The Friday Five is a weekly Red Hat® blog post with 5 of the week's top news items and ideas from or about Red Hat and the technology industry. Consider it your weekly digest of things that caught our eye.
Red Hat Summit: Connect 2022 lab sessions and topics
Take a closer look at one of the most popular offerings at Red Hat Summit: Connect events—self-paced and instructor-led labs. The series kicked off this week in Brooklyn, New York, with more events just around the corner. View the schedule, choose your city and save your seat today!
LISTEN TO THE PODCAST:
Compiler - Stack/Unstuck: Frameworks and Fundamentals
While not a “layer” of a stack, frameworks can help developers build applications faster. But when things go wrong, it also helps to know the basics. Listen to the latest episode of Compiler to learn more.
ON THE BLOG:
The purpose-driven organization: 6 tips for fostering diversity and inclusion
What is diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), why is it important for modern organizations, and how can it be incorporated into the workplace? These are some of the questions addressed by Shuchi Sharma, Red Hat Vice President and Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer, and Lee Jourdan, former Chevron Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, during a recent Red Hat Coffee Hour.
IN THE NEWS:
IT Pro - Red Hat adopts a remote-first policy, with offices turned into "neighbourhoods"
IT Pro puts a spotlight on Red Hat's approach to the future of work, discussing three observations that were highlighted in a recent blog by Red Hat Chief People Officer Jen Dudeck: flexibility, listening, and more functional, collaborative office spaces.
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Embraced by creative studios: VFX Linux Task Force recommends Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Behind everyone’s favorite animated series or special effects-laden blockbuster stands a host of highly skilled visual effects (VFX) and animation studios, providing the artistic muscle to bring the wildest concepts to life on-screen. These creative houses rely on artist workstations and backend services powered by Linux, given the flexibility and scalability of the platform. A new report from the VFX Linux Task Force, however, doesn’t recommend that studios use just any Linux - the working group recommends Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 9.x, along with downstream rebuilds of the published RHEL sources.