Next week is OSCON in Portland and I will be there ready to learn the latest and greatest in the world of open source.
It’s, as always, a powerful program with more things I’d like to attend than I can attend. So where is my holographic multi-persona anyway? (and kudos to the folks who managed wade through several hundred abstracts to get to this lineup.)
So here are some of my personal schedule highlights:
- Web Accessibility for the 21st Century
- Internal Open Source: Running internal projects with open-source methods
- Discrete Math You Need to Know
- Automated Testing For Accessibility
- Can Evil Corporations Embrace Open Source?
- and the keynotes, awards, parties..
Adobe has several talks going on that are worth your attendance.
- Brackets: An Open Source Code Editor For The Web by Adam Lehman
- Intro To PhoneGap by Renaun Erickson
- Testing Hybrid Applications on Android by Joe Bowser
In any case, I’ll be roaming around OSCON next week, so if you’d like a chance to meet up, shout out .