What are the most valuable tools, communities, features, resources or programs you use as you up-skill on Open Source technology?
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reading blogs, official documentation, and attending webinars, and summits.
Building apps which could be useful, niche, and add value to the field of Analytics
Try to operate things via terminal / command prompt and learn commands to operate via different open source websites
To have sucess in adopting open source technology you have to be certificate that you have support when things don't work as you expected.
The most valuable tools I use to up-skill on Open Source technology are the actual apps themselves. The second most valuable resource is the open-source communities that exist for a particular technology.
Besides our Red Hat partners page, I extensively access.redhat.com, Opensource.com, Red Hat developers website, Enable Sysadmin and Enable Architect community blogs.
I started giving back by contributing to Opensource.com and Enable Sysadmin blogs!
Novice but searching online for ways to make myself better and contribute to communities, official documentation, and attending webinars, and summits to hopefully help others along the way.
Use Red Hat resources.
Opensource.com is a highly important resource. Also GitHub is where so much open source code lives... best way to learn is by touching open source directly.
A collaborative learning environment, enabling open source skill development.