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People generally agree that open source has problems — but what those problems are depends on who you ask. In this series, we explore the cultural battles facing the open-source community. You can read the first article, on ethics and licensure, here; the second, on governance, here; the third, on the rights of end users, here; and the fourth, on open-source incentives and the trajectory of #EthicalSource, here.
With an editorial team that reports on tech from all of its major hubs — San Francisco and New York and Chicago, but also Boston, Austin, Seattle, Los Angeles, and Colorado — Built In is uniquely positioned to deliver engaging, timely and accurate information that keeps our audience up to date on the innovative companies, tech trends, and thought leaders worth knowing. These reports build on our reporting from across the country.
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Chris, a digital content specialist, was preparing for a weekly call with her CEO and chief brand officer when the two delivered some shocking news: She was fired.
As with most supposed panaceas, the narrative surrounding science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects suggests that these fields, more than others, provide the c
Once upon a time, McKinlie Evans had her own desk at the office. It was a simple space, adorned only with her computer equipment and coffee-mug collection.
While interviewing for a job, Gianna Driver, chief people officer at the Silicon Valley-based fintech company BlueVine, was ask
Andrew Reilly, who has a degree in business computer systems, got a job as a programmer right out of college.
Matt Rolnick joined Clubhouse in January out of curiosity.
When Jacob Gebrewold applied for an open account executive position at Klue, he knew the company wouldn’t be looking to hire someone like him — an outsider to the tech industr
When Abbey Hudetz thinks back to the beginning of her social media career, she remembers the content she created, the social accounts she managed and the campaigns she ran.