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Where’s Red Hat This September?
September 16, 2009
by Events Team
We want to thank all of the attendees who took part in this year’s co-located Red Hat Summit and JBoss World in Chicago! The event was a success and we hope all attendees enjoyed learning about the latest open source developments. The Summit and JBoss World might be over, but Red Hat is still in full motion in September. Check out where you can find us the rest of September around the world!
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For a full calendar of Fedora events, click here.
Fedora will have a booth at LinuxCon, Sept. 21-23 in Portland, Oregon. LinuxCon brings together the best and brightest that the Linux community has to offer, including core developers, administrators, end users, community managers and industry experts. Several Red Hat associates will be delivering sessions during the event, check out the session agenda here.
Visit the Fedora booth at Ohio Linux Fest, Sept. 25-26 in Columbus, Ohio. Created for the Free and Open Source software communities, this conference features talks by authoritative speakers, a large expo, tutorials and more.
Red Hat President & CEO, Jim Whitehurst, will deliver a talk on September 29 at 6:00 p.m. ET at NC State University’s College of Computer Science. Whitehurst will share his vision of how the open source model is meeting the IT demands of today and providing a means for developing and solving problems faster, better and at a lower cost. Located in Room 1231 at EBII on NC State’s Centennial Campus, this talk is free to attend and open to the public. Please click here for more information.
For more information on North American events, click here.
Fedora will have a booth at OpenExpo 2009, Sept. 23-24 in Winterthur, Switzerland. OpenExpo 2009 offers direct contact with the people behind the world’s best free projects, along with informative lectures and hands-on demonstrations. For more information, click here.
For information on Red Hat EMEA events, click here.
For information on Red Hat’s APAC events, click here.
For information on Red Hat’s events in Latin America, click here.
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