Thanks to everyone who made OSDC 2010 a huge success!
The Open Source Developers' Conference (OSDC) is an conference designed for developers, by developers. It covers numerous programming languages across a range of operating systems. It was first run in Melbourne in 2004, and has provided many opportunities for Australian open source programmers to gather and share their experience and knowledge. The concept has spread internationally, and there are now also regular OSDC conferences in Taiwan, Israel, Malaysia and France.
Programmers who use open source tools and languages for open source projects, or even closed source projects; along with those use proprietary tools for open source projects are all welcome; as is anyone who would just like to learn more about software development and the tools and languages we're using. This is a great conference for developers to improve their knowledge and make connections with the Australian open source community.