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The OpenNebula Project will follow up with the second OpenNebula Global Conference taking place from 02 - 04 December 2014 in Berlin. The Conference will serve as a meeting point for OpenNebula cloud users, developers, administrators, builders, integrators and researchers and a unique opportunity for discussion and collaboration with other projects. See you again in Berlin!
DockerCon Europe 2014 is a two-day Docker-centric conference that is organized by Docker, Inc. and the Amsterdam community. It will feature topics and content about all aspects of Docker and will be suitable for Developers, DevOps, Ops, System Administrators and C-level executives. At DockerCon Europe you will also be able to meet with the Docker eco-system: maintainers, contributors, developers, devops, ops, hackers and partners.
RobotsConf is a revolutionary technology event for software developers to get an efficient and effective deep dive into the exciting world of hardware development on December 6th and 7th, 2014. If you are a Ruby, Python, JS or any other high level language developer that is interested in the Maker Movement, but unsure where to start -- this event is designed for you. We will have experts in each high level language in attendance and available as well as many of the incredible makers who are already changing the world. With hands-on sessions covering drones, 3D Printing, microcontrollers, and the Internet of Things, this is the only two day event that will take you from a software developer to a Maker.
OpenDocument Format is the world's leading document standard for exchanging content across office applications. The ODF plugfests are an ongoing series of vendor-neutral events, bringing together implementers and stakeholders of the standard. The goal is to achieve maximum interoperability by running scenario-based tests in a hands-on manner and discuss new and proposed features of the ODF specification.
The tenth ODF plugfest will take place in London (UK) on December 8th and 9th 2014 hosted by the UK Cabinet Office and organised by OpenDoc Society. Lead architects from commercial and open source products, members of the OASIS ODF TC's and technical experts from national and regional governments will be present. Previous plugfests were held around Europe since 2009.
Open source projects, like any other software projects, are rarely written from scratch. Most open source projects these days are composite projects, meaning they build on and use other open source projects.
Navigating licenses of composite open source software packages can be a difficult undertaking. Composite projects often contain more than one open source package and each project could have its own individual license, creating potential licensing dilemmas for those who wish to incorporate the code into their own project.
When: Tuesday December 9, 2014 at 9am EST, 6:30pm IST (India), 3:00pm CET (Central Europe), 2:00pm (UK)
Repeat: Tuesday December 9, 2014 at 2:00am EST, 11:00am PST
What You’ll Learn:
•How different open source projects are structured
•The difference between composite and single component open source projects
•An overview of license compatibility challenges
•Detecting and managing the mix of licenses
Who Should Attend:
•CTOs and CIOs
•Corporate IP lawyers
•Open Source Software Developers
Length: 45 minutes
A DIY and hands-on lab event for decisions makers, developers, administrators, and users of OpenStack.
Currently the cloud and SDN technologies are making steady progress and the implementation of each technology is being made by service providers and business users, which are utilizing them in the business, and by the vendors and manufacturers, which are supplying solution and products.
Additionally, in technology, as they are called SDI (Software-Defined Infrastructure), cloud technologies such as orchestrators or cloud OS and network-control software technologies are integrated into one field technologies and being developed for users to utilize as one technology.
Okinawa Open Laboratory, a General Incorporated Association is a unique research institute, which is continuing the open “technology development, building and operating the test-bed, human resource development and their communication,” which is rarely seen in other organizations in any other countries.