Bryan Behrenshausen's public notebook. Updated irregularly.
I’ve had the incredibly good fortune to appear on several open source-related podcasts this year. What follows are my notes on the lot of them.
Fellow open-minded writer Felicity Brand invited me to chat with her on an episode of Communicate, Connect, Grow, a spectacular podcast from Open Strategy Partners, the communication strategy firm for which she wordsmiths. We talked about our open source origin stories, writing in and for open source projects, working asynchronously with distributed teams, and lots more.
At SCaLE20x in April, I sat down with the indefatigable Kaslin Fields, host of Google’s Kubernetes Podcast who was fresh off her own well-received presentation, to discuss the joys of attending one of my favorite community-focused open source conferences. We discussed show highlights, conference wishlists, and all the ways the open source community continues to surprise us.
Also at SCaLE20x, Michael Tunnell of Destination Linux swung by the GitLab booth to chat about my favorite DevSecOps platform. But the best part of our conversation was his rapid-fire lightning round, which tested my sleep-deprived brain’s ability to justify my favorite Linux distribution, articulate my love of vaporwave, and render judgment about muffins’ superiority over cupcakes (sadly, that last bit only found its way to the cutting room floor).
# August 27, 2023