The 2021 Open Source 101 conference took place two weeks ago – on Tuesday, March 30, and it was fantastic! Nearly 1,350 registered from all over the world – the most ever. And good news! Recordings from all 40+ talks that were featured are now live on our YouTube channel. In addition, we’ve listed each […]
The ATO team is thrilled to announce the 2021 call-for-papers (CFP) is now open through Friday, April 30! We’re seeking submissions from established technologists with many years of experience, technologists and community members that may be new to “open”, and everything in between. In addition, we are proudly seeking talks from traditionally underrepresented groups and […]
We felt the keynote block was spectacular this year, and we’re thrilled to announce talk recordings are now available! Each of the four speakers featured brought a unique background and set of experiences with them, which was reflected in the content delivered. Talk topics were also high level and widely applicable to everyone in attendance, […]
In a word Open Source 101 was…. fantastic! While the 2021 edition was hosted virtually (we would have preferred an in-person conference), the upside is that more people registered and participated than ever before. Nearly 1,350 technologists took part in some way and took advantage of the opportunity the 40+ sessions and speakers made possible. […]
Many have asked, and we’re now in a position to make the announcement… The 2021 All Things Open call-for-papers (CFP) will officially open Tuesday, March 30 and will remain open for 30 days. From the beginning of ATO, way back in 2013, we’ve been truly fortunate to have technologists, decision makers, community leaders, and […]
We’re thrilled to announce the recording from the March 2 meetup is now available and live!Valarie Regas of Salesforce did an amazing job as she delivered a 30 minute talk titled “Continuously Awesome: Using Jenkins to Build, Deploy, and Automate”. She followed that up with a 10-15 minute Q&A session with attendees.Attendance was strong as […]
We’re thrilled to announce the recording of Jigyasa Grover’s talk from the February 9 meetup is now live! If you weren’t able to attend and watch it live, or if you did attend and would like to watch it again, we encourage you to check it out. It’s just under 40 minutes beginning-to-end and includes […]
During the February 9 meetup featuring Jigyasa Grover of Twitter, we were joined by the type of person we love to see participating. Justin Alirkan is a student currently enrolled in the data science program at Lambda School and he wanted to interview a current technology professional and ask a few questions. In short, he […]
After a tremendously successful Spacewalk event on January 19, we’re excited to keep the momentum going in February and March! Three world-class events with solid content will be featured over the next two months, including two meetups (for February and March) and the annual and ever-popular one-day Open Source 101 conference. Tuesday, February 9 The […]
We’re thrilled to announce our February meetup is “official” and will take place Tuesday, February 9. The topic is one we feel anyone working with data (and machine learning) will appreciate and enjoy – The Importance of Data in the Machine Learning Ecosystem. In addition, the featured speaker is a good friend of the All […]
Open Source 101 2021
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