2014 was a banner year for the event

Nearly 1,100 people from 28 states and 10 countries attended and participated
 Alaska California Colorado Washington DC Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kentucky Maryland Massachusetts Michigan North Carolina Nebraska New York New Hampshire Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia Wisconsin  Argentina Brazil Canada France India Ireland Japan Lebanon Netherlands New Zealand Russia Venezuela

Large crowds filled Main Stage/Keynote and Overflow seating on both days of the conference

Nearly every major technology company in the U.S. participated.

"Women in Open Source" was a featured panel discussion on Day 2. DeLisa Alexander, Executive VP & Chief People Officer at Red Hat, served as moderator and some of the most influential women in technology participated

Some of the most well known experts in the world were featured.

Doug Cutting Creator of Hadoop
Dwight Merriman Co-Founder MongoDB
Yehuda Katz Founder Tilde
Estelle Weyl Standardista
Gail Roper City of Raleigh

Design sessions like this one on Bootstrap were often “sitting room only”

If you’d like to check out All Things Open 2014, here is last year's website.

Check out photos from last year!

Day 2 crowds were very large in the exhibit area

A few of the confirmed speakers for 2015

The 2015 Call for Speakers is now open. If you're a world-class technologist or decision maker and are doing something cool others would be interested in, please submit a talk today.

Join the world’s top developers, technologists and decision makers as we explore open source, open tech, and the open web in the enterprise.

We're accepting talks for the following tracks:

  • Design/Developer – Design, Front-End, Back-End
  • Operations – Administration, Cloud, Big Data, Databases
  • Business – For the CIO, CTO, IT manager or decision maker
  • Open Data/Open Government
  • Hardware Technology
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