organize #StateOfOpenCon. Adriana Villela geeks out with Amanda for this special bonus edition of the podcast, as Amanda talks about what it takes to organize a tech conference (2 years in a row!), and what makes this conference special!
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Open Source AI and the Llama 2 Kerfuffle
The definition of open source is being challenged in the age of AI. Three experts join the conversation to discuss what needs to evolve. Erica Brescia, a managing director at Redpoint Ventures, and Steven Vaughan-Nichols, founder of Open Source Watch, joined the discussion with Amanda Brock, CEO of OpenUK.
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From the Legal Profession to Open Technology: Amanda Brock with Digitalisation World
Amanda Brock, CEO of OpenUK – the not-for-profit organisation representing the UK’s Open Technology sector – started her career in the legal sector and when she did move across to the IT industry discovered a more enlightened approach to diversity, equality and inclusion, but one that still had a way to go! In this interview, she shares some brilliant insights and observations as to the attitudes she has encountered in her career, and how she is optimistic as to the future.
Open Source Is The Future Of Innovation : OpenUK CEO Amanda Brock
With 3 million GitHub accounts, the UK is the leader in open source in Europe. A unique organization, OpenUK, is working to create a cohesive business community and advocating for UK leadership and international collaboration in open technology. In this interview recorded at the Open Source Summit in Vancouver, OpenUK CEO Amanda Brock explains what OpenUK is all about and shares what is happening in the UK, particularly in the open source arena.
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State of Open Con Podcast – Episode 1
Amanda Brock and Kris Bondi, Executive Director & Co-founder of Mimoto to discuss the State of Open Con.
Open Source Law, Policy and Practice Book Podcast, with book Editor and OpenUK CEO Amanda Brock and Co-Host Matt Yonkovitz, interviewing the authors of the 24 book chapters.
The Authors: Keith Bergelt, Ian Walden, Ross Gardler, Stephen Walli, Jilayne Lovejoy, Miriam Ballhausen, McCoy Smith, Pamela Chestek, Malcolm Bain, Mirko Boehm, Knut Blind, Nikolaus Thumm, Amanda Brock, Toby Crick, Kate Stewart, Shane Coughlan, Nithya Ruff, Karen Sandler, Richard Fontana, Andrew Katz, Mark Radcliffe, Iain G. Mitchell KC, Mishi Choudhary, Michael Cheng, Charles-Henri Schulz, Carlo Piana
Book editor Amanda Brock and co-host Matt Yonkovit are joined by Jilayne Lovejoy, Commercial Counsel at Red Hat, to discuss the book launch panel at the All Things Open Conference in Raleigh, NC. Pamela also speaks on her book chapter topic ‘Contributor Agreements’.
Book editor Amanda Brock and co-host Matt Yonkovit are joined by Pamela Chestek, the principal of Chestek Legal, to discuss the book launch panel at the All Things Open Conference in Raleigh, NC. Pamela also speaks on her book chapter topic ‘Trademarks’.
Book editor Amanda Brock and co-host Matt Yonkovit are joined by Kate Stewart of The Linux Foundation to discuss the book launch panel at the All Things Open Conference in Raleigh, NC. Kate also speaks on her book chapter topic ‘SPDX and Software Bill of Materials’.
Book editor Amanda Brock and co-host Matt Yonkovit are joined by Nithya Ruff of Amazon to discuss the book launch panel at the All Things Open Conference in Raleigh, NC. Nithya also speaks on her book chapter topic ‘The Rise of Open Source Program Offices (OSPO)’.
Book editor Amanda Brock and co-host Matt Yonkovit are joined by Silona Bonewald of IEEE to discuss the book launch at the All Things Open Conference in Raleigh, NC. And take the opportunity to discuss what they are looking forward to during the #opensouce community conference.
OpenUK’s Summer of Open Source Security
The money, the data, the people – How #OpenBanking and Financial Transformation drive Sustainability. And why Open Source is essential to it. With Gavin Starks, CEO at Icebreaker One and Amanda Brock from OpenUK