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Where We’ll Be – November and December 2019

Although it’s been just 4 weeks since All Things Open, we’re already hitting the road again and finishing 2019 strong.

We encourage everyone with availability to come out and see us over the next 6 weeks. We’ll be in three (3) states at two user group meetings and a fantastic financial services/open source conference. And as always we’ll say hello, catch up, and likely give you a hearty handshake or possibly even a heart felt hug if we see you.

 

Wednesday, November 20 – Open Source Strategy Forum – New York City

This one-day conference, hosted by FINOS, will focus on open source in the financial services and fintech sectors, and it will feature some of the largest and most influential banks in the world. In addition, some of the world’s leading open source authorities will attend and speak. Tickets are just $199-$249, and you can register here. Contact us directly at [email protected] if interested in attending as we have a few VIP passes.

 

Tuesday, December 3 – All Things Open RTP meetup – Durham, NC

The final meetup of 2019 will be a good one as we feature world-class speakers and content, and we end the year by giving away new swag and making multiple big announcements as we look ahead to 2020. Attendance is always free, but RSVPs are required. Food and beverages will be served. More details can be found here.

 

Wednesday, December 4 – Open Source South Carolina meetup – Columbia, SC

We’ll end 2019 strong in SC as well as we feature two (2) really great speakers and two very interesting and timely topics – Progressive Web Apps and Javascript: Beyond the basics. In addition to the speakers and content, we’ll have new ATO swag available and we’ll make a few announcements as we look ahead to the upcoming year. RSVPs are required but the meeting itself is always free. More details can be found here.

 

Be sure to say hello if you make it out to any of the above events. All are extremely high in educational and networking value and sure to be worthy of your limited time. As we’ve said many times in the past, we strongly believe in-person events are an often overlooked way to learn and network in ways remote/virtual communication simply don’t allow.

Contact us directly with questions at [email protected], or hit us up on the internets.