It's not Gotham, but the bats reliably come out in Austin. Also in full force this year are experts in cloud, security, containers, open data and more.
We’re excited to catch up with the community!
Here’s where to find us in person.
- Discovering Toolchains Victor Rodriguez, Software Engineer
- Computer Vision to Secure Your Surroundings with AI/ML Solution Built Using Open Source Tools
Samantha Coyle, Software Engineer ¦ Neethu Elizabeth Simon, Senior Software Engineer
- Keynote: The Future of Open Source is Trust
Arun Gupta, Vice President & General Manager, Open Ecosystem Initiatives
- Application AutoScaling Through Elastic Kubernetes POD
Cathy Zhang, Senior Principal Engineer ¦ Theresa Shan, Senior Software Engineer
- Lessons Learned Creating A Robust, Hardened, Kernel Driver for A Hardware Device
Fiona Trahe, Senior Software Engineer ¦ Adam Guerin, Device Driver Engineer
- Securing Open Source Software - End-to-End, at Massive Scale, Together
Christopher R Robinson, Ambassador of Intel Product Assurance and Security ¦ Anne Bertucio, Senior Program Manager, Google
- Converting an Old-school Textile Inspection Machine into a Smart System Using AI/ML
Neethu Elizabeth Simon, Senior Software Engineer ¦ Scott Thomas, Solutions Architect
Come talk to us at booth P2 for swag and demos showing:
Intel optimized code for your workflows. With code you can use, Intel Optimizations for popular open source projects like WordPress, NGINX, TensorFlow, PyTorch and HAProxy are conveniently packaged by Bitnami for use in your workflows, and GPU and XPU path tracing rendering, featuring Embree and Open Image denoise from the Intel(r) OneAPI Rendering toolkit, providing real time feedback as you create.
Intel is investing in key open source technologies. Intel reaffirms its commitment to open source, with recent hiring of open source software teams, such as Linutronix, Codeplay, and the Open Networking Foundation engineers. The ONF team will be showing how Project Pronto, based on Aether, can provide a network for autonomous drones, showing resiliency in the face of Denial-of-Service attacks.
Follow us on Twitter for updates. If you miss anything, we’ll post recordings of the talks so stay tuned!
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