Open Source 101 is a global event organized by the All Things Open team. This is a one-day conference featuring 10, 45 and 90 minute live talks covering the “basics” of open source. While many believe “everyone knows the basics” and can effectively contribute and consume, the organizers say they disagree based on more than a decade of feedback and input from our community.
More on Open Source 101: Open Source 101 is a one-day conference covering the technologies and processes foundational to open source, open tech, and the open web. The event features industry experts delivering 10 minute keynotes, 45 minute track talks, and extended workshop sessions. All content featured is delivered at an introductory or intermediate level. Target audience includes current technology professionals, students, entrepreneurs, and decision makers of all types. The goal is that attendees leave the event better able to use, contribute to, and leverage open source.