In this week’s Top 5, we bring you an up close and personal look at the new Raspberry Pi 3, five alternatives to the standard Linux bash shell, a My Linux Story tale, a look at some of the most influential roles in open source businesses and communities, and the social media startup Buffer’s salary transparency policy.
Top 5 articles of the week
If you don’t know Buffer, they are a social media startup doing things a bit differently. For one, they made employee salaries transparent. To find out more about their quest to “become more open,” check out Bryan Behrenhausen’s article.
Nithya Ruff is the Head of SanDisk’s Open Source Strategy Office. In this post, she takes a look at some of the most influential roles in open source businesses and communities.
Sean Ballais shares his Linux story in this tale about his father’s influence, his first install, and the tools he uses today.
Jason Baker is back with another in-depth look at Linux. In this article, he takes us through four open source alternatives to the standard bash shell.
You may have heard the news by now, but we’ve got an up close and personal look at the new Raspberry Pi 3 from Ben Nuttall of the Raspberry Fi Foundation. Additional neat factoid: More than 8 million Raspberry Pi units have been shipped out since this tiny computer launched four years ago.