Steve Ovadia spent the past year writing "Learn Linux in a Month of Lunches."
Nicole Engard shares 6 of the book recommendations she received while at OSCON earlier this year.
In the 2016 open source summer reading list, we've collected a great mix of books on leadership, learning Raspberry Pi, analytics, career development, and open culture.
Like The Open Organization? Then you're sure to love these 10 inspirational books for open leadership principles recommended by Jim Whitehurst.
From Windows to Linux, one man's story of learning how to take back his computer.
The 2015 Opensource.com Summer Reading List!
I began working with the Wikimedia Foundation in January 2012 for program and community support in India. With the Centre for Internet and Society's Access To Knowledge program, we focus on open access for scholarly publications to help communities enrich Wikipedia entries for Indic languages.... Read more
Libraries of all types have the same questions about open source software that are asked by technologists in other fields. Does open source make sense for me? What open source packages mesh well with the skills already in my organization? Where can I go to get training, documentation, hosting, and/... Read more
It's Open Library Week at Opensource.com, and we're celebrating open source tools and methods for libraries with a contest. Enter for a chance to win two books of your choice from O'Reilly Media. When you enter, be sure to select your favorite public library becuase they could win too. If you win,... Read more
Following up on the recent review of the Maker's Manifesto, I ran across the book Makers: The New Industrial Revolution by Chris Anderson. Anderson is a former Editor in Chief of Wired and no stranger to the economic paradoxes of peer-production and open source. He has written about both in... Read more