OSCON

4 keys to leading open source teams
Insights from Tessa Mero's talk Leading an open source project that she will give at OSCON Austin 2016.
0 comments Posted 29 Apr 2016 by Tessa Mero Feed
Open sourcing planet discovery with PANOPTES
The creators of PANOPTES believe a network of small telescopes can be just as powerful as some of the world's largest.
2 comments Posted 27 Apr 2016 by D Ruth Bavousett Feed
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Interview with a technical evangelist at Microsoft specializing in open source development.
0 comments Posted 25 Apr 2016 by Robin Muilwijk Feed
5 open source programs for the automated teen's toolbox
At 14, Keila already has come a long way on her open source journey. In this interview, she talks about her favorite open source tools and how kids can get more involved in open source communities.
3 comments Posted 13 Apr 2016 by Rikki Endsley (Red Hat) Feed
OSCON 2016 interview with Morgan Senkal and Kathy Lee
OSCON presenters Morgan Senkal and Kathy Lee explain obstacles to government adoption of open source software.
0 comments Posted 12 Apr 2016 by Scott Nesbitt Feed
OSCON interview with Josh Matthews, Mozilla
Platform developer at Mozilla, Josh Matthews, shares a few tips for project management.
0 comments Posted 11 Apr 2016 by Don Watkins Feed
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Teaching students to participate in open source communities can be difficult. Teaching teachers to teach students to participate in open source communities can be even more challenging.
1 comment Posted 8 Apr 2016 by Bryan Behrenshausen (Red Hat) Feed
Interview with Zoe Landon, Marketo
Computers process rules. Lawyers process rules. So why do lawyers have such a hard time with computers?
1 comment Posted 6 Apr 2016 by Ben Cotton Feed
How MongoDB motivates and inspires its developer community
Meghan Gill discusses the importance of volunteer leadership in MongoDB's open source community.
0 comments Posted 5 Apr 2016 by Robin Muilwijk Feed
In this interview, OSCON 2016 speaker Jessica Rose explains the role the Dunning-Kruger effect plays in open source communities, and offers tips for managers to help them recognize when candidates under- or over-estimate their own skill levels.
2 comments Posted 4 Apr 2016 by Rikki Endsley (Red Hat) Feed

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