In the 2016 open source summer reading list, we've collected a great mix of books on leadership, learning Raspberry Pi, analytics, career development, and open culture.
Resolved to be a more open leader in 2016? Start by reading these books.
What open file formats are out there for eBooks, and which ones are best?
Like The Open Organization? Then you're sure to love these 10 inspirational books for open leadership principles recommended by Jim Whitehurst.
In the Open Organization book club this week, writer Bryan Behrenshausen explores "Chapter 5: Letting the Sparks Fly."
The 2015 Opensource.com Summer Reading List!
Tackle information overload. The calibre eBook management software is an excellent tool for creating that daily reading list. Learn how.
I'm in love with open source, but I've been dating open content for many years. You would think these two would jump at the chance to cross-promote, but too often that doesn't happen. Open source claims it has a headache. Open content says it's too busy. Really, a headache? Really, too busy?
Introducing this year's list Open source projects and practices have always enjoyed a complicated relationship to change. To change is to productively evolve. Working transparently and collaboratively excellerates the speed at which we can build wonderful things together. It also allows us to fail... Read more
It's a new year, with new opportunities for the open source way to change and innovate life, education, government, business, health, and law. For each of us as individuals, 2013 is a chance to resolve to be more open. Check out these ways to start this New Year's resolution off right, and in the... Read more