We’re on the expo hall floor of OSCON 2019 talking with Eric Holscher, Ali Spittel, and Hong Phuc Dang. First up, we talk to Eric about his work at Write the Docs, ethical advertising, and the Pac-Man rule at conferences. Second, we talk with Ali about her passion for teaching developers, her passion for writing, and her new found love for podcasting. Last, we talk with Hong about her work at FOSSASIA, the disconnect between America and Asia in open source, and several of the cool open source projects they have on GitHub.
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- Eric Holscher – Twitter, GitHub, Website
- Ali Spittel – Twitter, GitHub, Website
- Hong Phuc Dang – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website
- Adam Stacoviak – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website
- Jerod Santo – Twitter, GitHub
Notes and Links
- Write the Docs
- Request For Commits #5: Documentation and the value of non-code contributions with Eric Holscher
- The Pac-Man Rule at Conferences
- Ethical Advertising