From the early days of open source, OSCON has been the only event that covers the open source stack in its entirety. Not just one language, tool, or philosophy, but all of the moving parts, integrated and working together. It's everything you need to know about open source to keep you ahead of the curve.
Once considered a radical upstart, open source is central to technology today. Collaborative and transparent, it's become modus operandi, powering the next wave of innovation in cloud, data, mobile, and more. If you are passionate and knowledgeable about open source software, hardware, culture, or best practices, we invite you to submit a proposal to speak at OSCON 2014.
In 2014, there will be 400+ speakers at OSCON. Should you be one of them? If you have a desire to pass your hard-knowledge on to others, we encourage you to submit a proposal to lead conference sessions or tutorials. You don't need to be a guru or experienced speaker. We’re looking for interesting stories told in interesting ways, fascinating demos, provocative ideas.
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Send us your proposals by January 30, and we'll help you make your mark at OSCON. We can't guarantee that you'll be an open source superstar once you speak, but you'll be well on your way.
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