Developers and open source enthusiasts converge on Austin, Texas in just under two weeks for O’Reilly Media’s annual open source conference, OSCON , and the Community Leadership Summit (CLS) that precedes it. CLS runs May 14-15 at the Austin Convention Center followed by OSCON from May 16-19.
OSCON 2014 program chairs including Googler Sarah Novotny.
Photo licensed by O’Reilly Media under CC-BY-NC 2.0 .
This year we have 10 Googlers hosting sessions covering topics including web development, machine learning, devops, astronomy and open source. A list of all of the talks hosted by Googlers alongside related events can be found below.
If you’re a student, educator, mentor, past or present participant in Google Summer of Code or Google Code-in , or just interested in learning more about the two programs, make sure to join us Monday evening for our Birds of a Feather session.
Have questions about Kubernetes, Google Summer of Code, open source at Google or just want to meet some Googlers? Stop by booth #307 in the Expo Hall .
Thursday, May 12th – GDG Austin
7:00pm Google Developers Group Austin Meetup
Sunday, May 15th – Community Leadership Summit
Monday, May 16th
7:00pm Google Summer of Code and Google Code-in Birds of a Feather
Tuesday, May 17th
Wednesday, May 18th
Thursday, May 19th
Haven’t registered for OSCON yet? You can knock 25% off the cost of registration by using discount code Google25 , or attend parts of the event including our Birds of a Feather session for free by using discount code OSCON16XPO .
See you at OSCON!
By Josh Simmons, Open Source Programs Office