How to nail a tech writer job interview

How to nail a tech writer job interview
For technical writing gigs, w​hat is it that hiring managers are looking for, what can you provide, and what can you plan to have ready for next time?Read more

Win an O'Reilly Safari subscription and free eBooks

O'Reilly Safari Giveaway
Enter our 2017 O'Reilly Safari Giveaway for a chance to win a one-year subscription to O'Reilly Safari.Read more

Top 5: How to speed up your MySQL queries, 4 types of OpenStack Neutron networks, and more

Top 5 articles of the week
In this week's Top 5, we highlight articles on how to speed up your MySQL queries, four types of OpenStack Neutron networks, a guide to Linux...Read more

4 ways to measure success in open source communities

4 ways to measure success in open source communities
This week wraps up our monthly blogging challenge with an appropriate topic: How do you measure success?Read more

How game design can help you build better software

How game design can help you build better software
Even small changes can make a big difference in your ability to craft software that has an extremely powerful and positive impact on people's lives.Read more

How to build cross-platform console apps with .NET Core

How to build cross-platform console apps with .NET Core
Now you can write your C#/.NET code once, on any platform, and run it on Windows, Linux, and macOS.Read more

The evolution of OpenStack

The evolution of OpenStack
Learn how the OpenStack community is adapting to meet the changing needs of open source cloud computing users in this interview with OpenStack...Read more

3 big open data trends in the United States

3 big open data trends in the United States
What are the practical ramifications of city leadership, data standards, and data sharing across the country? Learn more about the three big open...Read more

How I got started with Linux

How I got started with Linux
From physics student to the founder of FreeDOS, Jim Hall tells us how it all started with a hobby Linux install in 1993.Read more

A beginner's guide to Linux syscalls

A beginner's guide to Linux syscalls
Learn how system calls can handle a lot of functions, simple and complex, in Linux applications.Read more

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