In this contributor spotlight, meet David Both, a regular contributor to Opensource.com, most notable for his Linux philosophy series. He tells us what his favorite open source tools are, what he wishes were more open, and more.
I learned about David Lippman from an article on TeamOpen and realized I needed to talk to him more about his work in open education and open source. David is a professor at Pierce College and has saved students a million dollars with his shared textbooks. He also built IMathAS, a free, open source... Read more
In this interview with GitLab co-founder and CEO Sytse Sijbrandij, learn more about this open source tool for managing git repositories.
Last year Pamela Fox, Computing Curriculum Engineer at Khan Academy, was part of a panel on called "Disruptive Innovation in CS Education." I spoke with her afterwards to get her thoughts on how open source fits into education and the future of computer education.
In this interview with Sarah Novotny, community leader at NGINX, we talk about web servers, Docker, and more.
In this interview with Jon Cruz from Samsung's Open Source Group, we ask him to explain the Wayland project and what he wishes were more open in our world.
In this interview, learn more from Jonathan Boulle of CoreOS about the Rocket project, the container application specification, and how the tech industry is adapting to the rising popularity of containers with new tools and standards for their management.
The South California Linux Expo (SCALE) is an annual event aiming to provide educational opportunities on the topic of open source software. This is SCALE13X, and prior to the event I caught up with one of the speakers, Emily Durham, who will give a talk called Human Hacking.
The other side of community involvement in an open source project is the end users. It's hard to be a successful open source project if no one is using it! But aside from providing documentation and forums, how else can projects and users connect?
Interview with Dan Silivestru, CEO and co-founder of bitHound.io—automated, open source, code quality analysis software.