Now in its 14th year, OSCON is the best place on the planet to prepare for what comes next, from learning new skills to understanding how new and emerging open source technologies are going to impact how we live, work, and do business. In keeping with its O’Reilly heritage, OSCON is a unique gathering of all things open source, where participants find inspiration, confront new challenges, share their expertise, renew bonds to community, make significant connections, and find ways to give back to the open source movement. The event has also become one of the most important venues to unveil ground-breaking open source projects and products.
Nikki DelRosso and I were fortunate to attend the tutorials sections of the convention. It was a decent experience. We both picked topics that we were familiar with and this made the tutorials a little boring because they catered more towards people who had little to no knowledge of the topic. I recommend picking up topics that you have no knowledge about to enjoy the tutorials even more.
For more information about OSCON please visit their site. Next the OSCON is coming back to Portland, OR so I recommend going for the entire convention if you can.
Author: Daniel Mundra