The Business and Economics of Linux and Open Source: a Book Review

A new book that explains OSS on an executive level can help open a dialogue between hackers and suits.

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Not only employers look for private activity online

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I mentioned in the review that we should expect our publicly
archived posts to be scanned by recruiters, and that, in some cases, it may not be necessarily bad: as food for thought, since it actually has nothing to do with this book, check Googling for dates for a similar, but (IMHO) much more demoralizing tendency,: it discusses "searching for a date's past on Google"...
Best Regards,
Marco Fioretti

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