Anyone interested in open source development with the means to attend should check out Portland on July 25 to July 29, where O'Reily Media's annual open-source convention will be held. This year, there will be 17 Googlers hosting sessions, with a variety of subject matter ranging from AppEngine development to programming Android apps with App Inventor. Besides the popular development breakout sessions, Chris DiBona will be hosting two "Ask Google Engineers Anything" sessions on the 28th, one in the morning and one in the evening.
The conference is being held at the Oregon Convention Center, and be sure to check out the source links for the full listing of sessions and more information about OSCON.
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