The Linux Foundation just recently announced its 2019 events schedule, featuring all your favorite events as well as some brand-new ones to cover the latest technologies. Make plans now to speak or attend and expand your experience with open source.
The Linux Foundation’s 2019 events are projected to welcome more than 35,000 open source influencers to learn and share best practices in open source technologies ranging from operating systems, cloud applications, containers, IoT, AI, networking, security, storage, and more. New events on the schedule for this year include Cephalocon and gRPC Conf.
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Open Source Leadership Summit – Deadline: January 28
Cephalocon – Deadline: February 1
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon + Open Source Summit China – Deadline: February 15
Automotive Linux Summit – Deadline: March 24
Open Source Summit Japan – Deadline: March 24
Check back soon for submission details for other upcoming events, as the calendar is regularly updated. The Linux Foundation welcomes first-time speakers and is happy to provide additional information about the submission process.
If you don’t plan to speak but do want to attend, note that events like KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe are expected to sell out. The recent event in Seattle was record-breaking in terms of attendance, so register early to secure your spot.