collaboration

BlueJ: From closed to open, an interview with Ian Utting
If you've learned Java in the past 10 years, there's a good chance you've encountered BlueJ or its younger sibling, Greenfoot. Originally developed by Michael Kölling, BlueJ provides a simplified development environment for novices learning to program for the first time. It features a minimum of... Read more
2 comments Posted 19 Oct 2011 by Matt Jadud Feed
Call for images: Collaboration challenge
At opensource.com, we take pride in providing compelling, creative-commons images for the content published by our community. Most of the images you see on the site come from our core team of designers here at Red Hat, but as our community grows, the job just keeps getting bigger. We need better... Read more
0 comments Posted 17 Oct 2011 by Libby Levi (Red Hat) Feed
Dialing the right mix: open source principles and collaboration
This should come as no surprise: Open source principles are great guidelines for conducting successful collaboration sessions. What wasn’t as obvious to me was that the different principles are more important in different collaboration situations. Imagine the concepts of trust, openness,... Read more
1 comment Posted 17 Oct 2011 by Mary Ann Bitter (Red Hat) Feed
BarCampRDU: Preparing for the unconference experience
I'm excited to attend my first BarCamp on Saturday, October 15, 2011. BarCamp is an unconference that brings together people interested in a wide range of topics and technologies. Everyone that attends has the opportunity to teach, talk, and participate. A group of volunteers is essential to help... Read more
0 comments Posted 14 Oct 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
How do you collaborate with today's marketing teams?
In our experience, every marketing team is different--but increasingly they have a few things in common. For a start, it's rare to find the whole team in any single place on any given day. More often, we find teams distributed across cities, countries, and fairly frequently, continents. The members... Read more
4 comments Posted 12 Oct 2011 by Todd Barr Feed
Clay Shirky webcast
Clay Shirky, known for his books Cognitive Surplus and Here Comes Everybody, studies the effects of the Internet on society and economics, and he wants you to think about how you spend your free time. Are you contributing to the trillions of hours of television passively consumed each year? Or are... Read more
2 comments Posted 6 Oct 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Why is Google putting so many ads on TV?
Almost every time I’ve turned on the television in the past week, I've seen an ad for Google Chrome. What started earlier this year as a sprinkling of ads here in the United States has become a torrential downpour. For me, Google has long been one of the poster children for a new breed of company... Read more
5 comments Posted 4 Oct 2011 by Chris Grams Feed
If collaboration is so great, why is it so difficult?
Collaboration is effective. Human survival depends on it, and great human achievements stand in testament. But anyone who has sat on a committee, organized a community, or led an open source software community knows it can be very difficult.
3 comments Posted 4 Oct 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
If collaboration is so great, why is it so difficult?
Collaboration is effective. Human survival depends on it, and great human achievements stand in testament. But anyone who has sat on a committee, organized a community, or led an open source software community knows it can be very difficult.
3 comments Posted 4 Oct 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
How to build an open data initiative for your city
Montréal Ouvert is a citizens’ initiative to obtain a formal open data policy for the city of Montréal, Canada. Launched by four Montrealers in August 2010 to mobilize public and political support for the adoption of an open data policy for the city of Montreal, it has had considerable success.... Read more
0 comments Posted 23 Sep 2011 by Montréal Ouvert Feed

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