CO.LAB at Red Hat Summit 2018

Working on the CO.LAB initiative has been the most rewarding project of my career. So far, we’ve been to 4 cities and have taught nearly 100 middle school girls in underserved areas how to code their very own Raspberry Pi computers into digital cameras. But it’s more than just coding. It’s about collaboration—the students are

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How to bring a Summit theme to life | Part 1

Unsurprisingly, Red Hat Summit is a BIG deal here at Red Hat. It is our yearly event where passionate geeks around the world unite to learn about open source technology and how it is changing the very world we live in. It’s epic, it’s huge, and it’s a three-day conference that is planned from start

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Next Stop: Boston-Bos-Boston

It was the summer of 2008. I was a wide-eyed intern working on the Brand team helping produce video content for what would be my first Red Hat Summit. The video below was the promo piece we produced to announce the date and location of that year’s Summit, which was being held in Boston for

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Open Studio at East Carolina University

In February, four designers from the Creative Strategy and Design team had the privilege to talk with the design students from our alma mater, East Carolina University. We spoke about Red Hat, the work we do, open design principles, the “real world”, and what we’ve learned since graduating college. The main themes of the day

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Where Open Source Stories can come from and why sharing them is important

The Open Patient has humble beginnings rooted in the open source way where good ideas can come from anyone and anywhere. Rushing out the door into the gray morning for another business trip, Mark Coggin, director of product marketing for Red Hat, grabbed the damp copy of the Boston Globe lying in the driveway. He

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Red Hat Tower Enclaves

Red Hat’s global headquarters is located in a 19 story building in downtown Raleigh. Before moving into the building, the design team had the opportunity to create large scale wall graphics to adorn the different floors. These graphics present the values of the open source way, such as collaboration, openness, sharing, participation, and meritocracy, all

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