Chris has just posted about the final set of presentations for FSOSS 2009, happening next Friday October 30. This year, after more years of running or working on FSOSS than I can remember, I'm going to finally get to attend and participate as a speaker. Taras and I will be wowing the crowd with talk of static analysis tools, dehydra, and dxr. In addition to us, there are other great Mozilla-related talks going on, including:
- Cathy Leung on 3D in the browser and C3DL
- Al MacDonald on Processing.js
- Benjamin Smedberg on different communication styles in open source
Be sure to check out the entire list. There's also the Teaching Open Source Summit on Thursday October 29th. In fact, the entire week has got a bunch of open source events happening around the city, so much so that the Mayor has proclaimed next week as Toronto Open Source Week!
I'm looking forward to seeing lots of friends and colleagues as they travel to Toronto, and hopefully you'll be there too. Register online here.