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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.

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Let's look beyond exam scores and hire open source candidates based on their ability and potential.
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What it is, why you should care, and how you can help prevent burnout.
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From homemade chia puddings to whatever's at the local drive-through, open source technologists tell us how they fuel up to get through their busy days.
Selfcare, drinking tea on the porch

Cheese from Bavaria, a Brazilian breakfast sandwich, a New York bagel, or a hot cup of tea from Great Britain. Our contributors share their favorite way to fuel their day.
Selfcare, calm routine

Folks share what job led to their career in tech.
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You never know where you will travel from your first job.
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Stress and burnout can affect open source communities, but we can all help.
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Our past lives can be exciting and funny. Here are some surprising ways folks have made their way to open source.