explored the subject at #OSCON 2013 with his talk on Reducing Identity Pain - watch the video:
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Our first tweet chat will feature , author of Flask Web Development. More details to follow soon!
Join us every other Tuesday from 1pm to 2pm PT for #OSSChat featuring special guests including authors, speakers, and other friends of O'Reilly.
How do you join?
Just search #OSSChat on Twitter or go to http://twubs.com/OSSChat. Respond to the 9 questions tweeted from @OSCON and include hashtag #OSSChat in your tweets.
Every other week grab your afternoon coffee and join us for quality discussion and fun banter. Connect with peer professionals and heavy hitters in development and open source communities.
Discuss #OSCON topics such as open source culture and emerging languages/frameworks.
is doing a series of interviews with #OSCON speakers. They're all great, but this one's a doozy:
Office Hours just posted with 60 experts including authors and speakers.
Protips: (1) If the online booking system says they're booked full, try calling. (2) If you're on a budget (who isn't?), check out our budget accommodations available thanks to .
OSCON has supported the open source revolution all the way—from the early days when a handful of visionaries and rebels were working to make the case for free and open software (imagine wanting access to your source code!) to now, when open source software is the standard for everyday programming languages, databases, utilities, and operating systems.
And the revolution isn't over. Open source software has a rich history of stimulating creativity and the genesis of fresh ideas, and those who work with open source are dedicated to finding a better way to do things. At OSCON, you'll learn about the latest developments, add to your skills in hands-on tutorials, and discover how other people are using the tools you use.
OSCON 2014 will take place at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, OR July 20-24, 2014.