One of best and most fulfilling services we provide at conferences is connecting supply and demand, and Open Source 101 this Saturday will be no different.
In addition to offering great content and truly world-class presentations the conference will again connect professionals with local organizations, which is vitally important.
We’re encouraging all current technology professionals with time, expertise or perhaps even funds to offer to attend the event Saturday and meet local underrepresented organizations. It’s not only a great opportunity to network, but it’s a great way to help wonderful people doing wonderful things.
Just a few of the organizations with an exhibit table and members at the conference this Saturday include:
Girl Develop IT RDU
Women Who Code RDU
Women in Tech Allies RDU
And if you can’t make it Saturday but still have time, expertise or funds to offer, contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll make the connection for you.
One of the small changes we’ve made to the format at Open Source 101 this year is that we’ve added a couple of sessions to be featured over lunch. The two offered in 2017 were extremely popular and attendance was strong. So strong in fact we concluded attendees wanted a bit more programming while enjoying lunch.
The four sessions are very diverse in their focus and feature speakers and topics we feel sure will be of great interest once again.
The purpose of Open Source 101 is to cover topics and technologies fundamental to open source, open tech and the open web, and keynotes go one step further – to highlight topics we feel are important enough to be delivered to a plenary audience.
Keynotes at OpenSource 101 on Saturday, February 17 will do just that, and will be delivered by a group of true thought leaders from all over the U.S.
We’re thrilled to host the second Open Source 101 Raleigh on Saturday, February 17 at The McKimmon Center at NC State University. Nearly 700 registered in 2017 and we’re hoping for even more this year.
The team at All Things Open would like to sincerely thank everyone involved in the the inaugural Open Source 101 conference.
The one-day event, designed to teach the fundamentals of open source, took place Saturday, February 4 at The McKimmon Center on the campus of NC State University.