It can be tough for employers to know which conference to send their employees to. If you’re looking for a conference to help develop your team, linux.conf.au offers a holistic experience for almost anybody working in technology who has an interest in Free and Open Source Software.
linux.conf.au is a globally recognised conference, providing delegates and organisations with a strong return on investment. The conference provides delegates with a week-long immmersive experience into everything open source. This means delegate can bring the most up-to-date industry knowledge back to the office to share with their colleagues.
Dates: Monday 13 - Friday 17 January 2020
Venue: Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Gold Coast, Australia
Tickets: Details on pricing can be found at https://linux.conf.au/attend/tickets/
Our theme for linux.conf.au 2020 is ‘Who’s Watching’, focusing on security, privacy and ethics. As big data and IoT-connected devices become more pervasive, it’s no surprise that we’re more concerned about privacy and security than ever before. We’ve set our sights on how Free and Open Source Software could play a role in maximising security and protecting our privacy in times of uncertainty. With the concept of privacy continuing to blur, Free and Open Source Software could be the solution to give us ‘2020 vision’.
While we have a lots of interesting talks on this theme, it is by no means limited to this. You’ll find talks and tutorials in software development, Linux kernel internals, DevOps, community management and more.
linux.conf.au is one of the world’s longest-established conferences about Linux and Free and Open Source Software.
Delegates will experience:
Talks, tutorials and miniconfs at the conference are highly diverse, giving delegates access to the latest groundbreaking insight in the open source industry. The nature of linux.conf.au sees talks extend from the highly technical to business-focused case studies, which enable delegates to experience a breadth of knowledge across the technology industry. Topics at linux.conf.au 2020 include security and privacy, architecture, open hardware and software, community engagement, diversity promotion, legal and ethical management.
Further details of our sessions are available online at https://linux.conf.au/programme/sessions/.
Full details of miniconfs can be found at https://linux.conf.au/programme/miniconfs/.
Organisations who fund delegates can gain competitive advantage through:
Sending your employees to linux.conf.au allows your organisation to engage with the most up-to-date industry knowledge across everything open source.
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