Brian Douglas

Brian Douglas is a member of the Developer Relations team at GitHub where I work on the increasing use of GitHub and its API by fostering a community of early adopters through the developer programs. In the past, he’s lead Developer Advocacy and Front-end development at Netlify, where I sat in a hybrid role as Frontend Engineer and Developer Advocate.

Today I find a lot of enjoyment encouraging folks to get involved in Open Source, through my project Open Sauced.
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Speakers for future Open Sauced Twitter Spaces
Posted on Mar 22, 2022
Jun 10, 2022

Grow Community Through Open Source | Fred K. Schott | The Secret Sauce

Astro started 2021 as one of the most popular project for first time contributors on GitHub. Find out how in this interview with its creator, Fred K Schott.

🗺 Fred's open source journey
🤫 Sustaining Open Source through contributor growth
🍕 Getting feedback through the RFC process
🏘 Growing Community through Open Source
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May 31, 2022

Contribute to Any GitHub Repository - Issues With Brian

Join my live coding stream every Wednesdays and Fridays on Twitch
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May 18, 2022

Making Money on Open Source | Feross Aboukhadijeh | The Secret Sauce

Open source is always better with contributors, but most projects are clueless on how to sustain themselves financially. Listen to my chat with Feross about how he discovered a path.

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Apr 29, 2022
Over the past decades, many organizations have made strides to adopt DevOps in a bid to deliver better software faster. Automation is a key enabler for achieving success in DevOps — and one of the critical implementations of automation in a DevOps practice is CI/CD (continuous integration/continuous delivery), which automates software development workflows to help teams cut down on manual tasks and ship software to customers at speed.
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Apr 22, 2022
As a developer, I don’t always prioritize security when I’m building new code. It’s not that I don’t care about security. At this point, no one needs a primer on why security matters. But actually making sure your code is secure can be a challenge—and writing new code is usually more fun than building tests or checking if your dependencies are up to date
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Apr 15, 2022
Apr 15, 2022
Reposted by Brian Douglas
Had a great chat with Brian about commercial open source, community and managing our open source issues and pull requests for Umbraco CMS.