Now in its 14th year, OSCON, O’Reilly’s annual open source conference, will once again come to Portland, OR on July 16-20, 2012 with 200+ speakers, 18 tracks, hundreds of technologies, and over 3,000 hackers in attendance. Join the world’s open source pioneers, builders, and innovators at the Oregon Convention Center for five intense days to learn about open development, challenge your assumptions, and fire up your brain.

You’ll find practical tutorials, inspirational keynotes, and a wealth of information on open source languages, platforms, and development. Plus, OSCON offers fabulous networking events, the best “hallway track” around, and an Expo Hall that’s both entertaining and worthwhile. OSCON is where the serious thinkers and doers—and their favorite technologies—converge. And when the day’s sessions are over, join people just like you for some serious fun. Register now and save 20% with code UBER

More information about OSCON in the complete article. See the keynote speakers here and the complete speaker list here.

Ariel Waldman interviewed about and OSCON 2011

Ariel Waldman is an open science strategist, interaction designer and the founder of, a directory of ways to participate in space exploration. She currently works at Institute For The Future, a non-profit founded by early internet pioneers and ARPANET researchers. Recently, she founded Science Hack Day SF, an event that brings together scientists, technologists, designers and people with good ideas to see what they can create in a weekend.

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