2019 Dates announced Oct 13-15 save the date now

The Open Source 101 Series Call For Papers Now Open Through Monday, Feb 4

The All Things Open team will again host a spring Open Source 101 event in 2019, and speakers are now being sought.

The one-day conference will take place Thursday, April 18 in the heart of Columbia, South Carolina’s technology, educational, and entertainment district. It will feature 15 minute keynote, 45 minute, and extended 1.5 hour talks from leading developers, technologists, and thought leaders.

In 2018, nearly 500 technologists, decision makers and students attended from 11 U.S. states. The audience was enthusiastic and diverse. 500+ are expected in 2019.

We’re looking for the following types of talks: *not an exhaustive list, only examples*

Contributing to Open Source

  • How anyone can effectively contribute to an existing project, or start one from scratch.
  • How-to’s, best practices, case studies
  • Bug reports, pull requests, code, documentation, design, technical writing

Consuming Open Source

The processes and best practices of safely and effectively consuming open source.

Developer (2 tracks)

  • Front and back-end technologies every developer should know about. Examples include:
  • Programming/Scripting Languages
  • Javascript
  • Java/OpenJDK
  • PHP
  • Python
  • Groovy (Apache)
  • Go
  • Ruby
  • Swift
  • Perl
  • .NET/ASP.NET

Developer Frameworks

  • Node.JS
  • Grails
  • Django
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Ionic
  • TensorFlow

Mobile

  • Xamarin
  • React Native
  • Appcelerator Titanium
  • Phone Gap/Cordova
  • Sencha

Testing / Test Automation

  • Selenium
  • Appium
  • Cucumber
  • Robotium
  • JMeter
  • Citrus
  • Cypress
  • Serenity

Cloud/Big Data

Never before have cloud and big data been more important to technologists.

Cloud Environments & Cloud Management Tools

  • OpenShift
  • OpenStack
  • Microsoft Azure
  • AWS
  • Cloud Foundry
  • CloudStack
  • WSO2
  • KVM
  • Eucalyptus

Analytics/Data

  • Elastic – Elasticsearch, Kibana, Logstash (ELK)
  • Apache Kafka

Security

Technology stacks have never been more complex, and security more vital to every organization.

Trending

Sessions examining cutting-edge technologies and topics. Examples include:

  • Tensorflow
  • Continuous Integration
  • Jenkins
  • GitLab
  • MuleSoft
  • TravisCI

Deployment Automation & Configuration Management

  • Ansible
  • Chef
  • Puppet
  • Juju

Containers

  • Kubernetes
  • Docker
  • CoreOS
  • Mesos
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