open source jobs
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.
The Opensource.com Weekly Top 5: the best and brightest burning star articles from this week: January 26 - 30
Ross Brunson, director of member services with the Linux Professional Institute, offers advice for those looking to work in open source and shares his own story.
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
Red Hat intern shares about being a Technical Support Engineer for the summer.
This summer I started my first ever internship. It's certainly a culture-shock to transition from school to the workplace, but I generally like to pride myself on being a quick learner. At Red Hat, as a Systems Management intern, I learned a lot in just the first week.
On every floor at Red Hat Tower in downtown Raleigh, you’ll find a brand message sign that describes Red Hat’s values and culture. On the floor where I intern, the brand message is “Leaders are catalysts, turning shared purpose into shared results.” I see this sign multiple times everyday. Coming... Read more
Throughout most of my education, I was taught that collaboration was cheating. With the exception of teacher-sanctioned group projects, I had learned that working with others to solve problems was not acceptable. So when I got to college and the first assignment in my computer science class was to... Read more
There's no such thing as "just a Linux sysadmin," which is what makes Linux professionals so incredibly valuable. We've all been hearing that the demand for Linux professionals is "at its highest ever!!!" for years. In recent years, though, it hasn't just been Linux nuts like me saying it. You may... Read more
I grew up in the 1980s in Columbus, Georgia. You needed a car to get around, so I did not work until I could drive. Within months of getting my driver's license, I got my first job as a part-time computer programmer for a stockbroker. It is easy to forget that in the 80s, computers and programming... Read more