In this episode with Ben Balter, we talk about GitHub’s rules for communication and knowledge management.
During the show, we mentioned Greg Siskind’s website. Check it out here.
Be sure to read GitHub’s rules for communication—the inspiration for this podcast—right here.
Ben Balter is the Senior Manager of Product Management at GitHub, the world’s largest software development network. He oversees the platform’s Community and Safety efforts for more than 100 million software projects. Simply put, Ben builds systems that empower open source software maintainers to grow inclusive and healthy communities around their projects, ensuring that users don’t have to risk their privacy or personal safety to participate in the open source community.
Thanks to Gusto, Podium, and Casetext for sponsoring this episode!
An old project of Ben’s that is now coming to light relates to his entire pre-GitHub professional career in U.S. federal government IT policy and implementation.
During this time, Ben and his team had some high-profile wins, like the White House
“The revolution will be forked.”
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