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Bridge speakers at OSCON

We love our speakers. And want to promote their other talking engagements. If you’re attending OSCON this week, be sure to check out the scheduled sessions of these knowledgeable speakers: J Chris Anderson: Synchronization is the Future of Mobile Data Ian Dees: Planned Obsolescence: Built to Last, or Build One to Throw Away? Sherri Montgomery (with […]

2013 Speakers List is Here

We are thrilled to announce the session lineup for this year’s Open Source Bridge conference! These presentations will be given as part of our 4-day event June 18th through the 21st in Portland, Oregon. We received hundreds of excellent proposals, community comments, and other feedback, and our diverse selection committee was very busy carefully reviewing […]

Announcing Our Third Keynote Ashe Dryden

At Open Source Bridge, we strive to let up-and-comers in the tech industry share their voice. We’re excited to announce Ashe Dryden as our third keynote speaker. This will be her first time keynoting a conference, and we’re sure it won’t be her last. Ashe is an indie developer living in Madison, WI. She’s been involved […]

Introducing Keynote James Vasile

James Vasile will keynote Tuesday, June 18 at Open Source Bridge. We’re excited to hear about all his projects and the work he’s doing with the Software Freedom Law Center. James of Hacker Visions directs the Open Internet Tools Project, which supports development of anti-censorship and anti-surveillance tools. He is a partner at Open Tech Strategies, which advises organizations and businesses […]

Introducing Keynote “Skud” of Infotrope

We’re pleased to announce our first keynote of 2013’s conference, Alex “Skud” Bayley of Infotrope! Skud is a social justice activist, software developer, and advocate for open technology and culture beyond the “open source” world. She has worked in the technology industry for 2 decades, in the Internet/dotcom/web development field, and in open source software, most closely with […]