From Disruption to Default: Another successful OSCON 2011
Another year passed for OSCON 2011 with over 3000+ attendees flocking to Portland, Oregon for this year’s theme: From Disruption to Default.
OSCON 2011 events, tracks, sessions and keynotes raised the bar again.
Here are a few highlights of the keynote session and tracks:
- Microsoft Keynote by Gianugo Rabelino, Sr Director of Open Source Communities is quite great as he talks about the future of community: informed trends: education, repeatable science and experience. See speakers slides
- Rob Pike: The expressiveness of Go programming language. Read blog
- Ariel Waldman: On hacking space exploration. See speaker slides
- IBM: On building native mobile apps with phone gap. Becky Gibson and Simon MacDonald showed best practices on mobile apps. See speaker slides
- Gabe Zichermann discussed the importance of Gamification. Check out the slides
Check out full speaker list
Check out full program speaker and slides
Check out keynote and video interviews
Lastly, On Thursday, July 28th, Global Girls in Tech Mentorship Program kicked off their inaugural VIP sessions at Oscon. Fortune 500, academic, tech and entrepreneurs and leaders from all over the world gathered together to participate and support our kick-off meet-up. Thanks so much to everyone who showed up. We couldn’t have done it without your continued help and participation. Interested in participating? Drop me an email; email@example.com | Follow me @MsSonicFlare
Watch video live interview with Ivo Lukas- Director of Global Mentorship/Partnership program & MD of Portland Chapter
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(Photo credit: Pinar Ozger & OSCON)