The Collider Crew have designed a ‘Tech for Noobs’ lunchtime series to give you the down-low on different types of tech with a focus on practical!
This event series is part of TechWeek 2018 and supported by the good folks at WREDA.
Open Source Software
Open source software is software with source code that anyone can inspect, modify, and enhance. While some may associate this with free stuff, others (including lots of corporate giants) see a range of benefits including flexibility, reduced maintenance and development costs, and attracting higher quality development talent. We asked Nate McCall, an Apache Software Foundation Member and Vice President to come tell us more.
This workshop will cover:
What is “the open source way”?
What is open source software?
How is it different to other software?
What are the benefits of using open source software?
What are the benefits of adopting open source methodologies in your business?
Who should attend?
Anyone who wants to know more about open source software.
Why should you attend?
Get the low down on open source software from an industry pro. And make some new friends.
12.00-12.20 - arrive at BizDojo Market Lane, grab some lunch snacks, make some friends
12.20-12.50 - presentation from Nate McCall followed by audience Q&A
12.50-1.00 - more chats with your new friends, then back to work!
Workshop facilitator: Nate McCall, co-founder & CTO, The Last Pickle
Nate McCall has over 19 years of server side systems and software development experience. He is a Vice President at the Apache Software Foundation, where he is a committer on several projects and the current PMC Chair for Apache Cassandra.
Nate is the CTO of The Last Pickle, a Wellington-based big data consultancy. He is a frequent speaker at meetups and conferences including Oracle’s JavaOne, Apache’s ApacheCon and O’Reilly’s Strata and OSCON.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS WORKSHOP IS AT OUR NEW MARKET LANE SITE
Collider is your opportunity to converge with Wellington's innovation, tech and creative scene. Whether you're connecting to an event in our programme or you're collaborating with a human in the tech hub, Collider aims to help you and your business grow. Collider is a Wellington City Council initiative, delivered by BizDojo.