management

This summer I started my first ever internship. It's certainly a culture-shock to transition from school to the workplace, but I generally like to pride myself on being a quick learner. At Red Hat, as a Systems Management intern, I learned a lot in just the first week.
1 comment Posted 31 Jul 2014 by Anne LoVerso (Red Hat) Feed
At this point, I have more usernames and passwords to juggle than any person should ever have to deal with. I know I'm not alone, either. We have a surfeit of passwords to manage, and we need a good way to manage them so we have easy access without doing something silly like writing them down where... Read more
7 comments Posted 3 Jul 2014 by Fedora Magazine Feed
open source on the job
If you work in an organization that isn’t focused on development, where computer systems are used to support other core business functions, getting management buy-in for the use of open source can be tricky. Here's how I negotiated with my boss and my team to get them to accept and try open source... Read more
27 comments Posted 12 May 2014 by Robin Isard Feed
open source brand
Download the free All Things Open interview series eBook Being a brand manager for an open source company—like Red Hat—is completely different than for tra
4 comments Posted 25 Sep 2013 by Jen Wike (Red Hat) Feed
carrot + stick < love
With a background on negotiation theory, David brings a fresh and interesting perspective on the behavioral norms of open source communities.
0 comments Posted 18 Oct 2012 by Luis Ibanez Feed
open source why
At SparkFun Electronics we do not sell software, yet we have a robust software development team. These developers spend some of their time on SparkFun.com, an eCommerce platform with extra content and integrated community elements. The vast majority of their time, however, is spent on Sparkle. One... Read more
4 comments Posted 18 Sep 2012 by Christopher Clark Feed
open source lightning talks
Guy Martin, Managing Principal Architect at Red Hat, gives us the big reasons why companies shy away from using open source —and other misconceptions, like not being able to mix and match open and closed source applications and thinking open source is only about risk management.
3 comments Posted 10 Aug 2012 by Guy Martin Feed
Five principles of an open source company
Open source technology is gaining popularity and is becoming more prominent each year during various computer and technology conferences. More tech-savvy people obviously prefer software of this kind. This, in turn, facilitates the appearance of new websites featuring the source code of useful... Read more
16 comments Posted 20 Jun 2012 by Alexander Mitnikov Feed
Can government agencies be innovative?
Six reasons why government is not more innovative Steve Denning recently wrote a great post titled How To Make Government Innovative Again. In his post Denning asks the following: Why isn’t the Government generally more agile? Why isn’t innovation part of everything government does? Denning’s... Read more
3 comments Posted 15 May 2012 by Paul Wolf Feed
Can government agencies be innovative?
Six reasons why government is not more innovative Steve Denning recently wrote a great post titled How To Make Government Innovative Again. In his post Denning asks the following: Why isn’t the Government generally more agile? Why isn’t innovation part of everything government does? Denning’s... Read more
3 comments Posted 15 May 2012 by Paul Wolf Feed

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