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Careers in Open Source series
Careers in Open Source 2016
The Careers in Open Source series is about the work people do, tips for succeeding in your career and building a resume, and advice for growing your network.
- How to choose a brand name for your open source project—by Chris Grams, President of New Kind
- How to interview for culture fit—by Sam Knuth, Customer Content Services team at Red Hat
- 5 tips for growing your developer community on GitHub—by Andrew Embler, CTO and co-founder of concrete5
- How to add open source experience to your resume—by Emily Dunham, DevOps Engineer for Mozilla Research
- Which open source personality type are you?—by Pete Savage, Senior Quailty Engineer for CloudForms at Red Hat
- How to choose the right brand architecture for your open source project—by Chris Grams, President of New Kind
- What it means to be an open source leader—by Jim Whitehurst, President and CEO of Red Hat
- 6 essential non-coding careers in open source—by Nithya Ruff, Head of SanDisk’s Open Source Strategy Office
- Job interview advice for sys admins—by Anderson Silva, Manager of Red Hat's IT Platform Operations
- Buffer sees clear benefits to transparent employee salary policy—by Bryan Behrenshausen, a Red Hat editor
- Are you using this highly effective interview technique?—by Dave Neary, on the Open Source and Standards team at Red Hat