Free Webinar: Why and How To Publish Your Work and Opinions
The Linux Foundation | 17 April 2017
As part of its goal to cultivate more diverse thoughts and opinions in open source, the April Women in Open Source webinar will discuss why publishing your own research, technical work and industry commentary is a smart move for your career and incredibly beneficial to the industry at large.
In this webinar, learn how to get started, good topics to write about and how to contribute to magazines, journals and new publishing platforms like Medium. “Why and How To Publish Your Work and Opinions” will be held Thursday, April 27, 2017, at 9 a.m. Pacific Time.
Designed to share both inspirational ideas and practical tips the community can immediately put into action, the webinar will provide examples of women in open source who have successfully published their technical work and viewpoints, as well as identify influential publications to target. So mark your calendars!
Register today for this free webinar, brought to you by Women in Open Source.
As the community manager and an editor for Opensource.com, Rikki helps grow and oversee a community of moderators, contributors, and participants. Opensource.com attracts more than 1 million pageviews each month, with articles contributed by the open source community and community moderators.
Libby oversees content strategy for The Linux Foundation, including Linux.com and its newsletter, managing a team of freelance writers and editors. In addition, she writes and edits content for the site.
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