Exclusive summit gathers business and technical leaders in open source to share best practices and collaborate on new innovations
SAN FRANCISCO, January 12, 2017 – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit advancing professional open source management for mass collaboration, today announced the program for Open Source Leadership Summit, taking place February 14-16 in Lake Tahoe, CA.
The Linux Foundation Open Source Leadership Summit is an invitation-only think tank where the world’s thought leaders in open source software and collaborative development convene to share best practices and learn how to manage the largest shared technology investments of our time. From open governance to community enablement, Open Source Leadership Summit provides the venue for business leaders to come together with leading technologists to create and advance the open source infrastructure that runs our lives.
Formerly known as The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit, Open Source Leadership Summit is the annual meeting place for the world’s largest open source projects to come together and explore the latest information on how to start, build or participate in collaborative development.
Over 50 educational sessions are on offer at this year’s event. In addition to keynote sessions, breakouts will be offered across technical, leadership and professional open source tracks.
Keynote speakers include:
Katharina Borchert, Chief Innovation Officer & Patrick Finch, Strategy Director, Mozilla discussing community innovation
Donna Dillenberger, IBM Fellow, Watson Research Center talking about Blockchain
Camille Fournier, Senior Thinker and Raconteur sharing how to build and motivate engineering teams
Al Gillen, GVP, Software Development and Open Source, IDC providing an analysis of open source in 2017 and beyond
Dirk Hohndel, VP, Chief Open Source Officer, VMware discussing making projects production-ready
William Hurley aka ‘whurley’, Entrepreneur, Innovator & Author; Investment Management Division of Goldman Sachs talking about open source investment and innovation
Abby Kearns, Executive Director, Cloud Foundry Foundation sharing how cross-foundation collaboration is a win for open source
Dan Lyons, Fortune Columnist & Author of Disrupted: My Misadventure in the Start-Up Bubble discussing healthy tech cultures
Chris Rice, SVP, AT&T Labs & Domain 2.0 Design and Architecture, AT&T talking about the future of networking and orchestration
Bruce Schneier, Security Expert discussing Security and Privacy in a Hyper-connected World
Aparna Sinha, Product Management Lead, Kubernetes, Google Cloud Platform & Brian Grant, Principal Software Engineer, Google sharing how the Kubernetes community works
Linus Torvalds, Linux Foundation Fellow discussing the state and future of Linux
Simon Wardley, Researcher, Leading Edge Forum talking about the need for situational awareness in open source
Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, The Linux Foundation providing a state of the industry
The full lineup of sessions can be viewed here.
Members of the press who would like to request a press pass to attend should contact Dan Brown at email@example.com.
YouTube: The Linux Foundation Event Experience (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WUeelICQ2U)
Collaboration Summit 2015 Keynote Slideshow (https://www.linux.com/photos/collaboration-summit-2015-keynote-speakers)
About The Linux Foundation
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