The Australasian Open Source Developers Conference is a celebration and exploration of open source technology in the Asia Pacific region. Now in its 10th year, this is the first time the conference has crossed the ditch to be held in New Zealand.
Over three days in Auckland's Langham Hotel, the conference will cover everything from development best practices to the latest open source tools for businesses.
The call for presentations closes today, but the event's organisers are keeping the door open for any late entries. Topics for the sessions can be on anything, including but not limited to top-level open source deployments or pet projects.
Earlybird registrations are open until 31 July.
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