GitHub is the collaborative developer community, a place to share and review code, then deploy it to any operating system, any cloud, and any device. And it has many gifts for developers – and ultimately everyone who uses the thousands of deployed apps and services.
On this episode, Chris McNulty and I speak with Martin Woodward, one of the original members who onboarded Microsoft to the open-source world, and Tetsuya Kawahara, a Microsoft MVP expert in Microsoft Lists customization (JSON). We learn how they use GitHub to share their knowledge, connect with other developers, and create the world’s most important technologies.
Listen to podcast below:
11:00 Conversation with Martin Woodward
42:00 Conversation with Tetsuya Kawahara [with English interpreter]
1:02:15 Same conversation with Tetsuya Kawahara with his full answers in Japanese
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