This time, the conference is going to witness more than 70 speakers who will be presenting around 150 hours of content for straight 3 days in front of 3000+ open source enthusiasts, developers, IT managers, technologists and evangelists. At the same time, we have also announced the opening keynote address that will be presented by by Gianugo Rabellino, Microsoft on “Microsoft, Open Source, And Interoperability - What's Ahead!"
The conference will include daily keynote addresses, technical and business sessions, workshops/ tutorial and other learning activities. Apart from wide range of sessions, attendees will get hands-on workshops on PHP, Linux and Database from different industry experts as part of the conference. Plus, every day (for 3 consecutive days) every session will treat everything from open source, database, Php, Kernel and much more. All the details on keynotes session, speakers, sessions and workshops/ tutorials can be found here http://2011.osidays.com/
The speaker sessions will run 30-45 minutes, and there will be multiple sessions parallelly running in different tracks. At the venue, all the attendees can find schedule details at the registration stall and for more convenience calendars will also be placed all over place at the conference.
We will proceed live stream on Twitter and Facebook for the conference. This will help everyone stay updated about the discussions and sessions happening at the conference as well as help them explore participants not just around any particular sessions, but the overall population in general.
This year, as OSI Days, 2011 has been segmented in different sections to provide attendees and knowledge seekers with better access to content of their interest and interact with likeminded professionals as well as create better networking opportunities for them. And, knowledge seekers and attendees have responded well by registering themselves at the conference.
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About OSI Days
Open Source India (formerly LinuxAsia) started in 2003, with the mission to accelerate the growth of adoption of Open Source in Asia. Till date, the overall mission of Open Source India remains the same. A key attribute of Open Source India is that it tries to bridge the gap between the 'community' and the 'industry'.
OSI Days is organized by the 'Forum for Open Source Initiative in India' (FOSII), in association with LINUX For You magazine, and powered by the EFY Group of publications.
OSSCube has been a co-organizing partner since 2010 with Forum for Open Source Initiatives in India (FOSII) and the Electronics For You (EFY) Group to organize OSI Days. OSSCube is responsible for all the technical aspects of conference right from developing and managing official website, creating tracks, sessions and workshops. http://www.osscube.com/