When Richard Hulskes, co-founder of Wevolver, was a kid, he spent endless hours building rockets and robots―often unsuccessfully. Today, he prints them.
Founded in 2010, Girl Develop It aims to help women feel comfortable learning technology and ready to become contributors.
Nathan Seidle, founder and CEO of SparkFun Electronics, believes open source is not only good for humanity, but also good for business. SparkFun is a successful online retailer that sells the parts people need to build electronics projects.
The world’s largest telescope is not a telescope at all. It’s a SQL server database. The Sloan Digital Sky Survey has given us a view into the stars unlike any other, making the richest catalog of objects in the universe visible, open, searchable and query-able by anyone.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, JPL, dares mighty things and explores the unexplored, whether it’s in outer Space or on Earth. To do this, it stays on the leading (and sometimes bleeding) edge of technology.
Accenture's Managing Director and Global Open Source Lead Sven Loberg gives a keynote talk at the 2016 Red Hat Summit.
Burr Sutter, Red Hat’s director of developer experience, gave a demo that spoke to the core of Red Hat Summit: The developers. The operations teams. Those that do. This demo built on the concepts that Paul Cormier addressed earlier in the morning.
For Acuity Systems, innovation is more than just change—it's the addition of new ideas, new methods, and new technologies that take customers to the next level.
Target, the second-largest retailer in the U.S., is making a big change. They're creating a culture that supports real collaboration, which gives their business the agility and flexibility needed to build the Store of the Future.
Jim Whitehurst, Red Hat’s president and CEO, delivered the opening keynote at Red Hat Summit 2016 to a crowd of more than 5,000. His message: Participation and innovation are tightly linked.