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Open Source, the grey areas, and keeping sharp with community
April 25, 2019 — The Frontier
Ahmad Nassri is a force in the open source world. Any given day you can find him leading advisory groups at the Node.js Foundation, kicking off OSS conferences, or masterminding technology communities like TechMasters.
The Journey to Open Source: A Leading Thinkers' Discussion With NearForm
March 04, 2019 — DZone
The idea of companies having a moral obligation and individuals having a professional responsibility to be adopters and contributors to Open Source is central to the future software industry.
NodeConf EU 2018 Q&A with Bryan Hughe
February 11, 2019 — YouTube
Bryan Hughe spoke to Ahmad Nassri Chief Architect at TELUS Digital who explains that in today’s world, the open source adoption of software in the enterprise is a key growth factor for many companies.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Enterprise Open Source
December 12, 2018 — NearForm
“There is an onus on all enterprises who use Open Source to start investing back in the community”. NearForm’s Clare Dillon gives her takeaways from a panel discussion with Paul Savage Gordon Suttie & Ahmad Nassri
Open source community sees risk and reward in IBM purchase of Red Hat
November 01, 2018 — IT World Canada
For Ahmad Nassri, the chief architect at Telus Digital and self-described open source advocate, he sees where IBM is going with its strategy in acquiring Red Hat
20 years into the movement, more than half of developers involved in open source
October 31, 2018 — IT World Canada
Ahmad Nassri spends 20 per cent of his workday on open source and 90 per cent of his free time is dedicated to being a part of the open source community.
Execs from Loblaws, Scotiabank, Indigo and more describe the talent they need to reach their digital transformation goals
June 20, 2018 — Course Compare
In that sense, digital transformation may be as much about changing attitudes and mindsets as it is about adopting a particular technology, suggested Ahmad Nassri, principal architect at Telus Digital. Organizations should be looking for talent that contributes to that business-oriented, customer-centric mindset.
Business Organization with Ahmad
October 06, 2017 — Vancouver Tech Podcast
Special guest Ahmad Nassri, Principal Architect at Telus Digital joins host Drew Ogryzek to discuss community building, TechMasters, and business and team organization.
What I've learned about developer communities
July 05, 2017 — Open Channel
“If you want to build a community, you have to add value beyond just what the product offers.”
Three Devs and a Maybe
December 21, 2015 — Three Devs and a Maybe
This week we are very lucky to have Ahmad Nassri on the show to discuss the world of APIs and how Kong (the API/Microservice management layer) fits into the picture. We start of discussion with how he got into programming and garnered an entrepreneurial spirit in his homeland of Syria, before moving to Canada in his late teens.
December 05, 2015 — The Changelog
Our guest this week is Ahmad Nassri from Mashape talking about Kong, an open-source management layer for APIs and Microservices.
Gaza Everywhere: exploring the applicability of a rhetorical lens in HCI
August 17, 2015 — Critical Alternatives 2015
Research Paper presented in “Critical Alternatives 2015” Conference
Gaza Everywhere app highlights true scale of humanitarian crisis
August 14, 2014 — The Independent
Gaza Everywhere allows users to compare the size of the Gaza Strip with their own hometown or a any other location in the world.
DOer of the Month
July 16, 2013 — Twilio Blog
We profiled Ahmad Nassri as DOer of the Month and featured his developer profile on the front page of the DOer Gallery
Bossome Experts of the Week
June 15, 2013 — Clarity.fm Blog
He’s known for his successful leadership skills and has managed projects that have benefitted thousands of companies and developers worldwide. Need help with anything in the area of development? Ahmad’s your guy.
Ahmad Nassri is a #TOtechninja
May 06, 2012 — Stafflink Blog
He’s a creative technologist, disruptive thinker, restless problem solver and one of most socially networked tech ninjas in Toronto. Ahmad has worked as lead developer at Kobo, RIM, Viigo and Right Sleeve. Plus he’s started two online businesses.
Interviews with BlackBerry Productivity Experts
January 29, 2008 — BBHacker News
Interviews with BlackBerry Productivity Experts: Ahmad Nassri, Director of Web Services for Viigo Inc.