All Things Open – Conference On Open Source Ideas
What is the All Things Open Conference?
The All Things Open Conference is a 2 day conference event located in the heart of the triangle. Taking place at the Raleigh conventions center for it’s yearly agenda, the ATO conference is centered around one thing and one thing only, open source technology. If you were wondering, well I have to work those days so how could I possibly go? Here is a PDF produced by ATO to give to your boss on why you should attend the ATO conference this year in Downtown Raleigh.
*Update: September 12th, 2016*
All Things Open was kind enough to provide us with discount codes good for 20% your purchase of tickets to the October Conference In Raleigh, NC.
Please use Bib20 in checkout to receive the discount
Thanks again to Todd and the rest of the team at All Thing Open!
Last Update: September 12th, 2016
Originally Published: August 29th, 2016
Why Should You Attend?
If you’re like us here at OCT, you love open source technology. As a linux user, Bitcoin enthusiast and Raspberry Pi addict we know our way around open source products and services. So when I say you won’t want to miss the ATO conference this year, be sure to attend. This year’s lineup of speakers and featured content is something I have been looking forward to for months now. It has something for everyone
Types Of Content?
- Big Data
- Front/Back end programming
- IoT Hardware
- Much more….view the full lineup here.
How Much Does It Cost?
In comparative terms for conferences on the same scale, ATO is rather affordable. The pricing schedule follows.
August 20 – October 3 – $129/single $199 both
October 4 – October 18 – $179/single $249 both
October 19 – October 27 – $229/single $299 both
Why Am I going?
I am going to the ATO conference again this year because I genuinely support open source ideals and technologies. I have always been drawn to the notion of open source and I have built my life around those same ideals. We value the movement that open source has caused in the technology world and we actively contribute in any way we can. If you’re anything like us here at OCT and want to support the open source movement, I’ll be in the front row live tweeting, come say hi.