Open Source Love at FOSDEM 2019
中文版 – It’s that time of the year again, and thousands of open source enthusiasts will be traveling to Brussels, Belgium to attend FOSDEM to soak up as much as they can in 700 sessions covering hundreds of open source projects, across the span of two days at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Solbosch Campus. For those of you who aren’t aware of this wonderful event, FOSDEM is an open source conference for the software developer community that’s entirely free to attend.
Not only is AWS sponsoring in 2019, a variety of Amazonians will be attending, speaking and participating in FOSDEM this year:
Saturday, February 2
- FreeRTOS on RISC-V, Running the FreeRTOS kernel in RISC-V emulators and RISC-V hardware, Richard Barry, 14:45-15:15, Room: AW1.126
- rust-vmm shared virtualization crates, Andreea Florescu, 18:00-18:30, Room: H.2213
Sunday, February 3
- Love What You Do, Every Day!, Zaheda Bhorat, 9:00-9:50, Room: K.1.105 (La Fontaine)
- Streaming Pipelines for Neural Machine Translation, Suneel Marthi and Jörn Kottmann, 15:30-15:55, Room: UA2.118 (Henriot)
It will be a full two days, and we hope the forecast is accurate and the rain stays at bay! We’re looking forward to seeing old friends, making new connections, and learning from one another. See you in Brussels!