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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.

Kanban-style organization action

Use folders for what they're for - storing messages and tasks. Use labels to help you better organize what's in those folders.
Selfcare, calm routine

Self-care is essential in today's hectic world. Sleep, breaks, and disconnecting are great strategies for better managing your own health.
failure sign at a party, celebrating failure

"Everybody is perfect, except you." This toxic thought can creep in and ruin your confidence. Here's how to normalize failure during the learning process and remember that everyone makes mistakes.
Open source stars.

I am more of a Deanna Troi in my role as a community manager. How about you?
Teammates shaking hands and smiling in an office

Contributing to open source prevents complacency and teaches people the value of giving to the greater good.
A farm road

After a busy day of virtual meetings, emails, coding, and collaborating, how do you wind down for the night?
Family learning and reading together at night in a room

Working in the fast-paced tech industry makes each day exciting. What are the morning rituals that give you the space to slow down?
Women talking

Whether you're looking to hire a developer advocate or become one, here are the qualities to aim for.