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Event season is upon us! What events are you attending or organizing? Or did you decide to volunteer at an event this time around?
And this week, our blogger Bruce Byfield is attending Open Web Vancouver, where Angie Byron will be among the many interesting speakers. If you'd like to save some $$ off registration to this event, the first 10 people to register with the code LinuxProMag get a 25% discount.
Wait for it... There's even more this weekend! Writing Open Source is being held in Owen Sound. And really, who doesn't love good documentation?
Next week, I'll be attending Open Source Bridge in Portland. This affordable event is jam-packed with a variety of sessions, and be sure to swing by the Linux Pro table and pick up a copy of the magazine.
Check out our event calendar for other upcoming events, and hopefully we'll see you in person soon!
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