In this week’s Top 5, we highlight the project management tool Redmine, advice from a tech recruiter, a new open standard called “federated sharing,” open source options to build a GUI framework, and how to avoid burnout in tech.
Top 5 articles of the week
This article is about the project management tool Redmine, and how it leads one company to offer a hosted version and create a new viable business.
Tech recruiter Lindsay Thorne gives us insight into why employers want open source contributors and why recruiters search for open source contributors.
This article is about the “federated sharing,” new open standard supported by the OpenCloudMesh project.
Weekly writer and staff editor, Jason Baker, tells us this week that Python is a great language for beginners, but when you want to give your application a graphical interface, you’ll need to learn to use a GUI framework. He gives three open source options.
This month, in her column Coffee Shop DevOps, Jen Krieger takes a look at ways to balance your workload, gracefully say “no,” and avoid burnout.