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What tips and advice can you learn from others working in open source fields and jobs? Our contributors offer unqiue articles on the subject for job seekers, recruiters, and newcomers to open source.

Shaking hands, networking

True story: A recruiter quits his job, contributes to open source, gets a job as a software engineer.
Three closed doors

If you’ve been considering a career in blockchain development, the time to get your foot in the door is now. Here's how to get started.
Two hands holding a resume with computer, clock, and desk chair

Combine your love for open source software with your love for the community in a way that allows you to invest your time in both.
A hand reaching out.

Looking for a new job in the new year? These interviewing tips should help you stand out—in a good way.
Two hands holding a resume with computer, clock, and desk chair

Eric D. Schabell gave this five-minute Lightning Talk at All Things Open 2018.
Women talking

We round up common mistakes tech recruiters make and a few best practices to adopt instead.
plastic game pieces on a board

A non-engineer explains why you don't need to be a developer or an operations person to fall for DevOps.
red pen editing mistakes

Working openly means admitting when we've made mistakes. What would you do differently if you could?