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Where To Stay? A Guide for Out-Of-Towners

So you’ve decided to come to Open Source Bridge in Portland, Oregon this June 21 – 24, but you’re coming from out of town, don’t know the area all that well, and need a place to stay? Don’t worry, we have some options for you near our Eliot Center conference venue. We put together a […]

Portland Art Museum Shows Off for Bridge Participants!

The Portland Art Museum’s Mark Building is this year’s Open Source Bridge conference venue. Our partnership with the Museum means more than just an inspiring backdrop for open source awesomeness. The PAM is offering special deals for Bridge participants during and all throughout the month of June. During the conference, your Open Source Bridge badge gives you […]

Stay an extra day for the Portland Summer Coders Social

_The Portland Coders Socials are a regular events that—much in the spirit of Open Source Bridge—work to gather a variety of coders and those who appreciate them together to hang out, chat, and maybe even get outside. Now, it’s time for the Summer Coders Social, sponsored by Stephouse. Summer Coders Social is the outdoor, sunny, […]

Getting to Portland early? Hit Dorkbot PDX to geek out with electricity

Here in Portland, we love all kinds of geekery. And one of our favorite hardware-based geeking events is Dorkbot PDX: We are a community of creative types who enjoy experimenting, finding art in technology and pushing the limits of whatever is in front of us. We meet on an regular, informal basis every other week, […]

Open Source Bridge on Strange Love Live

Open Source Bridge co-founders, Selena Deckelmann and Audrey Eschright, appeared on Portland’s leading tech podcast, Strange Love Live, last week. In the interview, Selena and Audrey highlight some of the thinking behind the conference, provide some insight into the unconference portion of Open Source Bridge, and talk about the hacker lounge. Among other things. On […]