What's new in MySQL?
MySQL 5.7 is the result of almost three years of development, and brings improvements to all areas of the project.
1 comment Posted 11 Apr 2016 by Geir Høydalsvik Feed
OSCON interview with Josh Matthews, Mozilla
Platform developer at Mozilla, Josh Matthews, shares a few tips for project management.
0 comments Posted 11 Apr 2016 by Don Watkins Feed
OpenStack News
Are you interested in keeping track of what is happening in the open source cloud? is your source for news in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project.
0 comments Posted 11 Apr 2016 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed
 Vitess was created by YouTube in 2011, and is a distributed, cloud-based storage solution that exhibits some of the best properties of a relational database.
0 comments Posted 7 Apr 2016 by Sugu Sougoumarane Feed
Containers, virtual machines, or bare metal?
Which technology will you use to deploy your next big application? The data center is changing. Again. In the olden days, really not all that many years ago, pretty much every server that sat on a rack in a data center was fairly straightforward (if you could call it that). Each machine ran a... Read more
6 comments Posted 7 Apr 2016 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed
Save development time and effort with Ruby
If your time is precious to you, give the open source Ruby programming language a try.
4 comments Posted 7 Apr 2016 by Jay McGavren Feed
Interview with Zoe Landon, Marketo
Computers process rules. Lawyers process rules. So why do lawyers have such a hard time with computers?
1 comment Posted 6 Apr 2016 by Ben Cotton Feed
12 memes of open source software
Stephen Walli has collected 12 memes to help share the history, set the stage, and provide context for what open source software is and what it means to the software industry at large.
8 comments Posted 6 Apr 2016 by Stephen R. Walli Feed
Test automation
Testing is, by definition, challenging. If bugs were easy to find, they wouldn't be there in the first place.
1 comment Posted 5 Apr 2016 by Hans Buwalda Feed
In this interview, OSCON 2016 speaker Jessica Rose explains the role the Dunning-Kruger effect plays in open source communities, and offers tips for managers to help them recognize when candidates under- or over-estimate their own skill levels.
2 comments Posted 4 Apr 2016 by Rikki Endsley (Red Hat) Feed