All Things Open 2016 Lighting Talks line-up

Opensource.com Lightning Talks at All Things Open 2016

Don't miss these five-minute talks at All Things Open about Raspberry Pi, DevOps, blockchain, Kubernetes, and more.

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Join the Opensource.com community for eight lightning talks you won't want to miss. Speakers have five minutes to enlighten the audience with a burst of information about an open source topic they are passionate about. We've got everything from DevOps to Raspberry Pi, blockchain to Kubernetes, and much more. Grab your lunch, find a seat in the main ballroom, and get ready for the fastest hour at All Things Open 2016.

Lightning Talks will begin at 12:30pm EST on October 27, 2016 on the main stage in ballrooms A & B on the 4th floor of the Raleigh Convention Center. Check out this year's line-up:

  • Welcome from Opensource.com—Jason Hibbets | @jhibbets and Rikki Endsley | @rikkiends
  • Lightning talk #1 - How Bitcoin's blockchain Changes Everything—Eric Martindale | @martindale
  • Lightning talk #2 - Solving the Free Rider Problem in Open Source—Chad Whitacre | @whit537
  • Lightning talk #3 - The Power of Upstream First—Thomas Cameron | @thomasdcameron
  • Lightning talk #4 - 25 Years of Linux in 5 Minutes—Jeremy Garcia | @linuxquestions
  • Lightning talk #5 - ChickTech: Teaching the next generation of women—Nicole Engard | @nengard
  • Lightning talk #6 - Raspberry Pi for Everyone!—Ben Nuttall | @ben_nuttall
  • Lightning talk #7 - My Phoenix Project by Unrealgenekim—Burr Sutter | @burrsutter
  • Closing—Rikki Endsley | @rikkiends

All lightning talks will be recorded for future playback on the OpenSourceWay YouTube channel. Live stream will not be available for this event.

About the author

Jason Hibbets
Jason Hibbets - Jason Hibbets is a Principal Program Manager at Red Hat with the Digital Communities team. He works with the Enable Architect, Enable Sysadmin, Enterprisers Project, and Opensource.com community publications. He is the author of The foundation for an open source city and has been with Red Hat since 2003. Follow him on Twitter: @jhibbets for a fun and shareable feed of his open source (and...