Source Code Berlin
Programming is fun (here at EnthusiastiCon 2015)By Jason Krüger, CC BY-SA 4.0
Source Code Berlin looks into creativity and innovation in fields related to open source technology in Berlin in form of bi-weekly podcast, events and tech videos
The goal of Source Code Berlin is not only to showcase the phenomenon that is Berlin as a creative city, but also to take a curious and critical look at the why and how it all works at the individual level.
We want to focus on creativity and innovation in fields related to open source technology. Focusing on the key factors that have made Berlin into a magnet for new and interesting ideas from around the EU and the World. This would include aspects of lifestyle and experience of individuals; why they came (or plan to come) and what obstacles they faced in doing so.
It also looks at places within Berlin, how hubs for such projects evolved into such success stories. Within those spaces and among those individuals the blog looks at the personal and organizational politics that either help or hinder their work. This includes questions of gender, age, and various other socio-cultural elements.
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- Source Code Berlin Podcast
Free culture, open source, collaboration and creativity in Berlin.
Exploring the who, what, why and how of free culture, open source, collaboration and creativity in Berlin. Hear from the people who have helped make the city into an international hub for innovative projects.
EnthusiastiCon 2015 was a conference for the programming community in June 2015. Over two days of short presentations, we talked about what excites us about programming – the strange, the wonderful, and the clever solutions to unusual problems. Wonderful people joined us to share their enthusiasm with us or listened to what makes fellow programmers beam with joy about our craft.
- Tech videos
We regularily publish insightful videos on our site, be they from our events or talks recorded at Wikimedia Deutschland that deal with topics that matter to programmers.