Today I’m headed to sunny San Diego for the LinuxCon and CloudOpen conferences. Woohoo! This will be my first LinuxCon and I’m pretty excited to meet new community members, reconnect with those I met at Collaboration Summit in San Francisco and hear some great keynote speakers.
I’m especially looking forward to the brand new CloudOpen conference. Over the past two months Linux.com has interviewed and written about 10 of the most important “Leaders of the Open Cloud” — most of whom will be speaking at or attending the conference this week. Intel, IBM, HP, Citrix, Eucalyptus, Canonical… the list is impressive. All of these influential companies will be there to weigh in on the open source cloud in the same spirit of collaboration that’s made Linux great.
Follow my live blog here on Linux.com every day from 9 to 10:30 a.m. and 4 to 5:30 p.m. for updates on the keynote speakers or catch my Twitter coverage from @LinuxFoundation under the hashtags #LinuxCon and #CloudOpen. If you’re attending or tuning into our live video feed of the keynotes, I’d love to hear your thoughts on the speakers. And please send me your photos! I’ll be collecting the best conference pics into a slideshow published here each day. My email:
See you in San Diego (or online)!
– Libby Clark
Digital Content Editor, Linux.com
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