Open Source Summit

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Open Source Summit (formerly LinuxCon) is a name for a series of annual conventions organized each year since 2009 by the Linux Foundation.wikipedia
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Open Source Summit (formerly LinuxCon) is a name for a series of annual conventions organized each year since 2009 by the Linux Foundation.
At the inaugural Open Source Summit in Los Angeles, a collection of Open Source Guides for the Enterprise, created in partnership with TODO Group and open source managers/executives, were announced to provide further transparency to new open source projects looking to solidify their stance, strategy, and staying power.

Linux

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Apart from keynotes given by some high-profile Linux people (such as Linus Torvalds or Greg Kroah-Hartman in 2009), Open Source Summit is increasingly used as a platform for open source thought leaders, influencers, hiring managers, professionals, and developers in Information technology to talk about their plans for the technological landscape and announce major news.
At LinuxCon North America 2015, IBM announced LinuxONE, a series of mainframes specifically designed to run Linux and open-source software.

Europe

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Linux Foundation started organizing similar events in Europe and Japan.

Japan

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Linux Foundation started organizing similar events in Europe and Japan.

Linus Torvalds

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Apart from keynotes given by some high-profile Linux people (such as Linus Torvalds or Greg Kroah-Hartman in 2009), Open Source Summit is increasingly used as a platform for open source thought leaders, influencers, hiring managers, professionals, and developers in Information technology to talk about their plans for the technological landscape and announce major news.

Greg Kroah-Hartman

Apart from keynotes given by some high-profile Linux people (such as Linus Torvalds or Greg Kroah-Hartman in 2009), Open Source Summit is increasingly used as a platform for open source thought leaders, influencers, hiring managers, professionals, and developers in Information technology to talk about their plans for the technological landscape and announce major news.

Information technology

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Apart from keynotes given by some high-profile Linux people (such as Linus Torvalds or Greg Kroah-Hartman in 2009), Open Source Summit is increasingly used as a platform for open source thought leaders, influencers, hiring managers, professionals, and developers in Information technology to talk about their plans for the technological landscape and announce major news.

Nokia

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For example, Nokia confirmed in 2010 the delivering of the first MeeGo device this same year, or Oracle Corporation explained in 2010 where they were heading for their Linux efforts after their acquisition of Sun Microsystems.

MeeGo

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For example, Nokia confirmed in 2010 the delivering of the first MeeGo device this same year, or Oracle Corporation explained in 2010 where they were heading for their Linux efforts after their acquisition of Sun Microsystems.

Oracle Corporation

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For example, Nokia confirmed in 2010 the delivering of the first MeeGo device this same year, or Oracle Corporation explained in 2010 where they were heading for their Linux efforts after their acquisition of Sun Microsystems.

Sun Microsystems

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For example, Nokia confirmed in 2010 the delivering of the first MeeGo device this same year, or Oracle Corporation explained in 2010 where they were heading for their Linux efforts after their acquisition of Sun Microsystems.

Ridesharing company

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Transportation network companies Uber and Lyft announced a de facto collaboration on Cloud Native Computing Foundation projects at Open Source Summit North America in 2017.

Uber

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Transportation network companies Uber and Lyft announced a de facto collaboration on Cloud Native Computing Foundation projects at Open Source Summit North America in 2017.

Lyft

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Transportation network companies Uber and Lyft announced a de facto collaboration on Cloud Native Computing Foundation projects at Open Source Summit North America in 2017.

Portland, Oregon

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Held on 21–23 September 2009 in Portland.

Boston

Boston, MassachusettsBoston, MABoston, United States
Held on 10–12 August 2010 in Boston.

São Paulo

Sao PauloSão Paulo, BrazilSao Paulo, Brazil
Held on August 31 - September 1, 2010 in São Paulo.

Tokyo

Tokyo, JapanTokyo MetropolisTōkyō
Held on 27–29 September 2010 in Tokyo.

Yokohama

Yokohama, JapanYokohama, KanagawaYokohama City
Held on 1–3 June 2011 in Yokohama.

Vancouver

Vancouver, British ColumbiaVancouver, BCVancouver, Canada
Held on 17–19 August 2011 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Prague

Prague, Czech RepublicPrague, CzechoslovakiaPraha
Held on 26–28 October 2011 in Prague.

San Diego

San Diego, CaliforniaSan Diego, CACity of San Diego
Held on 29–31 August 2012 in San Diego.

Barcelona

Barcelona, Spaincity of BarcelonaBarcelona, Catalonia
Held on 5–7 November 2012 in Barcelona.

New Orleans

New Orleans, LouisianaNew Orleans, LAOrleans Parish
Held on 16–18 September 2013 in New Orleans.