collaboration

Live from CapitolCamp2011

Live from CapitolCamp2011
The third-annual Capitol Camp is an unconference held in Albany, New York (the State Capitol). The past two years of camp have also included a '...Read more

Changing government culture the open source way

Changing government culture the open source way
Can an entrenched bureaucracy, encumbered by a rigid culture and public records compliance adapt open source ways to collaborate more effectively? Is...Read more

BlueJ: From closed to open, an interview with Ian Utting

BlueJ: From closed to open, an interview with Ian Utting
If you've learned Java in the past 10 years, there's a good chance you've encountered BlueJ or its younger sibling, Greenfoot . Originally developed...Read more

Call for images: Collaboration challenge

Call for images: Collaboration challenge
At opensource.com, we take pride in providing compelling, creative-commons images for the content published by our community. Most of the images you...Read more

Dialing the right mix: open source principles and collaboration

Dialing the right mix: open source principles and collaboration
This should come as no surprise: Open source principles are great guidelines for conducting successful collaboration sessions. What wasn’t as obvious...Read more

BarCampRDU: Preparing for the unconference experience

BarCampRDU: Preparing for the unconference experience
I'm excited to attend my first BarCamp on Saturday, October 15, 2011. BarCamp is an unconference that brings together people interested in a wide...Read more

Collaboration is hard work: Planning for today's teams

How do you collaborate with today's marketing teams?
In our experience, every marketing team is different--but increasingly they have a few things in common. For a start, it's rare to find the whole...Read more

Upcoming webcast: Clay Shirky on open source and the cognitive surplus

Clay Shirky webcast
Clay Shirky , known for his books Cognitive Surplus and Here Comes Everybody , studies the effects of the Internet on society and economics, and he...Read more