*Important update... this event will now take place February 24/25, 2021. Additional details will be forthcoming, but it will follow the same general format as originally planned in 2020*
A day of 45 and 90-minute sessions delivered by open source thought leaders from world-class companies and organizations
March 30, 2021 – Downtown Austin, TX
The Austin Convention Center, located in the heart of the city’s technology and entertainment district.
Open Source 101 is a one-day conference designed to educate current technology professionals and technology students on topics foundational to open source, open tech, and the open web. The event will feature sessions on major topics delivered by some of the top experts in the country.
Attendees will include current technology professionals experienced using open source, those coming from a proprietary background and new to open source, as well as students from computer science and other technology programs at universities and colleges throughout the region. Schools represented will include The University of Texas at Austin Department of Computer Science and many more.
Open Source 101 will take place on March 30th, 2021, and will be hosted virtually online, located in the heart of the city’s technology and entertainment district.
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All about the venue
Austin Convention Center
500 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78701
Multiple tracks will be featured, including:
- Contributing To / Consuming Open Source
- Legal and Compliance
- Big Data + Cloud
- Networking / Infrastructure
- Demo / Case Study
Target audience includes current technology professionals familiar with open source or those coming from a proprietary background as well as technology/computer science students and professors at colleges and universities.
Single session keynote presentations on major open source topics
Breakout sessions and workshops covering multiple topics