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Every month, Opensource.com scours the Internet for the best in community-created OpenStack tips and tutorials.
1 comment Posted 20 May 2016 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed
The future of sharing: integrating Pydio and ownCloud
A new open standard supported by the OpenCloudMesh project is a big step toward interoperability.
2 comments Posted 19 May 2016 by Ben van 't Ende Feed
Building a bootstrapped business on open source
Redmine for project management leads one company to offer a hosted version and create a new viable business.
2 comments Posted 18 May 2016 by Thomas Carney Feed
Coffee shop photo
This month we look at ways to balance your workload, gracefully say "no," and avoid burnout.
6 comments Posted 17 May 2016 by Jen Krieger (Red Hat) Feed
Twitter birds
I went down the OSCON speakers on Twitter rabbit hole so you don't have to, and I collected a list of 174 people to follow. (It's a really, really deep rabbit hole, folks.)
2 comments Posted 16 May 2016 by Rikki Endsley (Red Hat) Feed
Open source from a recruiter's perspective
When you take really smart people and give them the chance to be collaborative—for the sake of making something that works really well or may change the landscape of our everyday lives—it creates an energy that can be addictive.
0 comments Posted 16 May 2016 by Lindsey Thorne Feed
OpenStack News May 16
Here's what's happening this week in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project.
0 comments Posted 16 May 2016 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed
Supply chain management software tools
In this article, we'll take a look at some free and open source software options for supply chain management, and some of the features of each.
3 comments Posted 14 May 2016 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed
An in-depth guide to turning a product into an open source project
Expert Stephen Walli takes a deep dive into the value of creating an open source project and how to turn a product into a project.  
0 comments Posted 12 May 2016 by Stephen R. Walli Feed
Managing passwords in Linux with KeePassX
KeePassX remembers hundreds of passwords across various applications. It also generates strong, secure passwords when you need them.
8 comments Posted 11 May 2016 by Ricardo Frydman Feed

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