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Programming, open hardware, and more new articles in April
The Opensource.com preview for April 2017
It's April here at Opensource.com headquarters in Raleigh, NC, where a new season, spring, has begun. It's also time for a new month of awesome open source stories and technologies for you to learn about. Did you know we have resources on topics like:
- What is Kubernetes?
- What is Linux?
- What are microservices?
- What is OpenStack?
- What is open hardware?
Starting on April 3, we'll begin publishing a series of articles from new authors as well as seasoned writers on programming technologies like Python, TensorFlow, Golang, Jekyll, and more.
Get your gears spinning for our Hardware series in May.
Most recently we've written about:
- How to build a smog sensor with a ESP8266 microcontroller
- How buying a 3D printer can save you money
- How does the PocketCHIP compare to the Raspberry Pi?
- Internet-enable your microcontroller projects for under $6 with ESP8266
The Open Organization
You might have seen that the open organization community announced its plans to develop the next volume in its book series in the open, according to the Open Decision Framework. Well, that work continues in April—and you can help. Also in April, the open organization ambassadors will publish several must-read articles: Huiren Woo explains open leadership lessons we can glean from the SoftEther project, Jen Kelchner offers some tips for working alongside members of Gen Z (who are open by default!), and Dr. Philip Foster kicks off his brand new column.