Josh Fruhlinger

Josh Fruhlinger is a writer and editor who lives in Los Angeles.

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The 11 people you meet on (nearly) every open source project

Modern tech, retro style: 10 products that take you back to the future

Modern tech, retro style: 10 products that take you back to the future

Taking tech back in time for fun and (sometimes) functionality.

Twelve different companies IBM has been

Twelve different companies IBM has been

With big layoffs rumored to be close on the horizon, IBM is going to need to use another regeneration.

Get your resume past the robots: How to beat HR's mechanical gatekeepers

Get your resume past the robots: How to beat HR's mechanical gatekeepers

You have two options when it comes to beating the automated systems that filter resumes: you can go through them, or you can go around them.

Why crowdfunding open source projects isn't as easy as you think

Why crowdfunding open source projects isn't as easy as you think

Developers dream of a big money bang that will solve all their problems. The reality is more complicated.

Neverending struggles: Nine insanely long-running tech lawsuits

Neverending struggles: Nine insanely long-running tech lawsuits

Nobody ever said justice moves quickly, and lawsuits in the tech industry can sometimes leave the very technologies at the core of their dispute in the dust.

How much of 2014 in tech do you remember? Take our slightly silly quiz!

How much of 2014 in tech do you remember? Take our slightly silly quiz!

Mt. Gox? HP's split? WhatsApp? That was all this year, folks! See which stories you can still remember this late in the game.

Holiday survival guide: Dos and don'ts for your office party

Holiday survival guide: Dos and don'ts for your office party

Techies: Office hoilday parties are your opportunity to have a good time with your co-workers! Yes, they're slightly scary. Yes, you can do it wrong. But these guidelines will help you bring the cheer.

Tech's new blue collar: Good-paying jobs that don't require a 4-year degree

Tech's new blue collar: Good-paying jobs that don't require a 4-year degree

Traditional manufacturing work may be mostly offshored, but there are plenty of tech-industry jobs that don't require a bachelor's degree and can provide a middle-class life

And yet it moves: The early, awkward days of

And yet it moves: The early, awkward days of "portable" computing

You kids today are spoiled by your modern-day razor-thin ultrabooks. Come take a look portable technology that required some muscle.

The meanest things Larry Ellison ever said

The meanest things Larry Ellison ever said

The longtime Oracle CEO may be taking on a lighter workload, but we assume his sharp tongue won't be stilled.

The ten worst people you meet working in IT

The ten worst people you meet working in IT

You're definitely going to meet them. Hopefully you aren't one of them.

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