Conferences are about more than being out of the office and free lunch.
Going to your first open source conference can be intimidating, so Sarah Sharp has complied ten tips for people who are new to the conference circuit.
Sarah Kahn of Girl Develop It responds to a question she receives quite often: Why don’t more women attend technical conferences and other events?
Radek Pazdera shares why FOSDEM is a can't-miss event for free and open source software supporters.
uProxy makes it a little easier to bring the free and open Internet to some of the darkest corners of the world. Find out more this interview with Lucy He, Raymond Cheng, and Salome Vakhtangadze. uProxy mentors coders during open source codeathon at Grace Hopper this year.
This week DockerCon, Red Hat Summit, and DevNation kicked off. And, there's more open source goodness in conference form to come this summer, and later this fall.
An event recap of Open Source Open Society 2015 in Wellington, New Zealand; organized by four rather diverse organizations: Enspiral, Loomio, GitHub, and Chakle.
The Apache Software Foundation is excited to invite you to ApacheCon North America, which we'll be holding in Austin, Texas, April 13th - 16th.
One volunteer's story of Mozilla's Coincidental Work Week in Portland, Oregon.
A mapping event with OpenStreetMap (OSM) that will kick off on January 16, 2015 called #MapLesotho Mapathon. Last year, we had 5 out of 50,000 American OSM users participate. By contrast Germany had over 200 and Poland over 40. Let’s show the world that America can map with OSM! Help us #MapLesotho...