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Ever wondered what it is about open source software that makes people want to give so freely of their time? Well, this podcast for open-source contributors, future, past and present, by open-source contributors, is your one-stop shop to answering that question. We meet to discuss all things open-source; everything from the work itself to the communities we find ourselves in. Expect insight, ideas and idle chatter from four experienced developers: Lotte Pitcher, Carole Logan, Laura Weatherhea ...
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In each episode of Unique Contributions, we bring you closer to some of the most interesting people from around our business working on industry-shaping issues that matter. We explore how they and we collectively as a business, create a positive impact on society through our knowledge, resources and skills. This is what we call our “unique contributions”. In this series, we explore the issue of trust: how can we build trust in data and technology and help create a world that works for everyo ...
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This conference took place in the Royal Irish Academy on May 7 2013. The conference sought to strengthen the profile and advance the research agenda of the Humanities and qualitative Social Sciences within the framework of Horizon 2020. The central objective of this event was to give prominence to previously neglected aspects of the Humanities and Social Sciences as the means of identifying 'alternative competences' and demonstrating their central value with regard to cultural, social and ec ...
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Last week we recorded live at the Umbraco Codegarden conference in Denmark! We were given the honour of closing the show, so we took the opportunity to talk about our highlights of the event, and to invite some friends - old and new - to join us on stage. Big thank you to our live audience for giving us the energy we needed (it had been long week!)…
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It's been 18 months since Elon Musk acquired Twitter and there's no denying he changed it irrevocably. We discuss how much we still miss the Twitter of old, and whether the Fediverse alternatives are bridging the gap. We also talk about that most precious resource: time. We share our different approaches to time management and task organisation, fr…
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In this episode, we talk with Josh Fastuca from Josh's Aussie Reptiles. https://www.facebook.com/joshsaussiereptiles https://www.instagram.com/joshs_aussie_reptiles/ https://www.instagram.com/joshs_aussie_adventures/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-fastuca/ Follow the Eippers: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100095066316571 Web…
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In Episode #2, We sit down and discuss life, inspiration, art and animals with Adeline and Chris. Tie & Scott: Website: https://www.wildlifedemonstrations.com/ Fbook: https://www.facebook.com/wildlifedemonstrations/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/naturefouryou/ Cold-blooded Contributions Podcast Fbook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=…
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... is NOT "don't talk about the Microsoft MVP Summit". Quite the opposite, in fact, as you're actively encouraged to post on social media that you're there (#MVPSummit). You just can't share any of the information from the sessions as all the content is under NDA. Emma and Lotte (aka 50% of Candid Contributions) were at the Microsoft Campus in Red…
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Welcome to the first episode of CBC. In this episode, MPR host Eric Burke asks the Eippers about themselves. Follow the Eippers: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100095066316571 Website & bookshop: https://www.wildlifedemonstrations.com Follow MPR Network on: FB: https://www.facebook.com/MoreliaPythonRadio IG: https://www.instagram…
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There are many ways to contribute to an open-source software community, such as attending a meetup, giving a talk at a conference or writing a blog post. In this episode we talk to Erica, Janae and Kyle: the team behind Skrift, the online monthly magazine for the Umbraco community. Eight years ago they decided to start this initiative and 100 issue…
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Hugh Jones joined RX as CEO in February 2020, and within a month, was facing the implications of the global Covid pandemic. The business, like many others, was seriously impacted. But three years on, recent shows are now performing on average better than their pre-Covid versions. So what has happened? What innovations have been implemented that mak…
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Last week we recorded live at the Umbraco Codegarden conference in Denmark! Join us as we discuss what we love about the conference and meet our wonderful guests: Jan Skovgaard - an Umbraco community member with 14 years(!) of contributions: forum posts, packages, core pull requests, accessibility team member and 24 days in Umbraco organiser. Jonah…
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Mike Walsh, CEO of LexisNexis Legal & Professional, and part of RELX, takes a deep dive into the subject of generative AI and the law. What are the opportunities and risks for lawyers? What are the use cases? What will legal work look like in years to come? LexisNexis Legal & Professional recently launched a generative AI platform designed to trans…
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Conferences, meetups, coding retreats … we discuss all sorts of in-person events and why they’re so important for a healthy community. Organising them is a lot of work, but perhaps this type of open source contribution is the most valuable... We're delighted to have been joined by Cat Todd from Gibe Digital, and we talk about her recent experience …
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Imagine an American single mother of two teenagers living in Indianapolis who decides it is time to buy her first family home. With no debt, a college degree and a steady job, one would think it would be easy to secure a mortgage. Except she can’t. What about a British national in his mid-thirties moving back to the UK after spending some time in H…
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In this episode Laura has a chat with Felienne Hermans, the creator and maintainer of Hedy, a text based programming language with a community of educators and contrbutors. https://hedycode.com/ https://www.manning.com/books/the-programmers-brain If you have any feedback, comments or questions you can tweet us @candidcontribs, email hello@candidcon…
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In this episode we chat about the recent Umbraco Spark Innovation Conference that we all attended in person in Bristol. Plot-spoil: it was awesome! Carole, Laura and Lotte were on the speakers list so we discuss the talks they gave, everyone's highlights from the day, and just how good it is to be with other Umbracians again. Roll on Codegarden! Vi…
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Alicia’s story is a rare story of survival. Twenty years ago, Alicia was abducted and raped by a man she met in an online chatroom. She was just 13 at the time. Her ordeal lasted four days, which was the time it took for the FBI to track down her kidnapper. Since her rescue, Alicia has devoted her life to fighting child predators and educating chil…
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Our largest and most vital US public government programs — food stamps (SNAP), Medicaid, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), unemployment insurance and even the tax system — are being systematically plundered by domestic and transnational criminals who are intent on disrupting our way of life. Woody Talcove knows this because for 14 yea…
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As a global organisation with 33,000 people across 40 countries, how do we make sure we continue to attract, retain and develop talent? How do we adapt to new employee expectations? How do we create a working environment that is inclusive, embraces diversity of thought and allows people to have long and rewarding careers? In this episode, Rose Thom…
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We take a look back at the best of 2022 (spoiler alert, July was THE month for us) and look forward to 2023. We discuss how we plan to spend our energy and how to do so without draining our reserves. Which conferences will we get to this year and what exactly is an 'authentic boundary?' We are also joined by Allen Smith, the newest addition to the …
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Some people are blessed with good health, others are not. But health is not just a factor of physical condition. There are many underlying community-wide social and economic conditions in which people are born, live and work that impact health outcomes. This is what is commonly referred to as social determinants of health. Taking these into account…
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In this second episode, YS Chi explores the subject of Artificial Intelligence and Ethics, also sometimes called Responsible AI. Like any technology gaining prominence, there is both substance and fuzziness to be found in discussions around AI. There are also many grey areas that are sometimes presented as black and white. Vijay Raghavan, chief tec…
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To mark the launch of our third series of Unique Contributions, our host, YS Chi, explores the issue of the Rule of Law and how to make it universal and relevant for everyone. YS Chi asks Ian McDougall, general counsel of LexisNexis Legal & Professional and president of LexisNexis Rule of Law Foundation, if there's a Rule of Law crisis? And if so, …
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Having a good workplace culture leads to happy, productive developers. But what makes it 'good'? It’s not the same for everyone. We talk about workplace culture and the different environments we’ve witnessed from Silicon Valley to Denmark via the UK... We also chat vegetables (of course), paddle boarding and the tennis/squash hybrid called padel! W…
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We are back and chatting about our (hybrid) attendance at Umbraco Codegarden conference. Join us as we interview some remote conference attendees on how the event was for them. Let us know what you think #theCodegardenEffect is! If you have any feedback, comments or questions you can tweet us @candidcontribs, email hello@candidcontributions.com or …
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We’re very excited to be joined by Maria Naggaga from Microsoft for this episode. Maria has been breaking down barriers both personally, being a woman of colour in tech, and professionally with projects focused on making it easier for people to learn and use .NET. We discuss her achievements at Microsoft, what it’s like working in open source on su…
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We are back!... and little rusty at this podcasting thing! In this episode we catch up with what we have been up to in open source since last time, discuss Umbraco 9 and .Net 6 releases, real life conference attendance, aswell as the now traditional neuroscience and vegetable updates. * https://umbraco.com/blog/migrating-from-umbraco-8-on-premises-…
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This week we chat about finishing things - and in some cases struggling to finish them! Tune in to hear us chat about shipping minimum viable products, using to-do lists to get that "finished a task" feeling and navigating side projects when there's so many interesting technologies to try. If you have any feedback, comments or questions you can twe…
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A sea change is occurring within the air travel industry. From last minute bookings to reduced business travel and new efficiencies aligned to sustainability targets, new travel patterns are emerging. Which of these will remain permanent beyond the pandemic and how will the industry rebuild better? In this 10th and final episode of Season 2, YS Chi…
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How do you build a workplace culture and why does it matter? As business leaders grapple with retaining talent, inclusion and wellbeing, building a culture centered around purpose is top of mind. In this episode, YS Chi speaks with Rashelle Cejo, vice president of human resources for LexisNexis Asia and RELX shared service centre in the Philippines…
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This week we get together for a post-codegarden natter. How did we experience the conference from afar and from behind the scenes? Listen to find out. Naturally, we talk veg, because it's us, a bit of football and we also talk about representation, why it matters and how the most recent event fared with it. If you have any feedback, comments or que…
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Farmers and growers are at the forefront of what is perhaps the world’s biggest challenge. How do you feed a growing world population expected to reach 9.6bn by 2050 while available arable land is reducing and environmental constraints are increasing? How can we help the farmers and growers who put food on our plates? In this episode, YS Chi speaks…
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In this episode, YS Chi speaks with Márcia Balisciano, global head of corporate responsibility at RELX. Márcia joined RELX 18 years ago to establish a ‘global community programme’ which the then CEO thought would be a two-year gig. At the time, terms like ‘ESG’ (Environmental, Social and Governance) or ‘CR’ (Corporate Responsibility) hadn’t yet mad…
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In this episode, YS Chi speaks with Simon Mayle, event director of the International Luxury Travel Market events in the Americas and PROUD Experiences. Born in a family of pioneer travel experts, Simon dedicated his professional life to creating better travel experiences for the discerning LGBTQ+ and luxury travel communities. Through his personal …
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This week we chat about the upcoming annual Umbraco festival-unconference-global-knowledge-share-party, more commonly known at Umbraco Codegarden! We talk about some of the pros and cons of virtual events and how they play out and have a good ol' reminisce about times when we used to see each other in real life at conferences. Join us for a chat ab…
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In this episode, YS Chi speaks with Brian Brittain, chief operating officer of Reed Exhibitions. In a normal year, the organisation runs over 400 events across all continents. During the pandemic, it has had to navigate show cancellations and moving event dates. But sometimes crisis creates opportunities. We hear from Brian how the company has acce…
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Gender balance in the world of Artificial Intelligence is work in progress. But female role models do exist. In this episode, YS Chi speaks with one of them. Min Chen is a computer scientist leading a team of around 250 technologists and software engineers focused on applying machine learning, natural language processing and other advanced technolo…
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Over 30 years ago Vanilla Ice told us to "Stop, Collaborate and Listen". Considering Ice Ice Baby hit the charts the year before Linus Torvalds released the Linux kernel, Robert Van Winkle (aka Mr Ice) won't have been talking about open source development. But maybe he was onto something... Join us as we discuss why we should all stop, collaborate …
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In this episode, YS Chi speaks with John Pham, the editor in chief of Cell, one of the world’s leading scientific journals. He is just the fourth person to lead the journal in its 47-year history. Here is the remarkable story of the youngest son of Vietnamese immigrants who, until recently, never imagined himself as leader, let alone as the editor …
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This week we talk about growing. In public! Hw do we grow when people are watching. Is it worth the risk? We also take a look at the recent Basecamp debacle and the missed opportunity for public growth there. Or was it...? You'll also be pleased to learn that we will keep you up to date on our fruit and veg patch because seriously, how can you not …
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To mark the launch of our second series of Unique Contributions, YS Chi speaks with one of the most influential Blacks in corporate America, Femi Richards, about race, racism and social justice. Femi has a courageous conversation about his personal and family experience of racism and what it means to be black in America today. As the co-founder and…
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How do you build trust? How do you meaningfully advance inclusion and diversity? In this episode, YS Chi speaks with Kumsal Bayazit, the first female CEO in Elsevier’s 140-year history, about her learnings and insights into building trust and creating an inclusive mindset. Kumsal tells us how her upbringing in Istanbul shaped her commitment to incl…
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Join us this week for a chat around procrastination. Why do we do it? Is it laziness or weakness? (Spoiler: no!) How can we get around it, and what does it mean in the world of technology and open source? Tune in to find out, as well as to potentially answer any questions you may have around growing asparagus! Also, remember to listen out for a cam…
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How do we learn new frameworks? What are the big shifts in technology we've experienced so far? Listen to find out the answers and how we are getting up to speed with latest in Umbraco .Net Core migration. If you have any feedback, comments or questions you can tweet us @candidcontribs, email hello@candidcontributions.com or join the Umbraco Commun…
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We're back from a break, and talking about humour. Should we be funny in work situations? How do you avoid getting it wrong? What does having a sense of humour even mean? We all need more levity in our lives. Using humour can be incredibly powerful, but also quite risky. According to 'Humor Seriously' there are four primary humour styles: the Stand…
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Happy New Year, and welcome to our “New” episode! Join us to hear what things lie ahead in 2021, including a very exciting Umbraco-related update from Emma... We muse on what community might look like this year, and how meetups could adapt to a more virtual world. The episode was recorded a few days after the fatal events at the US Capitol on Jan 6…
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To conclude the first series of our Unique Contributions podcast, YS speaks to Jelena Sevo about diversity, inclusion and innovation, and what it means to be one of the most senior women at RELX. In her conversation, Jelena makes the business case for diversity and shares her insights into what more can be done to bring down the remaining barriers …
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In our final episode of our first year as a podcast, we have 2 special guests. We are joined by Ilham Boulghallat from Umbraco HQ and Henk Boelman from Microsoft to discuss leading open source communities. If you have any feedback, comments or questions you can tweet us @candidcontribs, email hello@candidcontributions.com or join the Umbraco Commun…
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In this episode, YS Chi talks to Stephen Topliss about cybercrime. They discuss how online fraud has evolved and how modern technology is now helping to combat it. They explore the need to balance convenience with safety to protect younger generations, and take a look at Stephen's inspiring journey which has included stops as a linguist and a space…
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What is the rule of law, what does it mean in practice and why does it matter? Gaythri Raman has dedicated a large part of her career to advance the rule of law. In this episode, YS asks Gaythri what it takes to meaningfully advance the rule of law around the world and about the role that technology can play in that journey. Based in South East Asi…
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In this episode, YS Chi talks to Rhett Alden who joined Elsevier with “the idea, the expectation, that we’re really going to do something significant in the healthcare space to improve patients’ lives”. YS asks Rhett how it was possible to make such quick progress with the Covid vaccines, how to continue the push for more open access to information…
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