How to use Apache Spark’s Resilient Distributed Dataset (RDD) API.
Saron Yitbarek explores examples of technical projects in education, health, and grassroots political activism that moved too fast.
The O’Reilly Open Source Awards honor exceptional contributions to open source software. The Frank Willison Memorial Award recognizes outstanding contributions to the Python community.
Brad Fitzpatrick shares wisdom and anecdotes from his open source experiences.
Stephanie Hurlburt explains why an open ecosystem is essential for the survival of virtual reality.
Zaheda Bhorat talks about open source at Amazon Web Services (AWS) and takes you through highlights of her journey to AWS.
Brian Behlendorf looks at how open source software and the blockchain offer models for building trust in your systems.
Dianne Marsh explains how open source contributed to Netflix's success, and vice versa.
Source code management, CI pipelines, and IaaS have open alternatives, but most projects are developed on proprietary infrastructure. Christopher Aedo explains how to make open choices.
Alvand Salehi walks through some of the government’s open source projects available on the newly launched Code.gov.
Watch highlights covering open source, open infrastructure, the business of open source, and more. From the O'Reilly OSCON Conference in Austin 2017.
How Evan Booth's adventures in real-world transmogrification have shaped his perspective on open source hardware, manufacturing, and finding potential in the unremarkable.
Ying Xiong discusses the fast-growing open source market in China.
Take the lessons of open source and apply them across your processes, not just to development.
What will innovations like dynamic plugins, serverless Go, and HTTP/2 Push mean for your development this year?
Open source development, changing infrastructure, machine learning, and customer-first design meet in a perfect storm to shape the next massive digital transformation.
Learn about Swift’s most impactful and interesting new features, and explore Swift’s use on non-Apple platforms.
Exploring the many trends in business, education, and government that have contributed to the current state of open source activity in Brazil.
Roberto Di Cosmo reveals the motivations behind the launch of Software Heritage, a project that has archived more than 3 billion unique source code files and 650 million unique commits.
Lauri Apple discusses Zalando's open source transformation and how it's shaped the company.
Open licenses have served us well for more than two decades, but Cory Doctorow says they need help if we’re going to survive the era in which computers invade our structures and our bodies.
Karen Sandler says software freedom underlies our ability to effectively solve social problems, so we need a new way of thinking about it in relation to social justice causes.
Mark Shuttleworth says your next million is more likely to come from an afternoon tinkering on your laptop and a tiny PC than beating your neighbor to web scale on the cloud.
@WalmartLabs has transformed its Electrode application platform to React and Node.js, and the platform is now open sourced. Laurent Desegur discusses the problems the platform aims to solve.
Danese Cooper explores InnerSource, the move to develop open source software within the walls of an organization.
Watch highlights covering open source, open data, architecture, the business of open source, and more. From OSCON in London 2016.
OSCON program chair Rachel Roumeliotis on what it takes to make OSCON happen and what to expect at OSCON in London.
Saron Yitbarek explains how socioeconomic status, location, education, and other factors affect the likelihood of being able to contribute to the open source community.
Watch full keynotes covering open source tools, enterprise, architecture, infrastructure, community and more. From OSCON in Austin 2016.
What happens when an open source community develops around a group of patients who are frustrated with their medical devices? You end up with an artificial pancreas, of course.
We've seen that collaborative development creates and innovates at speed and scale. How will we ensure that the open source communities that created these opportunities continue to grow?
The O’Reilly Open Source Awards recognize individual contributors who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, creativity, and collaboration in the development of open source software.
As the Internet of Things expands to include computers in our bodies and computers we put our bodies into, the question of open and closed takes on a new urgency.
Erica Brescia explains how a bootcamp experiment has turned into a successful hiring channel for Bitnami.
Simon Wardley examines the issue of situational awareness and explains how it applies to the world of open source.
Solomon Hykes explores the container ecosystem and shares lessons learned from managing successful open source projects.
Angel Diaz looks at open source projects that exemplify the concepts we’ll all need to accelerate innovation and success.
Sanqi Li shares Huawei’s open source stories, including new developer and lab partnership programs.
Rapper, singer, producer, and songwriter Sammus performs at OSCON in Austin 2016.
Joseph Sirosh shares stories about the unreasonable effectiveness of open.
Watch keynotes from OSCON in Austin, Texas.
Kyla McMullen tells the story of how she went from taking apart NES systems and Speak & Spells as a child to earning a PhD and becoming a professor focusing on 3D spatial audio.
Sam Ramji explains why a platform should come with the expectation of an open and transparent approach.
Collaboration tools in the open-source Trusted Analytics Platform (TAP) address the human side of data analytics.
OSCON gets you up close with innovators who do things for the common good.
The new Redis Module System provides developers with access to the data structures.
Running an open source business is a lot different than being a part of an open source community.
How innersourcing can create collaboration within organizations.
In addition to exploring the largest collection of open source projects up close and in-person, access the hallway track and attend special programs, which can lead to long-lasting relationships and other prospects.
Using the power of the community to create a developer-friendly Linux laptop.
Having a homogenous approach to persistence is key to moving the container ecosystem forward.
Trusted Analytics Platform, the open source analytics platform founded by Intel, helps companies access the newest tools and frameworks for data analytics.
Open source has victories, but there are battles that still need to be fought.
OSCON is where independent developers and enterprise users find the knowledge and inspiration to work on things that matter.
A new platform founded by Intel combines open source components to make data analytics and data applications easier to manage.
The O’Reilly Hardware Podcast: Value in the data, not the drone.
Read Chapter 5 from Building Tools with GitHub
OSCON continues to set the pace as open source evolves.
Bridging the divide between opposing paradigms