You don't need to be a master coder to contribute to open source. Jade Wang shares 8 ways you can contribute to open source software projects without writing code.
Six non-code opportunities for contributing to open source software code and communities.
2015 was another great year for open source technologies and communities. Before we close this chapter and look to 2016 for what's next, let's take stock of how many open source projects readers contributed to this year. Whether you contributed as a software developer, designer, bug tester,... Read more
A student's perspective on how you can attract students to your open source project.
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Here at Opensource.com, we cover ways to contribute to open source projects on the regular. A few of our favorites are:
The demand for people in open source is at an all-time high. Open source technologies such as programming languages, libraries, and tools, are now mainstream. Participating in an open source community can help you learn those tools, and when you go on job interviews you can not only discuss your... Read more
I'm a big believer in stories, less of a believer in rhetorical questions. It's taken me a while, but I've learned to avoid the question, "What is DevOps?"
Getting started with contributing to open source can be tricky, so the following is a list of suggestions I have as a women in the community for other women and girls out there to make it easier.
Open Source is a key framework to enable the prolonged development and delivery of ARTIST tools to help companies transition to modern platforms, like the cloud. We support businesses on this journey from the start, in assessment and reducing risk, to implementation and reducing cost. ARTIST tools... Read more