Open Source software (OS) has been a long time coming. It is easily more than half a century. The chances are that it is old enough to be your dad. Despite its age, it is growing and evolving in leaps and bounds at every turn. According to a global survey*, most companies (77%) currently use OS. The number one reason is innovation, placing the cost in second place.
We argue that you can't code, evolve your product or even live your (professional) life without some OS. It turns the Internet's virtual wheels and keeps changing our (tech) world.
Join us for an evening of different perspective on Open Source.
First talk TBA
Second talk by Johan Haleby
Trials and Tribulation of Open Source
In this talk, we're going to explore why I've founded, and still maintain, quite a lot of open-source projects. What drives one to spend a lot of spare time to make free software for others to use? We're also going to look into some of the not-so-glamours sides of open-source such as (open-source) fatigue, snarky user comments, a bad conscience for not having enough time, boring documentation, and other non-technical things that are required to get an open-source project flying.
Third talk by Aleksandra Magdziarek
In Open Source Security
In this presentation, we will go over some of the findings from the 2022 report on the State of Open Source Security and discuss best practice for keeping code secure.
Fourth talk by Abid Husnain
The Software Engineer
Living the life of an open-source developer often depends on your passion. However, you make your living off the code you produce from 9 to 5, but it might not involve your heart. Is it possible to combine the two - hack open source in a corporate setting and get paid for it? Come and hear how Abid Husein managed this trick with his colleagues and customers.
Goto 10 är en arena där individer och organisationer kan dela kunskap, idéer och perspektiv. Detta event speglar arrangörens åsikter och delas inte nödvändigtvis av oss på Goto 10 och Internetstiftelsen. På Goto 10 får idéer och kunskap testas, diskuteras och utvecklas så länge de följer våra riktlinjer.