Hong Kong Open Source Conference 2018

Hong Kong Open Source Conference 2018 (HKOSCon) will be hosted at Hong Kong Science Park, Shatin in June 16-17. Open Source, Blockchain, Programming, Database, Life & Hack, Mozilla are topic areas.

Lineup of first 8 speakers at Hong Kong Open Source Conference 2018:

  1. Vaishali Thakkar (GCC plugins and the Linux Kernel) from India
  2. David Ng (Deploy a serverless chat bot quick with Skygear) (Cantonese) from Hong Kong
  3. Robert “Bob” Reyes (Mixed Reality for the Web) from Philippines
  4. Robert Milan Porsch (Disruption to the System: How Open Data is changing Genomic Research) from Hong Kong
  5. Ben Lau (Using Web Software Architecture in Traditional Desktop App Development – How Flux/Redux was ported to Qt/QML) from Hong Kong
  6. Ross Parker (Refactoring Gibbon) from Hong Kong
  7. Rabimba Karanjai (State of WebXR: What do you need to know today for building Web Mixed Reality Applications) from United States
  8. Chetankumar Khatri (Scaling TB’s of data with Apache Spark and Scala DSL at Production) from India

HKOSCon 2018 Schedule: http://bit.ly/2GlrtpP
Free Registration and Donation to HKOSCon 2018: http://hkoscon2018.eventbrite.com
HKOSCon 2018 Website: https://hkoscon.org/2018/

Sammy Fung

Mr Sammy Fung is President and Founder of Open Source Hong Kong. He establish online community of Open Source Hong Kong in 2006, and its activities in 2010. Sammy starts his contributions in open source community in 1997, he is co-founder and founding chairman of Hong Kong Linux User Group. In 2011, Sammy also participates in open source community across Asia, he joins GNOME Asia committee in 2012, and becomes first Mozilla representative for Hong Kong in 2013. Sammy is a Python developer, open source contributer, and tech writier. He is experienced in Data Science, Django, Scrapy. GitHub / Twitter: @sammyfung Affiliates: - GNOME Asia: Committee Member. - GNOME Foundation: Member. - Mozilla: Mozilla Represenative. - Hong Kong Python User Group (HKPUG): Organiser. - Python Software Foundation: Member.

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