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|This year at OSCON the world’s open source communities will gather once again to bring you training, news, insights, and best practices. You’ll hear from brilliant speakers and enjoy fantastic networking opportunities and extracurricular events. You’ll find:|
|When you look at the schedule, you’ll find carefully selected tutorials, sessions, keynotes, and speakers that address the issues and challenges you deal with constantly. But a few things have changed:|
|OSCON is the gathering place of today’s technology professionals. Mark your calendar now. And if you want to really impress your boss, register before February 25 and get the best price possible.|
OSCON will once again have a healthcare track this year. The event is in Portland, OR on July 25-29. The information on healthcare is below:
Below is a link to a nice article from Phillip Longman who was one of the featured speakers at OSCON 2010 last week. He also has a great book in its second edition Best Care Anywhere: Why VA Health Care Is Better Than Yours
IT in healthcare is at a turning point, and open source is driving change and collaboration across the industry. We cover the key projects, APIs, open standards and technological challenges in healthcare as it takes steps towards a radically different future.
OSCON focuses on the substance of technology, not the shadow, filtering the information that most merits attention and preparing participants for curves and challenges in the coming year and beyond. OSCON is the place to be inspired and challenged, renew bonds to community, make new connections, and find ways to give back to the open source movement. OSCON has also become one of the most important places to make open source related announcements, and to unveil projects and products.
Open source is a fundamental principle at the core of many established and emerging technologies, driving the future of the computer industry. OSCON explores the open source technologies that are here to stay, what will broaden the foundation, and what will lead the way to unexpected places and innovations.
OReilly Media invites you to lead conference sessions in open source healthcare technology at the OReilly Open Source Convention 2010. OSCON will be held July 19-23, 2010 in Portland, Oregon.
IT in healthcare is at a turning point, and open source is driving change and collaboration across the industry. We want to hear about the key projects, APIs, open standards and technological challenges in healthcare as it takes steps towards a radically different future.