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Calendar listing for open source conferences, seminars, meetings, webinars, and more

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January

  • linux.conf.au is widely regarded by delegates as one of the best community run Linux conferences worldwide.

    Each year open source geeks from across the globe gather in Australia to meet their fellow technologists, share the latest ideas and innovations, and spend a week discussing and collaborating on open source projects.

    The conference is well known for the speakers and delegates depth of talent, and its focus on technical linux content.

    linux.conf.au is about free and open source software, especially Linux. It is a technical conference which attracts some of the brightest minds in the world and it is run by the community, for the community.

    It's an opportunity to meet and talk with like-minded people and learn about new projects you can contribute to.

    For seasoned attendees, linux.conf.au is an opportunity to catch up with old friends, see what new friends are currently working on and see first-hand what the future of free and open source software will be.

    We value the attendance of all delegates and want to ensure all all delegates have an great time. We expect all delegates to be respectful and courteous throughout the conference period.

    01/06/2014 - 01/10/2014
    Perth, Australia
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  • In this free Webinar, hosted by IASA Global and Black Duck Software, Peter Vescuso will explain:

    The four steps to create an open source policy
    How the use of open source is best managed
    Best practices for rolling out an open source policy in your organization

    01/14/2014
    Webinar (online)
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  • O primeiro evento de 2014 e o 13º da história do PT.JUG já está confirmado e começamos em grande! Teremos a presença do Jean-Louis Monteiro, um programador bem conhecido do mundo do Java e de origem lusitana. O PT.JUG contará mais uma vez com o apoio do Mestrado de Open Source Software (MOSS) do ISCTE-IUL e será realizado no auditório B203 do edifício ISCTE II.

    A agenda é a seguinte:

    • 18h30 – Boas vindas e temas livres
    • 19h00 – CDI/Deltaspike
    • 19h50 – Intervalo
    • 20h00 – Apache TomEE
    • 21h00 – Jantar e convívio

    No final do evento serão sorteados dois prémios entre os participantes:

    1. Uma licença para o melhor IDE de Java do mercado: o IntelliJ IDEA, no valor de 179€.
    2. Um ebook sobre testes unitários em Java: Practical Unit Testing with JUnit and Mockito, no valor de $25.
    01/16/2014
    Lisbon, Portugal
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  • Over 250 coders, designers, nonprofit representatives, and thought leaders will come together to code for good in NYC January 18, 2014. We're providing the tech industry's answer to the call of Martin Luther King Jr. and the National Day of Service. Will you be there?

    01/18/2014
    New York, US (Online conference)
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  • Abstract:

    API’s are foundational building blocks for many enterprise and mobile applications. Whether it is REST/JSON or traditional web services, having a great API is a great start toward a successful project. When building API’s, it is often nice to think that they do not have the visibility or attack surface that a traditional web app might have. Do authentication correctly and you’re done, right? Wrong. This talk will present a number of ways of looking at an example API and identify and exploit common weaknesses in the design and implementation. The take aways will be concrete actions developers can take when building APIs to improve their security.

    Matt Konda Bio:
    I am a veteran agile software developer with a focus on security. My mission is to empower developers to build code more securely through training, secure agile process adoption (Security in SDLC) and technical solutions. I started Jemurai to work toward this mission.

    I have experience as a Director of Engineering at a large security software company, where I ran multiple project teams concurrently and was responsible for architecture, agile project management, and both operational and technical delivery. I also have experience as a software architect consultant and with managing teams of consultants delivering products to Fortune 500 companies.

    Overall, I have 15+ years of experience building robust software solutions with Java, Ruby, big data and analytics platforms. I have significant industry speaking experience, including Security BSides, AppSecUSA, Defcon Skytalks, Secure360, OWASP chapter events in Chicago and Minneapolis St. Paul, Chicago Ruby and WindyCityRails.

    01/21/2014
    Chicago, IL USA
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  • Apereo has always been about people coming together to share and learn in an open environment, and this is what our "Camp" event is all about. This event is a flexible set of workshop sessions where the content is provided by the participants. The detailed planning of the sessions will occur at the beginning of the event.

    Apereo Camp provide both planned and spontaneous opportunities to collaborate on all Apereo community projects and initiatives, as well as ones from other open source communities as well.

    This will be our seventh year running this community event (going back to the Jasig Unconference events). Mark your calendar, make plans to join us and register as soon as registration opens up!

    01/27/2014 - 01/30/2014
    Mesa, AZ, United States
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  • Opensource.com will highlight the efforts of women in open source from January 27 through February 7. We will be focusing some of our content specifically on women working in free and open source software fields and collaborating on projects ranging from open knowledge to open hardware.

    Read articles from women coders, hackers, developers, community managers, and educators.

    Hear unique perspectives from across the globe, like Noopur Raval in India whose work with the Wikimedia Foundation has revealed a substantial gap in Wikipedia articles on successful Indian women and on cultural traditions of lower castes.

    Learn about the exciting experiences of women working on projects for GNOME, the Open Technology Institute, OpenStack, and Red Hat. Plus, get the latest from Limor Fried on open hardware initiatives at Adafruit Industries!

    01/27/2014 - 02/07/2014
    online
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  • FOSDEM PGDay 2014 will be held on Jan 31st in Brussels, Belgium, at the Radisson Blu Royal hotel. As an extension to the regular PostgreSQL devroom at FOSDEM, it will cover topics for PostgreSQL users, developers and contributors, and anybody else interested in PostgreSQL.

    01/31/2014
    Brussels, Belgium
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