Well, hello there, people. I am back with another Bacon Roundup which summarizes some of the various things I have published recently. Don’t forget to subscribe to get the latest posts right to your inbox.
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Without further ado, the roundup:
Building a Career in Open Source (opensource.com)
A piece I wrote about how to build a successful career in open source. It delves into finding opportunity, building a network, always learning/evolving, and more. If you aspire to work in open source, be sure to check it out.
Cutting the Cord With Playstation Vue (jonobacon.org)
At home we recently severed ties with DirecTV (for lots of reasons, this being one), and moved our entertainment to a Playstation 4 and Playstation Vue for TV. Here’s how I did it, how it works, and how you can get in on the action.
Running a Hackathon for Security Hackers (jonobacon.org)
Recently I have been working with HackerOne and we recently ran a hackathon for some of the best hackers in the world to hack popular products and services for fun and profit. Here’s what happened, how it looked, and what went down.
Opening Up Data Science with data.world (jonobacon.org)
Recently I have also been working with data.world who are building a global platform and community for data, collaboration, and insights. This piece delves into the importance of data, the potential for data.world, and what the future might hold for a true data community.
From The Archive
To round out this roundup, here are a few pieces I published from the archive. As usual, you can find more here.
Using behavioral patterns to build awesome communities (opensource.com)
Human beings are pretty irrational a lot of the time, but irrational in predictable ways. These traits can provide a helpful foundation in which we build human systems and communities. This piece delves into some practical ways in which you can harness behavioral economics in your community or organization.
Atom: My New Favorite Code Editor
Atom is an extensible text editor that provides a thin and sleek core and a raft of community-developed plugins for expanding it into the editor you want. Want it like vim? No worries. Want it like Eclipse? No worries. Here’s my piece on why it is neat and recommendations for which plugins you should install.
Ultimate unconference survival guide (opensource.com)
Unconferences, for those who are new to them, are conferences in which the attendees define the content on the fly. They provide a phenomenal way to bring fresh ideas to the surface. They can though, be a little complicated to figure out for attendees. Here’s some tips on getting the most out of them.
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