IBM Keynote Speech: 12:30 - 1:15 PM on Wednesday October 30.
Jim Carrigan, US Linux Sales Executive, will provide a keynote
presentation for the conference. Jim will highlight the growth of
Linux, how customers are using Linux today, how IBM internally is
using Linux (over 1000 servers!), and where we see Linux going in
the future, including grid computing.
Note: Entrance to the IBM Keynote Speech will require a Conference Badge.
Mozilla Keynote Speech: 12:30 - 1:30 PM on Thursday October 31.
Speaker: Scott Collins, the Mozilla Project
Title: "The Next Age of Open Source"
Summary: How Open Source development has matured in the past few years,
and what we can expect in the future.
Scott's Bio: Scott Collins has been a participant and contributor on the
Mozilla project since its inception. Some of his initial contributions
to the project were chronicled in the PBS documentary "Code Rush" as
Netscape undertook efforts to put its browser code into the public
domain. He remains a principal engineer on Mozilla and lead evangelist
of the "Mozilla University" effort that is underway to promote the use,
understanding, research and development of Mozilla technologies in a
variety of educational settings.
Note: Entrance to the Mozilla Keynote Speech will require a
Conference or Exhibition Badge.