OSCON keynote stage
OSCON keynote stage (source: O'Reilly).

People from across the open source community came together for OSCON in Austin 2016. Below you'll find links to full keynote presentations from the event.

Keynote performance by Sammus

Rapper, singer, producer, and songwriter Sammus performs at OSCON in Austin 2016.

Incremental revolution: What Docker learned from the open source fire hose

Solomon Hykes explores the container ecosystem and shares lessons learned from managing successful open source projects.

Computer science artists unite! An open source retrospective to glimpse our future

Angel Diaz looks at open source projects that exemplify the concepts we’ll all need to accelerate innovation and success.

How did I "git" here? A tale of a CS professor

Kyla McMullen tells the story of how she went from taking apart NES systems and Speak & Spells as a child to earning a PhD and becoming a professor focusing on 3D spatial audio.

Huawei’s open source journey

Sanqi Li shares Huawei’s open source stories, including new developer and lab partnership programs.

The case for a unified and interoperable open cloud ecosystem

Sam Ramji explains why a platform should come with the expectation of an open and transparent approach.

The unreasonable effectiveness of open data, open source, and open science

Joseph Sirosh shares stories about the unreasonable effectiveness of open.

Open, closed, and demon haunted: An Internet of Things that act like inkjet printers

As the Internet of Things expands to include computers in our bodies and computers we put our bodies into, the question of open and closed takes on a new urgency.

Hiring awesome engineers: Looking beyond the Valley and the USA

Erica Brescia explains how a bootcamp experiment has turned into a successful hiring channel for Bitnami.

Sustainability in open source

Collaborative development creates and innovates at speed and scale. How will we ensure that the open source communities that created these opportunities continue to grow?

Closing the loop: Open source community projects are changing health care

What happens when an open source community develops around a group of patients who are frustrated with their medical devices? You end up with an artificial pancreas, of course.

Crossing the river by feeling the stones

Simon Wardley examines the issue of situational awareness and explains how it applies to the world of open source.

2016 O'Reilly Open Source Awards

The O’Reilly Open Source Awards recognize individual contributors who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, creativity, and collaboration in the development of open source software.

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