Linux, Chris Dibona of Google, and open source project management top best interviews in 2013

Best of Top 10 interviews in 2013

Posted 16 Dec 2013 by (Red Hat)
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Top 10 interviews in 2013

  1. Open source is brutal: an interview with Google's Chris DiBona
    by Jodi Biddle
  2. Open source project management on the rise
    by Jen Wike
  3. How the Linux Foundation is helping the auto industry shift to open source infotainment systems
    by Ginny Skalski
  4. Coursefork: a new way to collaborate on open education
    by Jason Hibbets
  5. the decentralized social network that's really fun
    by Bryan Behrenshausen
  6. Open source engine Docker teams up with the Fedora Project
    by Jen Wike
  7. The European Commission's Neelie Kroes believes in open
    by Robin Muilwijk
  8. Why children should learn to code, even if they don't have a future in IT
    by Ginny Skalski
  9. MakerPlane: Open source takes flight in aviation
    by Ted Brunell
  10. Salsa: an open source syllabus creator for educators
    by Jason Hibbets


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