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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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Working on open source projects can give you experience and connections you'd probably never get anywhere else.
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Are you worried automation will replace people in the workplace? You may be right, but here's why that's not a bad thing.
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Be more prepared, confident, and impressive at your next job interview with these strategies.
Lots of people in a crowd.

Fostering a diverse, inclusive work environment is more important than ever—especially for DevOps teams, where candidates often call the shots. Here's how one situation went wrong, and some questions to keep your hiring on track.
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Avoid being another faceless resume in the stack with a cover letter that shows how you're better than the rest.
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You have 30 seconds to make a good impression. Here's how to make your open source resume stand out.
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College programs don't always teach the real-world skills you need in today's workplace. Here's how to boost your knowledge through internships and open source opportunities.
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A small project to automate a web developer's invoicing process morphed into a full-fledged open source gig management system.