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What skills do you need and which projects should you participate in as beginner in open source? These are common questions for beginners to open source software, hardware, communities, and methodologies. New folks to open source can start their discovery online and offline. Events and projects of... Read more
6 comments Posted 17 Feb 2014 by Robin Muilwijk Feed
get offline
We're at a particularly interesting time in technology, the Internet, the open source movements, and what accessibility means. We get the ability to be a lot of different people that were not possible before: web designer, cloud architect, open source project manager, open source developer, and... Read more
4 comments Posted 25 Nov 2013 by Amye Scavarda Feed
trust in open source projects
What are the ways we can give to an open source community without contributing code? A recent comment to an Opensource.com article a career in open source went something like that they wanted to contribute to open source but lacked coding skills. In fact, code contributions are very helpful and... Read more
6 comments Posted 30 Oct 2013 by Heiko W. Rupp (Red Hat) Feed
Teaching your children open source skills
By day, Red Hat product manager Burr Sutter works to make developers more successful and productive with open source tools, technologies, and techniques. So it's no surprise that he wants to ensure his own children know how to solve technical problems as well. So when summer vacation rolled around... Read more
0 comments Posted 28 Oct 2013 by Ginny Skalski (Red Hat) Feed
open source coding
At OSCON this year, Regina ten Bruggencate and Kim Spiritus gave a talk called How To Get More Kids To Code. I got in late (I was waiting in line to get a free signed copy of The Art of Community by Jono Bacon) so I missed the beginning of this session, but came in as they were demoing Scratch.... Read more
11 comments Posted 28 Sep 2013 by Nicole C. Engard Feed
share quality code
Sharing is easy. Everyday we have faster, easier and many more ways to do it. Sharing is also important. They say happiness gets bigger when it’s shared, as sorrow gets smaller. We share everyday and we feel good about it. We share our knowledge about an issue, we share advice when needed, and we... Read more
2 comments Posted 5 Sep 2013 by Belén Jiménez Feed
Change the model
With recent news that GitHub is banning storage of any file over 100Mb and discouraging files larger than 50Mb, their retreat from offering download services is complete. It's not a surprising trend; dealing with downloads is unrewarding and costly.
16 comments Posted 9 Jul 2013 by Simon Phipps Feed
Tech Kaleidoscope
Kushal Das thinks he knows what you're doing this summer: joining him and his team of volunteers in free, online programming classes, where you'll learn more than just how to code. In Kushal's hands, you'll also receive a crash course in the open source way.
2 comments Posted 17 Jun 2013 by Bryan Behrenshausen (Red Hat) Feed
Books to learn how to use the web
Think back to the first thing you created on the web. For me, it was making a Geocities homepage when I was a teenager (Hollywood, represent). I was amazed that by writing HTML, I could make images of the Green Bay Packers and my favorite PEZ dispensers appear on a web site with my witty commentary... Read more
0 comments Posted 14 Jun 2013 by Ginny Skalski (Red Hat) Feed
Poll: Which code repository do you use?
From James Bowes' article, A code hosting comparison for open source projects:
9 comments Posted 16 May 2013 by Jen Wike (Red Hat) Feed

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