Why Attend Open Source 101?

Open Source is now ubiquitous and central to the modern technology environment. The need to learn more and understand the basics has never been more vital.

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To remain competitive every technologist, regardless of skill or experience level, needs to understand the fundamentals of open source.

According to a number of recent studies and reports

 

Open Source has never been more popular

 

And skills have never been in more demand

2.

The speakers at Open Source 101 are world class

World-class technologists and thought leaders will deliver each session live on March 30. Each speaker has been chosen specifically because of the experience and expertise they bring to the table.

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Content and topics will provide the knowledge needed to contribute to and consume open source effectively

Each talk featured has been chosen to provide education resulting in an ability to effectively contribute to and consume open source. More companies are both consuming and open-sourcing products themselves than ever before. It is vital people inside these organizations understand the tools and processes being utilized.

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Networking opportunities will be outstanding

Even though Open Source 101 is a virtual event with live remote sessions there will still be plenty of networking opportunities available. The platform on which the event will be hosted, 6Connex, includes a Networking Lounge where connections can be made and conversations engaged in with fellow attendees, sponsors and speakers.

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The value is second to none

Thanks to Presenting level sponsors, registration to Open Source 2021 is absolutely free ($0), no strings attached. We fully understand the world is a different place than it was one year ago, and we’ve structured the event accordingly. The only thing we ask is that you say “thanks” to our sponsors for making much of what we do possible. They are true friends of the open source community.

Target Audience

  1. Current technology professionals with little open source experience, but wanting to learn more
  2. Current technology professionals with open source experience, but wanting to learn more
  3. Students wanting and needing to learn more about open source
  4. Anyone interested in world-class networking opportunities with some of the top thought leaders in the world