I was just recently informed that my talk was accepted at the Midwest Open Source Software Conference (MOSSCon). w00t!
MOSSCon will be held at the University of Louisville, in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, on May 18-19, 2013. It’s being organized by people from the Kentucky Open Source Society (KYOSS) and other open source / maker-oriented groups in Louisville and Ohio.
My talk will be about the open source software work that I do at Cisco:
- Open MPI
- USNIC (Cisco’s upcoming ultra-low latency Linux Ethernet network stack)
- Hardware locality (hwloc)
I’ll also talk about Open Source in general at Cisco, why we do it, how we do it, etc.
If there’s any chance that you’ll be in or around Louisville, KY in mid-May, you should attend!