Contributed by Adam Kaplan, Red Hat
The program for cdCon Japan—set to take place on December 4 in Tokyo—is ready!
cdCon Japan will be a conference of many firsts—the first cdCon in the country as well as my first conference as Program Chair. I was excited and honored to be nominated as chair, and was fortunate to find an incredibly diverse group of volunteers to serve on the program committee.
Every single proposal was reviewed and rated by each PC member. We then discussed our ratings during several meetings to determine what the best program would be based on the submitted proposals. Our network packets spanned nearly every continent, and at times it felt like we were breaking the Internet, but we ended up with a great set of talks to bring to Tokyo this December.
Thank you to my fellow Program Committee Members: Sreenivas, Masahiko, Chandani, Sarah, and Rasheed for your insights and thoughtful discussion.
We received over forty proposals, but could only accept so many to fit in our one-day event. Congratulations to the following speakers!
Note: the schedule is subject to change. For the most up to date version, click here.
cdCon Japan is co-located with Open Source Summit Japan, taking place December 5-6. To attend cdCon, register for Open Source Summit Japan and add cdCon as a $5 add-on.
⚠️ Register by October 24 to benefit from the early-bird price.
Already Registered for Open Source Summit Japan?Then, great news! You simply have to modify your registration to add cdCon.