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Growing the Next Generation
of Open Source developers
Dave Neary, Red Hat
dneary@redhat.com
@nearyd
2010: Community anti-patterns:
Best Practices Run Amok
2011:
The dangers
of
Ubiquitous
Computing
2012: Loss of
User Freedom
in a mobile
and cloud world
Saving the
“Digital
Generation”...
... from
themselves
In the beginning...
“It was 20 years ago today
Sgt Peppers taught the band to play”
22
29
2000-12-18 Daniel Egger <egger@suse.de>
* plug-ins/ifcompose/ifscompose.c:
Added patch from David Neary to fix calulations...
2000-12-18 Daniel Egger <egger@suse.de>
* plug-ins/ifcompose/ifscompose.c:
Added patch from David Neary to fix calulations...
There are two difficult problems in computer science:
There are two difficult problems in computer science:

* Cache invalidation
There are two difficult problems in computer science:

* Cache invalidation
* Naming things
There are two difficult problems in computer science:

* Cache invalidation
* Naming things
* And off by one errors

(with...
One good thing about getting old:
Offspring
you can
indoctrinate
Thomas: 11
Paul: 8
Sean: 6
The world of computing
has evolved
Remember
the Turbo
Button
[dneary@elrond src]$ tar xvfz gimp-1.1.119.tar.gz
[dneary@elrond src]$ cd gimp-1.1.119
[dneary@elrond gimp-1.1.119]$ ./con...
Where is
user freedom?
Learned helplessness
"Life can be much broader once you discover
one simple fact, and that is, everything around you
that you call life was mad...
Sharing is good
Freedom is not having
to ask permission.
6 tips for
indoctrinating
your kids in
the hacker way
6. Creative toys
Kaplas
Ikea train sets
Meccano
Building blocks
5. Hackable living
space
4. Grow a garden
3. Arts and crafts
2. Teaching electronics
Tools
Take apart
old toys

Credits: CC BY-NC-ND GARNET @ flickr
Conductive play-dough

http://courseweb.stthomas.edu/apthomas/SquishyCircuits/
Arduino
1. Coding literacy
Control
over
your
environment
Questions?

Dave Neary
dneary@redhat.com
@nearyd
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
Growing the next generation of Open Source developers
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We are living in an era when the "digital generation" knows how to use computers, but knows less and less about how to make technology. As the world moves to open source, and people's interaction with computers is dominated by embedded devices, ubiquitous computing, mobile devices and cloud, the typical computer user now has no real ability to change his computing environment in a meaningful way.

As a parent, I want to teach my kids control over their environment, and pass on to them the values of the free software and maker movements: curiosity, a desire to learn how things work and share knowledge, and above all, that we are the masters of our own destiny.

This presentation shares some of the things which we have done in our family to rear our children in the free and open source ethos.

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Growing the next generation of Open Source developers

  1. 1. Growing the Next Generation of Open Source developers Dave Neary, Red Hat dneary@redhat.com @nearyd
  2. 2. 2010: Community anti-patterns: Best Practices Run Amok
  3. 3. 2011: The dangers of Ubiquitous Computing
  4. 4. 2012: Loss of User Freedom in a mobile and cloud world
  5. 5. Saving the “Digital Generation”... ... from themselves
  6. 6. In the beginning...
  7. 7. “It was 20 years ago today Sgt Peppers taught the band to play”
  8. 8. 22
  9. 9. 29
  10. 10. 2000-12-18 Daniel Egger <egger@suse.de> * plug-ins/ifcompose/ifscompose.c: Added patch from David Neary to fix calulations. Fixes bug #9156.
  11. 11. 2000-12-18 Daniel Egger <egger@suse.de> * plug-ins/ifcompose/ifscompose.c: Added patch from David Neary to fix calulations. Fixes bug #9156. 2000-12-18 Daniel Egger <egger@suse.de> * plug-ins/ifcompose/ifscompose.c: Second attempt from David Neary which should work better.
  12. 12. There are two difficult problems in computer science:
  13. 13. There are two difficult problems in computer science: * Cache invalidation
  14. 14. There are two difficult problems in computer science: * Cache invalidation * Naming things
  15. 15. There are two difficult problems in computer science: * Cache invalidation * Naming things * And off by one errors (with thanks to Philip Karlton)
  16. 16. One good thing about getting old: Offspring you can indoctrinate
  17. 17. Thomas: 11 Paul: 8 Sean: 6
  18. 18. The world of computing has evolved
  19. 19. Remember the Turbo Button
  20. 20. [dneary@elrond src]$ tar xvfz gimp-1.1.119.tar.gz [dneary@elrond src]$ cd gimp-1.1.119 [dneary@elrond gimp-1.1.119]$ ./configure –prefix=/opt –enable-gif –enable-png ... [dneary@elrond gimp-1.1.119]$ make ... [dneary@elrond gimp-1.1.119]$ su -c “make install” ...
  21. 21. Where is user freedom?
  22. 22. Learned helplessness
  23. 23. "Life can be much broader once you discover one simple fact, and that is, everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you ... the minute that you understand that you can poke life ... that you can change it, you can mould it ... that's maybe the most important thing." Steve Jobs
  24. 24. Sharing is good
  25. 25. Freedom is not having to ask permission.
  26. 26. 6 tips for indoctrinating your kids in the hacker way
  27. 27. 6. Creative toys
  28. 28. Kaplas
  29. 29. Ikea train sets
  30. 30. Meccano
  31. 31. Building blocks
  32. 32. 5. Hackable living space
  33. 33. 4. Grow a garden
  34. 34. 3. Arts and crafts
  35. 35. 2. Teaching electronics
  36. 36. Tools
  37. 37. Take apart old toys Credits: CC BY-NC-ND GARNET @ flickr
  38. 38. Conductive play-dough http://courseweb.stthomas.edu/apthomas/SquishyCircuits/
  39. 39. Arduino
  40. 40. 1. Coding literacy
  41. 41. Control over your environment
  42. 42. Questions? Dave Neary dneary@redhat.com @nearyd

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