.NET Rocks!

When Your Experiment Gets Popular with Jamie Rees

Episode #1707 Thursday, October 1, 2020

What happens when an open-source experiment becomes software people care about? Carl and Richard talk to Jamie Rees about his experiences creating Ombi - an open-source project that helps people managing Plex servers to handle requests from friends and family for more content. Jamie talks about creating Ombi as an experiment with NancyFX that soon evolved into something lots of folks needed and wanted. The conversation dives into the challenges of managing a popular open-source project, both from a technical, personal, and professional perspective.


Jamie Rees

Jamie Rees is a family man with two children, a 3 year old and a 10 week old, a tech lead at a private aviation software company in the UK and an open source and .net enthusiast running his own .net open source project called Ombi.


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