Source Code Berlin

Exploring the who, what, why and how of free culture, open source, and the Wikimedia Galaxy.

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Programming and Parenting: Learning from Experience


Today on the podcast: Kathryn Rotondo, Daniel Schweighöfer, and Ola Gasidlo. The topic: Startup culture, tech companies, and how they address young parents within the company.


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 2015-07-27  49m
 
 

Social Entrepeneurship the Berlin Way


A conversation about striking a balance between for-profit goals and non-profit aspirations.


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 2015-07-13  1h4m
 
 

The Curious and Creative Minds of EnthusiastiCon


Voices from EnthusiastiCon on how they got started programming, what they love about it, and personal goals they have in this exciting field.


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 2015-06-30  55m
 
 

Cyborgs, Software and Society


Founder of the German Cyborg Society, Enno Park joins me for an exploration of the world of cyborgs and society.


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 2015-06-16  51m
 
 

From Berlin to Baghdad: Bilal Ghalib on Hacker Space Ethos


Today we hear from Bilal Ghalib, hacker space facilitator and liaison for problem solving initiatives throughout the Middle East, North Africa and well actually.. the world.


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 2015-05-30  50m
 
 

The Slow Fast Changing World of Licenses


Today on the program John Weitzmann of iRights Law and Dimitar Dimitrov Brussels-Based Free Culture Ambassador.


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 2015-05-18  59m
 
 

Coding Davinci: A New Approach to Culture Data


Today you'll hear from representatives from the various institutions and interest groups that come together to make up this unique event.


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 2015-05-02  1h2m
 
 

Software Craftsmanship: Values, Practices and Community


Today on the program we speak with Jeroen De Dauw, a developer and software craftsmanship advocate. He’s our guide into a world that is rarely discussed in the mainstream yet has a tremendous impact on our lives.


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 2015-04-17  35m
 
 

Audio Berlin: Combining Art, Science, and Technology


Exploring and pushing the limits of sound and music in Berlin with help from Peter Kirn, Leslie Garcia, and Mads Lindgren.


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 2015-04-07  45m
 
 

Code for Germany: Reconnecting Citizens and Society


Everyday decisions are made that impact citizens and communities. Plans that are meant to and may very well improve quality of life. Plans that may also do the opposite. What if citizens had access to the data surrounding such plans?


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 2015-03-21  52m