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Gina Likins attended open source tech conference OSCON 2014 this year and recounts her experience. She says, practice makes perfect. makes perfect.
0 comments Posted 21 Aug 2014 by Gina Likins (Red Hat) Feed
We're back with keynote coverage on Day 3 of OSCON 2014! This comes to you (live stream) from Portland at the Oregon Convention Center.
0 comments Posted 24 Jul 2014 by Opensource.com (Red Hat) Feed
OSCON main stage 2014
We're back with keynote coverage on Day 2 of OSCON 2014! This comes to you (live stream) from Portland at the Oregon Convention Center.
0 comments Posted 23 Jul 2014 by Opensource.com (Red Hat) Feed
Our own Jason Hibbets and Jen Wike are live blogging from OSCON 2014! This year's O'Reilly Open Source Conference already has all of the exciting vibes and makings of a great event.
0 comments Posted 22 Jul 2014 by Opensource.com (Red Hat) Feed
The challenges of the large and complex Open edX codebase, as told by David Baumgold, a software engineer at edX, to Travis Kepley of Red Hat.
0 comments Posted 17 Jul 2014 by Travis Kepley (Red Hat) Feed
Thomas Smith will be speaking at OSCON 2014 about Project Gado.
0 comments Posted 17 Jul 2014 by Robin Muilwijk Feed
Garrett Smith from CloudBees has been in software engineering for over twenty years. He got introduced to the Erlang programming language while evaluating CouchDB. Along with Visual Basic, Visual C++, and Erlang, Garrett also learned about Python.
0 comments Posted 15 Jul 2014 by Robin Muilwijk Feed
Juhan Sonin wants to influence the world from protein, to policy, to pixel. And, he believes the only way to do that is with open source principles guiding the way.
0 comments Posted 15 Jul 2014 by Jen Wike (Red Hat) Feed
It is possible to build a business around open source. It's not easy, but it can be done. Patrick McFadin talks to us about how.
0 comments Posted 14 Jul 2014 by Scott Nesbitt Feed
Justin Miller is an open source vet. He's the lead developer on the Mapbox mobile team, but he's been through the ranks. He worked on Linux.com, put in his time as a sysadmin, and then made his way into mobile development.
0 comments Posted 14 Jul 2014 by Michael Harrison (Red Hat) Feed

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