In this week’s Friday Top 5, we highlight…
- An interview with Tilde’s Leah Silber on burn out at work
- An interview with longtime Linux developer Hans de Goede who will review the $9 mini computer C.H.I.P. at LinuxCon Europe this year
- Celebrating 5 years of LibreOffice with co-founder Italo Vignoli
- Rikki Endsley’s exclusive interview with Chris Aniszczyk, the Head of Open Source at Twitter, and
- The Linux story of Jim Whitehurst, president and CEO of Red Hat
Top 5 articles of the week
Tilde CEO Leah Silber serves up tips for dealing with burnout and explains how salary transparency can help improve employee satisfaction in this All Things Open interview.
An interview with Hans de Goede who will review the $9 mini computer C.H.I.P. at LinuxCon Europe this year.
September 28, 2015 marks five years since LibreOffice was forked by a group of open source community leaders. The Document Foundation co-founder Italo Vignoli looks back at the brief history of the LibreOffice.
In this exclusive interview with Chris Aniszczyk, the Head of Open Source at Twitter explains how company engineers are working on open source technologies internally and contributing to a range of community projects.
Jim Whitehurst, president and CEO of Red Hat, shares his Linux story. He says it begins like that of so many others—with an old computer and a desire to tinker.
What are microservices? Opensource.com created a new resource page which gently introduces microservices, a modern way of building applications which rely upon distributed systems to do their jobs.