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Day 4: Friday, June 24

Join us at the Eliot Center in Portland, OR (1226 SW Salmon St) for our last day of Open Source Bridge 2016. Our Friday schedule is entirely in unconference format. What does that mean? Join us at 9am in the Hacker Lounge for a kick-off session and collaborative scheduling. Each of you is welcome to […]

We’re Crowdfunding!

Open Source Bridge does amazing things with very little. Companies running conferences on this scale often need a budget of half a million dollars. We run Open Source Bridge on about twenty percent of that — less than $100K. This tight budget means that every year, we start from scratch on fundraising for the conference. […]

New Year’s Update 2015

Happy New Year! Here’s an update from Open Source Bridge about videos, registration, asking for your keynote suggestions, and more! Videos If you’ve been checking out our YouTube channel, you’ve seen more and more of our video recordings from previous years, including keynotes going back to 2009. We’ve now posted all the 2013 videos. We […]

OSB Volunteer Appreciation Party!

Volunteer Appreciation Party! Because you folks are awesome and we couldn’t do it without you. Friday, October 17th, 6-10pm. New Relic has been kind enough to host us at their offices on the 29th floor of the U.S. Bancorp Tower (Big Pink). The elevators will be unlocked at 6 for the 29th floor. We’ll have […]

Thursday Announcements, With Love

Good morning citizens! It’s Thursday and the conference is half over (or half still to come?). Today’s weather is expected to be around 66F and partly cloudy. We’ll have the doors open at 8am, with tea, coffee, and pastries from Sweetpea Baking Company. The opening keynote by Ashe Dryden begins at 9am in the Sanctuary. […]