By Adam Kawa | February 27, 2014
In this webcast talk led by Adam Kawa, we will talk about our real-world Hadoop issues that either broke our cluster or made it very unstable, especially when we were growing very fast from a 60 to 690-node Hadoop cluster.
By Wayne Thompson, Georgia Mariani | January 30, 2014
Join us to learn more about how to reveal insights in your Big data and redefine how your organization solves complex problems.
By Andrew Collette | January 28, 2014
This webcast provides a practical, Python-based introduction to the world of HDF5.
By Paco Nathan | January 24, 2014
This tutorial shows a simple way to launch a Mesos cluster in the cloud, how to configure run Spark on Mesos, then how to run jobs in Spark.
By Matthew Russell | December 13, 2013
After attending this mini-workshop, you'll be able to run your own data science experiments with Twitter's API and IPython Notebook! Besides learning the fundamentals of how to use IPython Notebook, you'll learn how to do the following kinds of things...
By Sam Nazarko | December 10, 2013
Imagine controlling your TV with your smartphone, dynamically streaming content that you have on various devices across your home, as and when you want. Raspberry Pi Media Center will show you how to configure the complete experience using readily available...
By Ben Simonds | December 05, 2013
In this hands-on webcast presented by Ben Simonds author of Blender Master Class, he will take you through creating various common material types with nodes for rendering in cycles.
By Pat Shaughnessy | December 04, 2013
In this webcast talk by Pat Shaughnessy author of Ruby Under a Microscope, we'll dive into Ruby internals and take a close look at an ugly topic: garbage collection.
By Simon Monk | November 19, 2013
In this webcast presented by Simon Monk author of Raspberry Pi Cookbook, aims to clarify the various niches into which a Raspberry Pi can fit and also showcase some of the more interesting uses of the Raspberry Pi with examples from the Internet and ...
By Ed Snajder | November 15, 2013
Join us for an interactive webcast with Ed Snadjer as he show's you how to quickly and simply get your Raspberry Pi up and running and the possibilities of what can be done with a $35 credit-card sized computer.
By Carlos Andreu, Raj Balasubramanian | October 30, 2013
This webcast will highlight why the mobile first approach is necessary in building your next user facing app and why it's not a hype. Concrete examples will be provided using both mobile web and hybrid technologies to illustrate how you can get started...
By Carl Steinbach | October 02, 2013
In this talk we will discuss the unavoidable cost and performance limitations of the connector-based approach employed by many established vendors and explain the long-term significance of Apache Hive's data model along with its influence on next generation...
By Paco Nathan | September 17, 2013
In this hands-on webcast presented by Paco Nathan author of Enterprise Data Workflows with Cascading, he will discuss what defines a workflow , in contrast to notions of dataflow and the impact that has on the tools required.
By Mike Westerfield | September 11, 2013
Join us for a hands-on webcast presented by Mike Westerfield author of Building iPhone and iPad Electronic Projects, and we'll look at one way to control an Arduino from iOS using a WiFly serial bridge. All of the techniques and techBASIC source code...
By Fred Hébert | September 03, 2013
In this presentation, we will explore some common application design patterns, tools, libraries, and optimizations used by Erlang developers for production systems.
By Robert Grossman | August 20, 2013
Join us for a webcast talk by Robert Grossman where he shares how his organization recently expanded Bionimbus so that researchers can analyze data from controlled datasets, such as The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) in a secure and compliant fashion.
By Ed Snajder | July 10, 2013
In this webcast, I will introduce you to my open source 3D Printer that I built from a kit. I'll share my experiences of both joy and tears, from assembly and tuning, to modeling and printing.
By James Blair | July 10, 2013
In this session, we'll look behind the scenes at the unique tools and processes the OpenStack Core Infrastructure team has developed to handle up to 200 contribution activities an hour.
By George DeMet | July 09, 2013
In this webcast, we'll look at the lifecycle of various Web development projects through the lens of Hollywood storytelling.
By Mark Allen | June 27, 2013
In this hands-on webcast we'll talk about applying the open source dynamic tracing (DTrace) facility available in Solaris (and friends), Mac OS X, and FreeBSD to python.
By Gustavo Franco | June 26, 2013
This webcast talk presented by Gustavo Franco will cover the differences between traditional Operations and Site Reliability Engineering and how the Go programming language can help attendees to build powerful and future-proof tools to help their work...
By Harry Percival | June 26, 2013
In this hands-on webcast presented by Harry Percival author of Test-Driven Development with Python, you will learn: how to use TDD to build a web application from the ground up, full functional testing using the Selenium browser automation tool, and ...
By Tim Anglade | June 25, 2013
Join us for a hands-on live webcast to learn everything you need to know to build a mobile app for iOS, Android, Windows Phone or Blackberry!
By Ed Snajder | June 25, 2013
At OSCON Ignite 2012, I did a short presentation on a Raspberry Pi and integrating it with a 3D printer. Since then, I have been asked dozens of different questions, with the most common being What is the difference between a Raspberry Pi and an Arduino...
By Steven Lembark | June 19, 2013
The first part of this webcast talk describes how to implement generic linked-list containers using Perl syntax; the second portion shows an efficient Object-oriented list manager that avoids the most common pitfalls of OO linked lists.
By Jessica McKellar | June 18, 2013
In this hands-on webcast presented by Jessica McKellar author of Twisted, we will give an architectural overview of the project and then dive in to what you need to know to build robust clients and servers for popular and custom network protocols.
By Andy Grover | June 14, 2013
This webcast talk presented by Andy Grover will cover some of the ways the Linux platform has moved away from the Unix philosophy, while still holding true to some fundamental values, and how we users and hackers are defining a new Linux Way, distinct...
By Maksim Tsvetovat | March 05, 2013
In this webcast talk Maksim Tsvetovat author of Social Network Analysis for Startups will introduce a number of ways to address these issues and present an open-source Python-based toolkit for detecting and visualizing communities in Twitter networks...
By Haig Armen | January 29, 2013
Join us for an interactive webcast where Canadian designer, Haig Armen will share the strategy, design and technology used to create a new approach to a digital book - a social book.
By Michael Margolis | October 30, 2012
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This webcast introduces Arduino techniques for controlling wheeled robots that can move around and use sensors to see and explore their environment.
By Sau Sheong Chang | October 23, 2012
In this hands-on webcast presentation by Sau Sheong Chang author of Exploring Everyday Things with R and Ruby, we talk on how Ruby can be used to create digital music through a simple analog software synthesizer, either transcribed from existing music...
By Jared Smith | September 14, 2012
This webcast expounds on the conclusions offered in the July 2012 O'Reilly Radar Report with additional insight drawn from the real-world data provided by Bluehost.
By Tom Geudens | August 28, 2012
Batteries included is one of those catchphrases that has long left the humble origins and is now applied to almost every new development in IT. The questions one often forgets to ask are: do they fit, are there enough of them, and how long do they last...
By Tom Geudens | August 07, 2012
Resource Oriented Computing and it's implementation NetKernel are in danger of becoming a ten-year old overnight sensation.
By Chris Kemp | July 26, 2012
Join OpenStack co-founder, Chris C. Kemp for a discussion about the future of the platform, the philosophy behind the framework and how it's set to grow in the future.
By Dani Nordin | June 22, 2012
In this webcast presentation, Drupal for Designers author Dani Nordin will talk about the process of user experience design for the Drupal CMS, and some specific techniques and tools which can help make the process easier.
By Michael Margolis | June 19, 2012
In this webcast Michael will discuss how to combine and apply multiple techniques from the Arduino Cookbook.
By Steve Francia | May 18, 2012
In this webcast presentation by Steve Francia, author of MongoDB and PHP, you will learn how to build elegant database applications with MongoDB and PHP.
By Alan Gates | May 10, 2012
In this webcast, we will cover how Pig can take advantage of changes in Hadoop 0.23.
By Baron Schwartz | May 04, 2012
In this webcast presentation Baron Schwartz, author of High Performance MySQL 3rd Edition, explains how to use a set of open-source tools he designed specifically for unattended problem detection.
By Chas Emerick | May 01, 2012
This webcast will be part tutorial, part demonstration of getting started with programming in Clojure.
By Chris Walker | April 13, 2012
Join Chris Walker for an exciting webcast presentation where he will provide an overview of projects you can create with Netduino as well as what you need to experiment with Netduino and the .NET Micro Framework.
By Greg Borenstein | April 11, 2012
This webcast offers a beginners introduction to building your own applications with the Microsoft Kinect.
By Andrew Shafer | September 27, 2011
Join Andrew Clay Shafer for a guided tour of the OpenStack projects and ecosystems. He'll start with the history and context of the project, then walk through the architecture and some of the tools to deploy and operate the services.
By Edd Dumbill, Sarah Novotny, Laurel Ruma | August 11, 2011
In this event wrap-up, OSCON co-chairs Edd Dumbill, Sarah Novotny, and Laurel Ruma will identify and discuss the trends and announcements that emerged from the event and how these will impact the tech world in the year to come.
By James Turner | July 22, 2009
We all have our favorite languages in our tool-belt, but is there a best overall language? If anyone can hash that out, it will be the members of this roundtable discussion, some of the stars of the open source language space.
By Bernard Golden | July 09, 2009
The current financial crisis has raised enterprise interest in two technology trends: open source and cloud computing. In this presentation, Bernard Golden, CEO of HyperStratus will discuss how the two trends reinforce one another, and why cloud computing...
By Rod Cope, Carol J. Rizzo | July 07, 2009
In this webcast, Carol Rizzo, past CTO of Kaiser Permanente, AIG and CitiGroup, and Rod Cope, the founder and CTO of OpenLogic share their experiences and insights about using open source in the enterprise.