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Utah Open Source Conference 2009 (UTOSC)

Aug 8 2009 - Aug 10 2009

The Utah Open Source Foundation has been working very hard this year. We've got a lot of fun things in store. In fact, we're starting this year off with a new theme that really builds upon the foundations of open source and free software. We really believe that with this year's theme for the Utah Open Source Conference 2009 we've hit the current trends on the head.

Affordability doesn't just mean cost, it also means value. Free and open source software (FOSS) provides this value. Not only in it's low costs (aka free as in beer), but in it's maintenance costs being only those of expertise. No contracts to sign, no company to ask for improvements, and value added because you can make the change yourself. In addition, because expertise is generally the only cost, companies that use free software won't feel locked in when looking for support options.

Scalability means many things to many people: flexibility of costs, software load management, ability to grow without complication, and many more. Scalability makes things better. Free and open source software provides solutions in every area from customer management to security, and simple applications to complex environments. Because code is so easy to view and change, FOSS has the most flexible, scalable solutions around.

Reliability is among the most important components in free and open source software. The number of eyes looking at the code, and the community that helps make the software, provides a paradigm which sets FOSS apart. Being able to make changes and have a community willing to test the software makes it more reliable and solid. If you want reliability, you go with free and open source software, its community of developers, testers, and users.

These three components of the Utah Open Source Conference 2009 will excite the mind, challenge the soul and ultimately improve free and open source software. We at the Utah Open Source Foundation look forward to seeing your presentation, thoughts and enjoyment of this theme during the upcoming UTOSC 2009.


Utah; Miller Free Enterprise Center (MFEC)
Sandy, Utah

Sandy, United States of America

Created:Jun 30 2009
Changed:Jun 30 2009

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