Source: Googlers on the road: CLS and OSCON 2018 from Open Source
Next week a veritable who’s who of free and open source software luminaries, maintainers and developers will gather to celebrate the 20th annual OSCON and the 20th anniversary of the Open Source Definition. Naturally, the Google Open Source and Google Cloud teams will be there too!
|Program chairs at OSCON 2017, left to right:
Rachel Roumeliotis, Kelsey Hightower, Scott Hanselman.
Photo used with permission from O’Reilly Media.
This year OSCON returns to Portland, Oregon and runs from July 16-19. As usual, it is preceded by the free-to-attend Community Leadership Summit on July 14-15.
If you’re curious about our outreach programs, our approach to open source, or any of the open source projects we’ve released, please find us! We’re eager to chat. You’ll find us and many other Googlers throughout the week on stage, in the expo hall, and at several special events that we’re running, including:
Here’s a rundown of the sessions we’re hosting this year:
Sunday, July 15th (Community Leadership Summit)
Monday, July 16th (Tutorials)
Tuesday, July 17th (Tutorials)
9:00am Istio Day opening remarks by Kelsey Hightower
9:00am TensorFlow Day opening remarks by Edd Wilder-James
9:05am Sailing to 1.0: Istio community update by April Nassi
9:05am The state of TensorFlow by Sandeep Gupta
9:30am Introduction to fairness in machine learning by Hallie Benjamin
9:55am Farm to table: A TensorFlow story by Gunhan Gulsoy
11:00am Hassle-free, scalable machine learning with Kubeflow by Barbara Fusinska
11:05am Istio: Zero-trust communication security for production services by Samrat Ray, Tao Li, and Mak Ahmad
12:00pm Project Magenta: Machine learning for music and art by Sherol Chen
1:35pm Istio à la carte by Daniel Ciruli
Wednesday, July 18th (Sessions)
9:00am Wednesday opening welcome by Kelsey Hightower
11:50am Machine learning for continuous integration by Joseph Gregorio
1:45pm Live-coding a beautiful, performant mobile app from scratch by Emily Fortuna and Matt Sullivan
2:35pm Powering TensorFlow with big data using Apache Beam, Flink, and Spark by Holden Karau
5:25pm Teaching the Next Generation to FLOSS by Josh Simmons
Thursday, July 19th (Sessions)
9:00am Thursday opening welcome by Kelsey Hightower
9:40am 20 years later, open source is as important as ever by Sarah Novotny
11:50am Google’s approach to distributed systems observability by Jaana B. Dogan
2:35pm gRPC versus REST: Let the battle begin with Alex Borysov
5:05pm Shenzhen Go: A visual Go environment for everybody, even professionals by Josh Deprez
We look forward to seeing you and the rest of the community there!
By Josh Simmons, Google Open Source