August 25, 2017

This Week in Open Source News: The Linux Foundation's 2017 Open Source Jobs Report Released & More


OS Jobs
Hunting for a new job in open source? The newly-released Open Source Jobs Report from The Linux Foundation & Dice should give you confidence.

The Linux Foundation has released their anticipated annual report for job seekers and hiring managers containing key info on in-demand skills and outlook. More top stories and open source opinion articles in this week's digest

1) The Linux Foundation's 2017 Jobs Report (#OSSJobs) has been released and the findings are illuminating for seekers and hiring managers alike.

Organizations Are Desperate for Open-Source Technology Skills- siliconANGLE

Open Source Professionals Are More in Demand Than Ever- ZDNet

2) Major blockchain collaboration via Hyperledger intends to strengthen consumer confidence in the global food system

Food Industry Leaders Collaborate with IBM in Blockchain Consortium- Quality Assurance & Food Safety 

3) "Microsoft and Red Hat are expanding the parameters of a relationship first struck in 2015, bringing Azure and SQL Server closer to Red Hat’s container orchestration product."

Microsoft and Red Hat Expand Partnership With Focus on Containers and Hybrid Cloud- GeekWire

4) "Green Cities" expansion on popular Cities: Skylines will be released on Linux later in 2017

Cities: Skylines Goes Green with New Expansion- Thumbsticks

5) "An all open source workplace makes the most sense," writes Bryan Lunduke. Here's why and how to get started

How to Set Up an All Open-Source IT Infrastructure From Scratch- NetworkWorld

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