The Linux Foundation is holding its annual Collaboration Summit April 15-17 in San Francisco, Calif. And now, the linuep of keynote speakers and other details about the meetup are in place. "Leaders from the Linux developer, industry and end-user communities will gather at the invitation-only Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit to advance the state-of-the-art of Linux and open source software," the announcement notes. Here are more details on what to expect at the conference, and details on complete video sessions form last year's Collaboration Summit.
The Collaboration Summit homepage is here, and you can find a very complete collection of free videos from last year's event here. According to the Linux Foundation, the following somewhat exhaustive set of topics will be tackled at this year's summit: automotive engineering, big data, cloud computing, virtualization, mobile and embedded development, filesystems, kernel development, legal topics, the Linux Standard Base, SPDX, parallel processing, Tizen, tools, and tracing.