Scheduled talks cover topics such as Logstash ( scalable log management and searching ), Sensu ( scalable monitoring framework ), CentOS Linux kernel tuning, high volume metrics collection, CentOS and Xen virtualization, ARM architecture servers and SSH.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Job Night @ Stammtisch! The Free Software Stammtisch is hosting a job night at this coming east valley event on Tuesday, 2012Oct16. The goal is to bring in engineers and managers from groups that are hiring in addition to job seekers and recruiters. For technical positions it's much better to talk directly to the team that is hiring.
SCaLE has once again accepted one of my talk proposals. This year they've tagged me to talk about Nginx.
I'm really looking forward to SCaLE 10x. It's a fun, informative conference. They also add something new every year. For instance, this year one of the new things is a youth-driven mini-conference. Along with the annual educational mini-conference, I think SCaLE's definitely a great resource for parents and educators. I certainly hope the kids enjoy the youth conference!
Note that SCaLE 10x is a litte earlier in the year than past SCaLE conferences as it's now in January.
SCaLE 10x: January 20-22, 2012 at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport Hotel.
The ABLEconf call for participation is open. We're looking for technology experts and business leaders to discuss how open technologies can help transform Arizona businesses.
This year we're allowing tutorials, panels, labs and hackfests in addition to presentations. Submit something interesting.
Early bird deadline is 2011Nov20.
Attend the free-admission, one-day business-oriented (think "free" as in "freedom") conference to get insight on leveraging FOSS tools to reduce IT costs while increasing flexibility.
Presentations on topics such as open source cars, cloud computing, Free Software for business, Free Software for education, business migrations to Open Source, hackerspaces and Free Software for maintaining translations.
Update: The Call for Presentations deadline was extended to Saturday, 2010Feb05, in order to take advantage of FUDcon being in town with lots of great potential speakers in the crowd.
ABLEconf has opened it's call for presentations. Proposals are due by January 22nd.
Want to tell others about how your business uses Free Software? Does Free Software save your business money or otherwise make it more capable? Working with Android, Maemo, OpenMoko, MeeGo or other Free Software mobile platforms? Are you using Free Software in government or education? Submit a proposal to let us know how.
ABLEconf is the brand new Free Software conference for Arizona. Our goal is to introduce Free Software such as GNU/Linux, Firefox, Thunderbird, the GIMP, Inkscape and OpenOffice.org to the general public. We'll also have geek stuff like programming and storage and toys and games :).
The schedule shows a variety of talks as well as continental breakfast.
There is no cost to attend ABLEconf and no need to pre-register.