Nicole Engard shares 6 of the book recommendations she received while at OSCON earlier this year.
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.
Introducing the 2016 Open Organization Twitter Sweepstakes!
Resolved to be a more open leader in 2016? Start by reading these books.
Like The Open Organization? Then you're sure to love these 10 inspirational books for open leadership principles recommended by Jim Whitehurst.
If you're interested in managing a great community and/or being great leader, check out these 7 recommended reads.
The 2015 Opensource.com Summer Reading List!
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
Earlier this month, Facebook officially announced its implementation of hashtags, prompting both celebration and outcry from users. But the event also sparked a spate of critical analyses addressing the nature of conversations today, as well as the ways technologies facilitate and organize even the... Read more
Summer has settled firmly upon opensource.com headquarters in Raleigh—just as it has throughout the rest of the United States—but our team has successfully avoided the scorching, 100-degree heat by spending time with some truely refreshing ideas.