Jen Kelchner has been interviewing with open organizations—and she's sharing what she's learned.
If you have the right open source skills, finding a job should be no obstacle.
It's no secret that open source skills are in hot demand. Whether you're a developer writing the code that will run tomorrow's websites or next hot application, or a system administrator who is helping keep a company's IT infrastructure up and running, chances are you work with open source software... Read more
If you're in open source and looking for a job, chances are you won't have to search long. According to recent research, businesses are going out of their way to find—and hang onto—their best open source talent.
When you take really smart people and give them the chance to be collaborative—for the sake of making something that works really well or may change the landscape of our everyday lives—it creates an energy that can be addictive.
Hiring and compensation are two organizational practices ripe for transformation. In his two-part series, Chad Whitacre explains how Gratipay has already done it.
The Linux Foundation and Dice.com partnered to survey almost 5,000 open source professionals, and this week they unveiled the 2016 Open Source Jobs Report. The job market is hot for developers, DevOps, and open source professionals with certifications.
Laura Hilliger offers six steps to succeeding in a meritocracy—no matter what role you perform in your open organization.
Asking behavior-focused questions can help interviewers get a better feel for job candidates' skills and personalities.
Emily Dunham shares her technique for leveraging open source contributions to stand out as a great job candidate.