The Red Hat Learning Community has reached 25,000 members - To celebrate this milestone we are kicking off a 25K Member Contest!
How to enter: Each action completed below is equivalent to one (1) contest entry. The more actions completed, the more chances you have to win.
3 winners will be randomly selected to win one (1) $50 Visa Gift Card and receive an RHLC member feature for 30 days! Read the contest rules, terms and conditions here.
Thank you again to the entire Red Hat Learning Community for fostering open source skill adoption and the growth of this community.
This contest will close on February 28, 2020.
Open Source is great because it encourages collaboration and innovation! It also enables you to learn and build upon the creation of others and tailor it to your needs. Learning to use free software means to learn for life. No one can take free software away from you!
Most modern Technologies are based on opensource prodcuts , which provides the freedom to do modification , collabration and adaptation to our requirement. Learning the opensource based products provides leverage of learning core technologies used under the hood.
I love opensource because... Nothing better than humans collaborating together to build something.
Whether it is small, large, epic, Opensource allows us all to work together and as a team, bring it to the finish line. Anybody can find projects they like in opensource to occupy their time testing or suggesting improvements.
I love open source software because we get the greatest minds collaborating to get the best ideas solving the most difficult problems!
I love open source because it enables anyone with perseverance to learn and improve their understanding. It brings opportunities for people that might otherwise not have them.
Open source software is the best way to experience cutting edge technologies, stimulating and engaging the technical teams. Incidentally, it has proven to be more reliable and safer
Open source is great because it allows people from different backgrounds and experience levels to get involved with, learn from, and contribute to projects that they're interested in. Everyone involved can benefit from the range of different input experiences, and the deliverables (not just "software") benefit as well.
I love the concept of open source because it enables the learning process to become more of a social and team oriented. I love any working environment where everyone comes to achieve unified goals. That was one thing I like about building houses... teamwork and comradery. The sun and heat, not so much!! Hahaha
When you have an interest in a technology but it's not accessible to you. Sometimes because you either have to pay for it or worse, obtain via illegitimate means. Opensource breaks down this barrier.
It avails an opportunity to make your mark on that technology. Most importantly for me is being able to collaborate with many smart people from diverse backgrounds who are willing to share their knowledge and time for the greater good.