Atom: My New Favorite Code Editor

As a hobbyist Python programmer, over the years I have tried a variety of different editors. Back in the day I used to use Eclipse with the PyDev plugin. I then moved on to use GEdit with a few extensions switched on. After that I moved to Geany. I have to admit, much...

Blogging, Podcasting, or Video?

Over the course of my career I have been fortune to meet some incredible people and learn some interesting things. These have been both dramatic new approaches to my work and small insights that provide a different lens to look at a problem through. When I learn these...

An Experiment In Reviving Dead Open Source Projects

Earlier this week I did a keynote at All Things Open. While the topic covered the opportunity of us building effective community collaboration and speeding up the development of Open Source and innovation, I also touched on some of the challenges. One of these...

All Things Open Keynote, Talks, Book Signing and More

Tomorrow morning at the ungodly hour of 6am I board a slight to Raleigh for the All Things Open conference. The conference starts on Monday, but I am flying out earlier for a bunch of meetings with folks from opensource.com. This is my first time at All Things Open...

Goodbye XPRIZE, Hello GitHub

Some time ago I was introduced to Peter Diamandis, co-founder of XPRIZE, Human Longevity Inc, Planetary Resources, and some other organizations. We hit it off and he invited me to come and build community at the XPRIZE Foundation. His vision and mine were aligned: to...