Go deeper into open source software development.
There's a reason industry legends come to the O’Reilly Open Source Software Conference to share their ideas. Some of those ideas have launched careers and collaborations—and sparked new ideas leading to some of the most innovative technologies in open source.
If you want to explore some of the most challenging issues that our industry faces today, including rock-solid technical skills, business-tested use cases, detailed success stories (or tear-downs of failures), come to OSCON.
- JAN 21
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- MAR 2020
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O’Reilly has a reputation for geekiness. We’ll own it. We know you don’t just want to hear about a technology–you want to roll up your sleeves and use it. We do, too. From deep-dive tutorials to practical keynotes, we have a relentless focus on the tools and techniques you can put to immediate use.
Get a clear, vendor-neutral look at the tools, best practices, and processes you need to make solid decisions and deliver effective software. From emerging languages and frameworks to the cloud and AI–if it’s enabling advancements in software, it’s covered at OSCON.
The most brilliant software can be hamstrung by the most mundane obstacles. At OSCON, you’ll get clear advice on how to avoid expensive and time-consuming bottlenecks, case studies to learn how others overcame the hurdles you face, and a chance to test-drive new tools. So you can focus on innovation, not irritation.
Ever since the very first 1998 Freeware Summit (where the term open source was coined), O’Reilly has gathered this community to exchange ideas and build connections. You’ll meet the inventors and innovators–and the people who share your headaches and understand what rocks your world.
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