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Upstream podcast: Season 1 episode 3

Open and developer culture: What happened to people when software went open?



Will empathy help make our software development teams better? 

In this week’s episode of the Upstream podcast, Luis Villa sits with Kellan Elliot-McCrea of Adobe and Adam Jacon, CEO of System Initiative. Should software development teams be a team sport or an orchestra rather than a factory? How should we handle generational changes within software development teams?. Why do large software companies give their employees free breakfast? Get answers to these questions and enjoy some fun anecdotes about mastering craps when stuck in Las Vegas.


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