fOSSa Conference 2010

Date: Nov 08, 2010 - Nov 10, 2010

Location: Grenoble, France

Also this year Engineering Group contributes to the organization of fOSSa Conference, the conference aiming at reaffirming the underlying values of open source software, in the Research & Innovation and development domains. The second edition of the event faces various topics concerning education, public sector, development, community support, with a particular focus on research activities.

Engineering Group will contribute its expertise in all these thematic fields and, in particular, in the education one.
In details, as for the workshop session:

  • 9th November: Davide Dalle Carbonare, Spago4Q Architect and QualiPSo project representative, gives a speech entitled "Quality monitoring in OSS Projects" within the morning session. Download the presentation, also on SlideShare. Moreover, he gives a speech entitled "OSS Agile project management tools framework" within the afternoon session. Download the presentation, also on SlideShare
  • 10th November: Andrea Gioia, SpagoBI Architect and GeoBI Initiative leader, gives a speech entitled "The open source location intelligence ecosystem". Download the presentation, also on SlideShare

Moreover, during the second day of the conference, which is focused on education, Gabriele Ruffatti, Founder of SpagoWorld initiative and Architectures & Consulting Director, Research & Innovation Division, Engineering Group, chairs a Panel.

The GeoBI initiative is present at the Community Village with Andrea Gioia as well. There Davide Dalle Carbonare will be pleased to provide you with any information on SpagoWorld initiative, Spago4Q project and the Agile Project Management.

Some photos of the event are available in the Photogallery.

Read the Press Release on Engineering Group's participation at fOSSa Conference
Read the Press Release on GeoBI community meeting at the Community Village of fOSSa Conference

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