Book Signings Galore at All Things Open 2016!!

We are proud to feature multiple book signings at the conference this year. If you read open source related technical books we strongly encourage you to plan to stop by a book signing, pick up a book, and meet the author.

Here is the awesome, complete list:

Wednesday, October 26

Jim Whitehurst, CEO, Red Hat
The Open Organization
Location: 3rd floor / main level of the Raleigh Convention Center at the Red Hat booth
Time: October 26, 2016 from 10:00 am – 11: 00 am

After the All Things Open morning keynote session on October 26, join Jim Whitehurst, Red Hat CEO and author of The Open Organization: Igniting Passion and Performance for a book signing at the Red Hat booth. Books will be available for purchase.

Grant Shipley, Red Hat
OpenShift for Developers, published by O’Reilly
Location: 3rd floor / main level of the Raleigh Convention Center at the Red Hat booth
Date/time: Wednesday, October 26 11:00 am EST

Summary of the book:
Keen to build web applications for the cloud? Get a quick hands-on introduction to OpenShift, the open source Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering from Red Hat. With this practical guide, you’ll learn the steps necessary to build, deploy, and host a complete real-world application on OpenShift without having to slog through long, detailed explanations of the technologies involved.

Grant Ingersoll, Lucidworks
Taming Text, published by Manning
Location: All Things Open registration table, front lobby of Convention Center
Date/time: Wednesday, October 26 11:15 am EST
Immediately following his talk “Data Engineering with Apache Solr and Spark” talk on the Big Data track in 302C

Jono Bacon – JonoBacon.org
The Art of Community, published by O’Reily Media
Location: All Things Open registration table, front lobby of Convention Center
Date/time: Wednesday, October 26 11:30 am EST

Don Schenck, Red Hat
Transitioning to .NET Core on Red Hat Linux
Location: 3rd floor / main level of the Raleigh Convention Center at the Red Hat booth
Date/time: Wednesday, October 26 2:15 pm EST

Summary: The .NET world has changed, and decidedly for the better. Not only is .NET Core now an open source framework, but thanks to Microsoft’s recent partnership with Red Hat, you can develop and run .NET web applications on Linux.

Rommel Garcia, Hortonworks
Virtualizing Hadoop, published by VM Ware Press
Location: All Things Open registration table, front lobby of Convention Center
Date/time: Wednesday, October 26 3:15 pm EST
Before his talk scheduled for 4:30 pm on the Big Data track in room 302C, Building the Right Platform Architecture for Hadoop

Azat Mardan, Capital One
Express.js Deep API Reference, published by Apress
Location: All Things Open registration table, front lobby of Convention Center
Date/time: Wednesday, October 26 4:15 pm EST
Immediately following his talk “You Don’t Know Node.js” on the Back-End Developer track in room 302A

Thursday, October 27

Jason Hibbets, Red Hat & Opensource.com
The Foundation for an Open Source City
Location: 3rd floor / main level of the Raleigh Convention Center at the Code for Raleigh booth
Time: October 27, 2016 from 11:15 am

Join Jason Hibbets, author of The Foundation for an Open Source City and newly elected member of the first Code for America Brigade National Advisory Council, after his “Civic Hacking 201” session at All Things Open. Books will be available at the Code for Raleigh booth while supplies last.

Jason Van Gumpster
Blender for Dummies, published by Wiley
Location: All Things Open registration table, front lobby of Convention Center
Date/time: Thursday, October 27 2:15 pm EST