All Things Open 2019, Raleigh, NC, United States, 13 - 15 Oct 2019

All Things Open 2019

All Things Open is the largest open technology event on the East Coast

All Things Open is a polyglot technology conference focusing on the tools, processes and people making open source possible. Target audience includes designers, developers, decision makers, entrepreneurs and technologists of all types and skill levels. Stay current by signing up below.

More than 240 sessions across 20+ tracks will be featured.

A review from a three-years-in-a-row attendee of the All Things Open 2018 conference. On tracks, speakers, and takeaways: https://www.simplethread.com/all-things-open-2018/

Quote:
"If I’ve learned anything in my three years attending, this conference is all about deepening knowledge as much as it is about cross-training.

As someone who jumped across DevOps, UX, Machine Learning, Community Building, Business and Case Study tracks just to name a few. This conference is entirely what you make of it. If one hears “Kubernetes” or “Time Series Databases” or “Design System” or “Open Source Program Office” too often, then a 20 track conference is begging you to mix it up."

The 2019 edition of the All Things Open conference is happening now:




The slides to Tania Allard’s talk “Good code documents itself and other lies: changing work culture through documentation”, and the talk itself were noted by many.



The link to the slides is in Tania’s tweet.

Keynotes:
Tracy Lee: Does Tech Really Have a Pipeline Problem? Exploring Diversity & Inclusion
Emma Wedekind: Building High Performance Teams Across Cultures
Erica Stanley: Machine Learning For All




Some observations from attendees: