The lunch break at All Things Open is an excellent time to network, meet new friends, and catch up old acquaintances. It’s also a good time to catch an extra session if you like.
We’ll feature 14 sessions this year starting at 1:00 pm EST on Monday and Tuesday, and each one is designed to have broad appeal and tremendous content. Plan now to attend one each day, and feel free to bring your lunch along in the process.
Monday, October 14:
- Ballroom B (4th floor): Diversity & Inclusion Best Practices: A panel discussion – Tracy Lee (moderator), Nithya Ruff, Comcast, Eriol Fox, Ushahidi and others.
- Ballroom C (4th floor): Lightning Chats on the JS Party Podcast: Watch an episode of JS Party podcast taped live! – hosted by the JS Party team
- Ballroom A (4th floor): “Opening” Wall Street: Myths and Opportunities for You and Your Organization – Gab Columbro, Fintech open Source Foundation
- Blockchain track, Room 304 (3rd floor) – Enterprise Blockchain Driven by Open Source – Jerry Cuomo, IBM
- Community track, Room 206 (2nd floor) – Burnout and Balance – Jessica Rose, Mozilla
- Databases track, Room 204 (2nd floor) – MySQL 8.0 New Features – David Stokes, Oracle
- Open Gov/Open Data track, Room 203 (2nd floor) – Open Source in Government: What We Have Learned – Amin Mehr, GSA
- Business track, Room 201 (2nd floor) – Innovation at scale – key drivers and pitfalls to building API driven agile business platforms – Mifan Careem, WSO2
Tuesday, October 15:
- Ballroom B (4th floor) – 2019 Opensource.com Lightning Talks, hosted by the team at Opensource.com
- Ballroom C (4th floor) – The Magical Living Room – Saron Yitbarek, CodeNewbie CEO & Founder, Command Line Heroes and Basecs podcasts
- Programming Languages track, Room 306B – The Pragmatic Programmer 20th Anniversary Edition: Q&A and book signing – Andy Hunt, Pragmatic Programmers
- Front-End Engineering track, Room 306B – A radical new approach to building user interfaces – Jarod Santo, Changelog Media
- Community track, Room 206 (2nd floor) – Demystifying Distributed Work: Tips and tools for modern teams – Cami Kaos
- Case Study / Demo track, Room 205 (2nd floor) – Virtual Robot Competitions: Advancing the Robotics Industry – Ian Chen, Open Robotics