From Open-Source Code to Open-Source Project*
Having a successful open-source project is more than putting your code on Github.
We all have awesome code. We all want our code to grow up, move out, get a job, and become productive members of society. This talk will give you ideas that will help turn your open-source code into an open-source project that gets used and receives contributions.
I spoke at Open Source Bridge in 2012 (http://opensourcebridge.org/sessions/829). I spoke at last year's PowerShell Summit North America (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hk7w44R1Wk8&list=PLfeA8kIs7CochwcgX9zOWxh4IL3GoG05P&index=24).
This will be a new talk I haven't given before.
WebMD Health Services
Aaron Jensen is a Automation/Build/Configuration Management/Software Engineer for WebMD Health Services in Portland, Oregon. He has worked as a web software engineer for sixteen years, working mostly with Microsoft technologies.
He is the owner and maintainer of Carbon, an open-source project used to automate the installation and configuration of Windows, IIS websites, and Windows Services. It has been downloaded more than 12,000 times. He has contributed to many open-source projects.