This talk runs under Ed Fink's Banner of Open Sourcing Mental Illness, who has been running these types of talks for over a year now. Ed talks are very broadly on the subject, while still backing it up with his personal stories.
I'd like to mirror his work under that banner: I'd like to talk about depression, and I'd like to talk about burn out. Open source is work. Not just a work of passion, but real actual work. And it can be taxing. I'd like to discuss how.
During this talk, you'll be given a high level introduction to Cassandra and to the database mechanism. Summary of topics discussed:
This talk will illustrate the Open Innovation 2.0 paradigm based on the twenty snapshots from the white paper by Martin Curley and Bror Salmelin (downloadable from https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/node/66731). Open Innovation 2.0 is based on creating commons, sharing them in quadruple helix innovation ecosystems and building on common open, functional platforms. This new paradigm is also based on mash-up innovation processes rather than linear ones.
The speech will address how the EU is taking the new open innovation approach on board with new projects and new instruments as well.