News Category: Open Source Practices

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OS Summit
Check out the first round of keynotes for Open Source Summit and ELC + OpenIoT Summit Europe, coming up October 22-24 in Edinburgh.

First Round of Keynotes Announced for Open Source Summit and ELC + OpenIoT Summit Europe

Announcing the first round of keynote speakers for Open Source Summit and Embedded Linux Conference + OpenIoT Summit Europe! Keynotes include: Patrick Ball, Director of Research, Human Rights Data Analysis Group Eric Berlow, Co-Founder, Chief Science Officer, Vibrant Data Inc. Linus Torvalds, ...
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Open Source Summit
Check out the co-located events at Open Source Summit, including Kubernetes training & more!

Open Source Summit Features 11 Co-Located Events, Kubernetes Training, Security Summit, LF Deep Learning Workshops & More

What makes attending Open Source Summit so valuable? The people who attend, and the sharing of information that transpires when 2,000 open source leaders from around the globe gather to work together to transform technology. In addition to education opportunities stemming from 250+ conference...
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Michelle Noorali
Michelle Noorali, Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft, says meeting people at open source events helps her better understand how they are using cloud-native tools.

Michelle Noorali: Helping Users and Developers Consume Open Source

Open source events create the best interaction points between developers and users, and one person you’re likely to meet at these events is Michelle Noorali, one of the most visible and recognizable faces in one of the biggest open source communities: Kubernetes. Most modern software development,...
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Tips for Hiring Women in Tech

I fully believe that diverse teams are better teams. As a female CEO I thought it would be easier for me to find strong female candidates than other male founders, but historically, we have received 95% male applicants for all job postings which has led to a male-dominated team. ... Diversity...
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The Top Requirement for High-Impact Teams

Performance depends on making sure everyone knows what needs to be done. What is the top requirement for high-impact teams? When I was recently asked this question, I started making a list. You need to know why you are doing what you are doing, and everyone on the team needs to know what that is....
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How an Open-Source Education Can Help Students Gain an Edge

Open-source software development is less structured and more free flowing, relying on the ideas and (sometimes brutally honest) input from developers from different backgrounds. Like a team of students working on a group project, open-source software is created from code written by many different...
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What's in a Container Image: Meeting the Legal Challenges

Container technology has, for many years, been transforming how workloads in data centers are managed and speeding the cycle of application development and deployment. In addition, container images are increasingly used as a distribution format, with container registries a mechanism for...
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Open Source Summit
Join us in Vancouver for the open source event of the year; register now and save.

Top 10 Reasons to be at the Premier Open Source Event of the Year | Register Now to Save $150

Here’s a sneak peek at why you need to be at Open Source Summit in Vancouver next month! But hurry – spots are going quickly. Secure your space and register by August 4 to save $150. Awesome content: 250+ sessions on Linux systems, cloud native development, cloud infrastructure, AI, blockchain and...
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Doing Good Data Science

There has been a lot of healthy discussion about data ethics lately. We want to be clear: that discussion is good, and necessary. But it’s also not the biggest problem we face. We already have good standards for data ethics. The ACM’s code of ethics, which dates back to 1993, is clear, concise, and...
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How Open Source Became The Default Business Model For Software

Since its inception in 1998, open source has become the de-facto standard for software development and proven itself as a viable business model. While making source code freely available for redistribution and modification may seem counterintuitive, the success of companies like Red Hat and...
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