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In 2015 we launched the first Open Source Yearbook. The Open Source Yearbook is a community-contributed collection of each year's top open source projects, people, tools, and stories. Read our collection of annual Open Source Yearbook articles.

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The fourth annual Open Source Yearbook looks back at 20 years of open source and rounds up hot new technologies and trends.
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If one of your 2019 goals is to present at a tech conference, add these resolutions to your list.

Here are a few ways to improve the world during our next trip around the sun.
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No matter how you say it, good communication is essential to strong open source communities.
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We've rounded up a few favorite picks for conferences to attend in 2019.
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Before you can begin working in artificial intelligence, you need to acquire some human intelligence.
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Add logic to the command line with control operators in compound commands.
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Serverless computing is transforming traditional software development. These open source platforms will help you get started.