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Todd Greene from Media Temple was up next. He started talking about Linux – how it’s 1 platform with 6 different interpretations. Todd used the example of the ‘omelet’ in this comparison. The secret ingredient in omelet making – in open source software – is YOU. MT came up with a set of values to making open source successful: work with extraordinary people get things done always been curious enjoy  [ Read More ]

For our next speaker, Carin Meier, we were asked to turn off our devices so that we could watch demos of clojure controlled robots. We watched Carin control her roomba and her drone from her computer – even making the two “friends” with each other. Since I couldn’t live blog cause my computer had to be off, you can watch the video here:

Up next was Mark Hinkle from Citrix. Mark started by talking about we can include more people in our communities to make our software better!! First off, all communities are not created equal – and just because they’re different doesn’t mean one is any better or worse than the others. Open source communities all benefit from shared development. Next up a quote I will be adding to my presentations :  [ Read More ]

OSCON Keynote: Open Compute Project

Next up was Jay Parikh from Facebook to talk to us about the Open Compute Project. Jay jumped in to explain where the project has come since last year … but didn’t explain what the project was, so this is from the official site: We started a project at Facebook almost two years ago with a pretty big goal: to build one of the most efficient computing infrastructures at the  [ Read More ]

OSCON Keynote: On Open Intelligence

The keynote was started with an intro by the conference organizers reminding us all that not having a license on our code is a bug not a feature! So go to http://choosealicense.com and pick the right license for your code and make sure you add it to your github account. Our first speaker was Jeff Hawkins from Numenta Inc. Jeff talked to us about the human brain – the most  [ Read More ]

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