The schedule for 2015 is out!

We're proud to announce the schedule of talks and workshops at 2015. It was a tough job to pick the best talks from nearly 300 submissions. This year's schedule is busier than ever, featuring 154 talks and workshops. The range of topics is also very wide: Kernel, JBoss, Networking, OpenShift, OpenStack, Security, Storage, Software Quality, System Management, Virtualization, Desktop, Containers, Databases, Hardware, Documentation, 3D Printing. The schedule has expanded from 6 tracks (3 talk tracks and 3 workshop tracks) to 8 tracks (5 talk tracks and 3 workshop tracks).

Sunday is still devoted to Fedora and will feature many planning discussions and talks. We're also proud to welcome the CentOS community which will have their talks on Sunday, as well. Attendees can look forward to talks by the leaders of both projects: Matthew Miller (Fedora), and Karanbir Singh (CentOS).

A Django Girls workshop is co-hosted with and will take place at the venue one day before the conference - Feb 5th. You can still apply!

The keynote speakers for this year are Tim Burke, Vice President of Red Hat engineering, and Mark Little, Vice President of Red Hat engineering and CTO of JBoss Middleware. 2015 won't only be talks and workshops, you can also look forward to the conference party in Klub Fl├ęda.

We are looking forward to meeting you at!