The Linux Foundation Announces More LinuxCon 2010 Keynotes

Jun 21, 2010

MeeGo, Oracle and more.

The Linux Foundation today announced the addition of new sessions and keynotes for LinuxCon 2010. The announcement finalizes the list of speakers and professional session planned for the conference, which will take place in Boston August 10-12.



In the newly added sessions, Red Hat's Matthew Garret will discuss what he's learned from recent Android/Kernel community talks. MySQL author Monty Widenius will discuss why he forked with MariaDB. Canonical's Matt Asay will comment on the success of the Linux desktop. Hank Janssen of Microsoft will explain the physics behind the Hyper-V drivers built for Linux.



In addition to these sessions, Intel and Nokia will present a joint keynote on MeeGo. Oracle Senior Vice President Wim Coekaerts will talk about Linux's role at Oracle. Novell's Markus Rex will present the speech, "Empowering the Imagination for Tomorrow's Linux Workloads." Finally, the president of Quallcomm Innovation Center, Inc. will talk about the challenges of open source in the mobile market with his piece, "Mobile Linux: Adapting Practices, Driving innovation, Collaboration, and Scalability."



The Linux Foundation has championed embedded devices as the open source operating system's future. Embedded Linux is discussed seven times over various sessions and keynotes at Linuxfest 2010. For more information and registration, click here.

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