Friday, October 11, 2013

All Things Open Conference Brings The Open Source Community To Raleigh

Event to feature most well known experts and companies in the world

Raleigh, NC, October 8, 2013 - Join the world's top developers, technologists and decision makers on October 23-24 in Raleigh, NC for the first All Things Open conference. Two days of keynotes, talks, tutorials and networking opportunities will be presented on the most important topics in open source and the open web in the enterprise.

With more than 80% of enterprises now consuming open source and the open approach/methodology fundamentally changing code, coding and things like hardware, the time has never been better to bring together today’s leading experts around the topic. 

Some of the best and most well known speakers in the open source/tech/web industries will attend and speak.  Wednesday, October 23 will feature keynotes and talks by Andy Hunt, co-founder of The Pragmatic Bookshelf and well known author and technologist; Scott Chacon, co-founder and CIO of GitHub; Whurley, co-founder and GM of Chaotic Moon Labs; Lee Congdon, CIO of Red Hat; and Bob Geolas, President & CEO of the RTP Foundation.  Thursday, October 24 will feature Chris DiBona, Open Source Manager at Google; Mark Atwood, Director of Open Source at HP; Jessica McKellar, Director of the Python Foundation; Hampton Catlin, creator of SASS and HAML; Trek Glowacki, Ember.js Core Team Member and Groupon UI Engineer; Mike Milinkovich, Eclipse Foundation President; and many, many others.

“We have more than 500 registered for the conference,” said conference organizer, Todd Lewis. “We are extremely please with the outpouring of support from the Raleigh and Research Triangle communities. Obviously, open source plays a huge role in many companies in the area and we’re happy to be able to offer such a great array of top notch speakers and technologies.”

Some of the most relevant and in demand technologies will be discussed. Whether you're a developer, programmer, scientist, data or system administrator, CIO, CTO, IT manager, or just someone interested in what's coming next you'll find sessions for you. For a full schedule, visit

The conference will take place at the Raleigh Convention Center in downtown Raleigh, NC.  To register, go to

Conference Sponsors include:
Adobe, Red Hat,, Shadow-Soft, GitHub, Cloudera, Hire Networks, HP, IBM, Bronto Software, Caktus Group, App Dynamics, Open Software Integrators, SIOS, OrangeFS, OpenNMS, and EnvisionIP.

Media Partners include:, Research Triangle Park Foundation, ZDNet, Slade Development, Slashdot, SourceForge, Linux Journal, Pragmatic Bookshelf, HPC Wire, FOSS FORCE, and the NC Technology Association.
For more information:  Todd Lewis (, 803-240-1213)

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