September 30th, 2022 × #Open Source#Community#GraphQL#Live Streaming

Supper Club × Open Sauced With bdougie

Scott and Wes interview Brian Douglas about his background in engineering and open source and his project Open Sauce to make open source more approachable. They also discuss GitHub's GraphQL API and Brian's experience with live streaming.


In this supper club episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott talk with bdougie about his work on Open Sauced, thoughts on getting into open source development, and his live streaming set up.

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