Oscon

The O'Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON) is an annual convention for the discussion of free and open source software. It is organized by the publisher O'Reilly Media and is held each summer in the United States.
Posts about Oscon
  • Facebook’s 2014 Open-Source Highlights

    … 2014 was a big year for open-sourcing at Facebook, and the social network presented its highlights in that sector for the year in the form of a 12 Days of Open Source blog post by head of open-source projects James Pearce. Pearce highlighted: React won a photo-finish over HHVM to become the first Facebook flagship open-source project to reach…

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  • 9.9M Lines Of Code On The Wall … Open-Source Update From Facebook

    … million lines of code. And Pearce said Facebook's open-source projects have been forked 20,000 times and boast a total of 95,000 followers. Many of our open-source engineering teams are out and about in the coming months. We will be out in force at next month's OSCON, and we hope to see you there for sessions on Hack & HHVM, the architecture…

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