The Changelog

The Changelog

New podcast every Friday! We cover what's fresh and new in open source. Sign up for our nightly and weekly emails. Open source moves fast. Keep up.

Hosted by Adam Stacoviak and Jerod Santo.



#221: How We Got Here with Cory Doctorow

September 23, 2016 at 8:00PM • 1 hour 20 minutes

Cory Doctorow joined us this week to talk about open source, the open web, and internet freedom. Cory is a science fiction author, activist, journalist, co-editor of Boing Boing and the author of many books. We produced this episode in partnership with O’Reilly Media and OSCON London 2016. Use the code changelog30 to get 30% off registration. We talked with Cory about his involvement with the EFF and where he began his career, details he'll be covering in his keynote at OSCON, and his thoughts on open source today and where developers should be focusing their efforts.


#220: GitLab's Master Plan with Sid Sijbrandij

September 16, 2016 at 12:00PM • 1 hour 30 minutes

Sid Sijbrandij, CEO of GitLab, joined the show to talk about their recent unveiling of the GitLab Master Plan, $20 Million secured in a Series B funding round, their idea of Conversational Development in this "post Agile world", and their focus on the enterprise and on-premise Git hosting as the business model to sustain and build GitLab into something ‘modern software teams’ can rely upon.”


#219: TensorFlow and Deep Learning With Eli Bixby

September 9, 2016 at 8:00PM • 1 hour 4 minutes

Eli Bixby, Developer Programs Engineer at Google, joins the show to talk to talk about TensorFlow, machine learning and deep learning, why Google open sourced it and more. This episode was produced in partnership with O’Reilly Media and OSCON London 2016. Head to oscon.com/uk and use the code PCCL20 to get 20% off registration.


#218: Elm with Evan Czaplicki and Richard Feldman

September 2, 2016 at 4:00PM • 1 hour 27 minutes

This week we talked with Evan Czaplicki, creator of Elm, and Richard Feldman.


#217: Sourcegraph the 'Google for Code' with Beyang Liu

August 26, 2016 at 8:00PM • 1 hour 29 minutes

This week we talked with Beyang Liu the CTO and co-founder of Sourcegraph -- which is aiming to be the 'Google for Code'. We talked about the back story of Sourcegraph, how it works, ideas around offline support, how it's licensed -- which lead us to talk a bit about their new software license called Fair Source.


#216: GitHub's Electron With Zeke Sikelianos

August 19, 2016 at 8:00PM • 1 hour 24 minutes

This week we caught up with Zeke Sikelianos to talk about GitHub's Electron project and the future of web folks making cross platform desktop apps. We talked about the web revolution around native vs web app, where Electron is heading, who's using it, and how cool it is to enable folks like Guillermo Rauch to build HyperTerm.


#215: Core Infrastructure Initiative Best Practices Badge with David A. Wheeler

August 12, 2016 at 8:00PM • 1 hour 8 minutes

This week we talked with David A. Wheeler from the Core Infrastructure Initiative about the CII Best Practices Badge program. We talked about the purpose of the program, how you get certified, why you should get certified, and the criteria of the best practices.


#214: Libscore, Velocity.js, and Hacking with Julian Shapiro

August 5, 2016 at 8:00PM • 57 minutes

This week we talked with startup founder and developer Julian Shapiro about his story of entrepreneurship, open source, growth hacking, and more. Julian's story is a story you don't want to miss -- plus he shares actionable advice on growing and marketing an open source project.


#213: ZEIT, HyperTerm, and now with Guillermo Rauch

July 29, 2016 at 8:00PM • 1 hour 40 minutes

This week Adam went solo and talked with Guillermo Rauch about how he got into programming, how that lead him to what he's doing now at ZEIT, the design of HyperTerm, now, and so much more.


#212: SiteSpeed.io and Performance with Peter Hedenskog

July 22, 2016 at 8:00PM • 1 hour 10 minutes

We talked with Peter Hedenskog about SiteSpeed.io and web performance. We covered where it came from, where it's going, and more importantly, simple ways you can focus on your web performance.