Fosdem developer conference 2010 in Brussels


Article from Issue 114/2010

A friendly atmosphere during a geek interpretation of square dance; a free exchange of technical ideas; praise from veterans: Fosdem, the volunteer-organized conference in the heart of Europe, has many faces.

The organizers of the Fosdem conference that took place February 6 and 7 at the Free University of Brussels didn’t need to worry about authenticity. On day 1, they simply started things off with the Fosdem Dance, as they have on many previous occasions.

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