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OSCON2010 Brochure

OSCON2010 Brochure

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There is big change in technology and society, and open source is making it happen. Cloud computing is transforming our toolkit, from NoSQL to systems management. Mobile services are growing exponentially, set alight by Android and iPhone. New languages and APIs are flourishing. Developers must adapt to a rapidly evolving platform, which open source is the key to managing and steering.
There is big change in technology and society, and open source is making it happen. Cloud computing is transforming our toolkit, from NoSQL to systems management. Mobile services are growing exponentially, set alight by Android and iPhone. New languages and APIs are flourishing. Developers must adapt to a rapidly evolving platform, which open source is the key to managing and steering.

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What makes OSCON worth the trip? For starters,the sessions—of course. But there’s more to OSCONthan just sessions. We all really enjoyed the engagingdialogue with other attendees and speakers. For me,OSCON conversations are the gasoline for my motivationengine. Talking with others is great way to get a feel forthe industry’s pulse”
 —Nick Thuesen
Senior Software Engineer 
,
NYTimes.com
 July 19–23, 2010Portland, Oregon
MAKE IT HAPPEN
oscon.com
REGISTER BY JUNE 2 & SAVE UP TO $250
 
use code
os10pdf & SAVE 20%
 
REGISTER BY JUNE 2 & SAVE UP TO $250
 
use code
os10pdf & SAVE 20%
 July 19–23, 2010Portland, Oregon
MAKE IT HAPPEN
oscon.com
Reasons to attend OSCON:
It’s where the open source world meets
If you only go to one tech conference this year, make it OSCON. You’ll find essential technologies, people, and advice all under one roof.
Be challenged and inspired
Hear from our keynote speakers about how they, and you, arechanging the world through open source.
Understand the changing world of open source technology
We work carefully to take the pulse of the technology landscape,briefing you on key trends and developments.
Keep your skills up to date
Two days of top-quality tutorials offer training in the most importantopen source technologies.
Get it from the source
With over 150 presentations over three days, you’ll get to hear andtalk with project leaders, experts, and vendors.
Share and collaborate
Birds of a Feather sessions are informal after-hours sessions organized byattendees, and a great chance to meet and work with like-minded people.
Understand how your business can use open source
Established and successful users of open source share their experienceand advice on business, community, and legal topics.
Hang out in the hallway
Open source is all about the people, and OSCON’s hallways havebeen the birthplace of many ideas and collaborations. OSCON’s hostcity of Portland provides plenty of places to carry your conversationon through the evening.
Meet face-to-face with the people behind the latest inopen source technology
The lively plays host to a broad variety of companies and organizationsworking in open source. Take the chance to speak directly with vendorsand community leaders.
Set your mind on fire
Ignite OSCON is our high-energy fast-paced technology show-and-tell,featuring high impact 5 minute presentations. Be educated, inspired,and pass it on.
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 July 19–23, 2010Portland, Oregon
MAKE IT HAPPEN
oscon.com
FEATURED SPEAKERS & SESSIONS
Brian Aker
TangentOrg
Drizzle inDepth
Damian Conway
Thoughtstream
Advanced Vim
Charles Nutter
Engine Yard, Inc 
Ruby and Dubyon App Engine
Karen Sandler
SoftwareFreedomLaw Center 
Bare Essentialsof Legal Issuesfor Developers
Matt Asay
Canonical 
MakingOpen SourceSexy: Don’tForget theEnd User
Chris DiBona
Google, Inc.
Google OpenSource Update2010
Stormy Peters
GNOME Foundation
FinancialIncentivesin Open Source
Steve Souders
Google, Inc.
Make MyMobile Fast
Tim Bray
Google, Inc.
PracticalConcurrency
Leslie Hawthorn
FinancialIncentives inOpen Source
Kirrily Robert
Infotrope
Open Source,Open Data
Jill Tarter
SETI Institute
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