Sessions, by Track

While you can see the 2023 schedule in grid format here, we understand the preferable search for many is by track.

Many are interested in a particular topic area, and choose sessions accordingly.

Sessions to be featured March 23 are included below by track.

*Please note, keynote sessions and a few additional sessions will be added to the schedule in the next week or so, so stay tuned.

Developer Track

  1. Why are people developing inside containers?: How Codespaces takes containerization to the next level – Rizel Scarlett, GitHub
  2. A Whirlwind Tour of Rust: Systems Programming for the Modern Developer – Ben Striegel, Rust Community Manager
  3. Documentation that developers love – Gloria Asuquo
  4. Building Web Applications without a Framework – Simon MacDonald, Begin
  5. How to get your website into the cloud using open source technologies (extended 90 minute session) – Kerim Satirli, Hashicorp

Technology 1 Track

  1. An Introduction to Cloud Native Technologies – Brad Topol, IBM
  2. A Guided Tour of Istio Ambient Mesh – Lin Sun,
  3. Cloud of Serfdom vs Cloud of Freedom: why open source will win in the Cloud age – Peter Zaitsev, Percona
  4. Machine Learning with Apache Beam – Danny McCormick, Google
  5. Observability For You and Me with openTelemetry – Eric Schabell, Chonosphere
  6. Accelerating Your Open Source Contribution Journey with Cloud Development Environments – Vishal Pallerla, DevZero

Technology 2 Track

  1. Introduction to Kubernetes (extended 2.5 hour session workshop) – Brent Laster, SAS and Tech Skills Transformations LLC
  2. Introduction to Kubernetes Security (Extended Session) – Marc Boorshtein, Tremolo Security
  3. From Nix to Docker – Everything You Need to Know About Polyglot (Open Source) Package Management – Julien Urraca, flox

Processes Track

  1. Zero to Open Source Contributor (extended 90 minute session) – Keegan Campbell, GitHub
  2. Creating scalable community programs
  3. Establishing a code of conduct and response team for your global open source project – Angela Jin, Automattic, Inc.
  4. The Mystical Nature of Open Source Marketing – Swarna Podila

Case Study/Projects Track

  1. Challenges of Spark Applications coexisting with NoSQL databases – Gokul Prabagaren, CapitalOne
  2. Zen and the Art of Organizational Open Source – Paula Paul, Nearform
  3. A Distributed Intelligence Vision for the Electric Grid – Dwayne Bradley, Duke Energy
  4. Bootstrapping an Open-Source Program Office at Blue Cross NC – Paul McLaughlin, BlueCross BlueShield NC
  5. Open Source Stories: Beginnings – Sharan Foga, Instaclustr by NetApp
  6. How to keep an open-source app together with commercial products? – Tatiana Krupenya, dBeaver Corporation