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Open source near the great barrier reef

in CNS1, Community, Company, Entrepreneurship, Event, Eclipse, Linux, OSGeo

Event Description

This is our inaugural event in Cairns, Queensland, Australia. This 1 day event will present talks will present talks in the areas of application development, geospatial technologies, and database technology. More details will be announced soon.

Event Date: 
Wednesday, October 27, 2010


Cairns, QLD
06 Apr

The huge potential of cross-community collaboration

in Community, Entrepreneurship, Programming, Asterisk, Eclipse, Mozilla

I saw a post describing an interesting idea today. This is an idea I've thought about many times myself and tried to nurture and encourage here with FOSSLC in terms of having events with multiple communities represented, hosting videos and content related to multiple communities, and more. That idea is cross-community collaboration. The potential here is enormous - specialization and trade - open source style.

[German] Java Application Server

in Community, Database, Education, ERF5, Event, Programming, Ingres, Java, Eclipse, Web Programming

FOSSLC e.V. freut sich in Zusammenarbeit mit der Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V. Vertreter der großen Java Application Server in Ilmenau begrüßen zu dürfen. Vorträge über Apache Geronimo, JBoss AS, WebLogic und WebSphere versprechen einen spannenden Nachmittag mit Einblicken in die Technik der Application Server und JEE.

Event Date: 
Wednesday, April 14, 2010


Technische Universität Ilmenau Ilmenau
50° 41' 4.2396" N, 10° 55' 3.36" E
24 Feb

What's going on with open source job opportunities?

in Drupal, Education, Job, Java, Python, Ruby, Code repositories, Databases, Eclipse, Linux

About this time last year, I made time to sit down and blog about trends I was seeing in the job market pertaining to open source skills. This is an update after 1 year. What are the trends in the job industry pertaining to open source? Evidence indicates there are good jobs out there if you know where to look.