MSC Malaysia Open Source Convention 2009
“How Open Source Software & the community can creatively help survive the impact of economic crisis.”
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Joint MSC Malaysia OSSCON Group
Host : MDEC & OSDC & Community
MSC Malaysia : http://www.mscmalaysia.my/
Start: 31hb Mei 2009 pukul 9.00 pagi
End: 03hb Jun 2009 pukul 12.00 pagi
Location: Berjaya Times Square Hotel & Convention Center
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Come join over 600 open source developers, gurus, experts, and users in the first ever MSC Malaysia Open Source Convention in to be held from the 31st May to 3rd of June, 2009 in Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, congregating open source enthusiasts from not just Malaysia, but from other parts of the world.
MSC OSCON is heralded as the platform for "gathering of tribes" of open source communities, as well as businesses, developers and its’ communities share and show off their thoughts, experiences, ideas and projects. As the meat of the convention is its presentations and discussions, we have allocated 60 speaking slots opportunities. Drawing on a huge community of local, regional and international experts we will discuss some of the most current and poignant topics in the industry today.
MSC OSCON presents a comprehensive agenda, combining content from across the broad spectrum in open source. It is a unique event which collects together a global community into a single location for an intensive week of activity. MSC OSCON provides a great opportunity to take part in a very special event, where ideas mix together with language to create a network of collaboration and creativity.
This convention will include tutorials that go deep into the technology behind open source such as Perl, PHP, Programming, Python, Ruby, Security, Web Applications and much more. This convention will also feature some of the world's foremost thinkers in high technology, intellectual property and knowledge creation, discussing the legal, moral, political, social, commercial, and technical issues of open source and free software.