My employer is allowing me to attend one major dev conference this year. Since I've been unable to obtain a ticket to Google I/O for 5 years in a row now, I'm looking for the "next best thing". I'd like to find a conference with similar (open source and/or Google technology) discussions.
So far, I've been comparing Oracle's JavaOne and OpenWorld, Qcon SF, O'Reilly's OSCon, and a couple of others.
Anyone here have any experience with any of those or others they'd recommend?
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