50 in 50 is a series of interviews, talking with open source security experts from around the world as we work together to create to manage the security of open source applications.
United States
33 episodes
since May, 2013


Matthew McCullough is the director of field services at GitHub. While at DevNexus 2015 in Atlanta earlier this month, Matthew and I sat down with Brian Fox, VP of Product Management at Sonatype. The discussion was wide ranging, covering everything from the prevelance of Java on GitHub to the patterns for enterprise software development through the use of the DevOps tool chain through polyglot programming becoming the norm. Part of the discussion talks about how Nexus and GitHub work together to create a complimentary tool set for the contemporary programmer. Music for today's broadcast is provided by The George Cole Quintet.
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