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SCALE 14x

SCaLE 14X – the 14th annual Southern California Linux Expo – takes place on Jan. 21-24, 2016, at the Pasadena Convention Center. As the first-of-the-year Linux/Open Source software expo in North America, SCaLE 14X expects to host 150 exhibitors this year, along with nearly 130 sessions, tutorials and special events

SCaLE is the largest community-run open-source and free software conference in North America. It is held annually in Los Angeles.

Present! Submit a proposal for a session via our call for papers.

Sponsor! Sponsorship and commercial exhibitor opportunities are available, in addition to our Non-Profit/Dot-Org exhibitor opportunities.

Attend! Register online to attend SCALE 14x. 

Get Involved! Interested in helping to plan and/or to volunteer for SCALE 14X? Get in touch by either filling out this form or sending us an email.

SCALE 14x Registration now open

Registration for SCALE 14x is now open -- be the first in your neighborhood to register for the largest community-run Linux expo in North America.

The Full Access Pass, which provides access to all SCALE sessions, is $75. The Expo Only Ticket, providing access to exhibit hall only, is $15. The exhibit halls for SCALE 14x are open on Saturday and Sunday only.

To register, click the Register link at the top of this page, or visit https://reg.socallinuxexpo.org/reg6/

Moving Uptown: SCALE 14x at Pasadena Convention Center

The Southern California Linux Expo continues to grow with each passing year. So SCALE 14X – the 14th annual Southern California Linux Expo – opens a new chapter in the SCALE saga by changing venues: SCALE 14X will be held at the Pasadena Convention Center from Jan. 21-24, 2016. As the first-of-the-year Linux and Free/Open Source Software (FOSS) expo in North America, SCALE 14X opens with a larger venue which will accommodate more exhibitors, as well as more sessions, tutorials and special events. 

Held annually in Los Angeles, SCALE is the largest community-run FOSS conference in North America.

Present! Submit a proposal for a session via our call for papers.

Sponsor! Sponsorship and commercial exhibitor opportunities are available, in addition to our Non-Profit/Dot-Org exhibitor opportunities.

Attend! Registration to attend SCaLE 14x.

 

Get Involved! Interested in helping to plan and/or to volunteer for SCALE 14X? Get in touch!

Speaker Interview: Michael Dexter

Michael Dexter will be giving the talk, "FreeBSD Virtualization Options" on SCALE 13x Saturday at 4:30. A long-time BSD user, Michael comes down from Portland to speak, and the SCALE Team caught up with Michael to ask him a few questions about his presentation.

Q: Could you please introduce yourself and tell us a little about your background?

Keynote Interview: Ruth Suehle

The odyssey that brought Ruth Suehle to the keynoter's post for SCALE 13x is . .  how can we put this? . . . unique. But we'll let her tell the tale while we inform you that Ruth is keynoting on Sunday at SCALE 13x. The SCALE Team caught up with Ruth to talk to her about Sunday's keynote.

Q: Could you please introduce yourself and tell us a little about your background?

Speaker Interview: Justin Mayer

Justin Mayer speaks at SCALE 13x Saturday at 1:30 on Rise of the Static Site Generator. The SCALE Team caught up with Justin to talk about his presentation.

Q: Could you please introduce yourself and tell us a little about your background?

A: My name is Justin Mayer. I design and build software for the web and mobile devices. For a few years I lived and worked in Japan, which was a fun experience. I only came back to my hometown of Los Angeles because I missed breakfast burritos. And my family. But mostly the burritos.

Speaker Interview: Sarah Novotny

SCALE 13x media sponsor Opensource.com has graciously pitched in with writing some of the speaker interviews for those giving presentations at SCALE 13x. Opensource.com's Jason Hibbets (who is also a SCALE 13x speaker) interviews Sarah Novotny, who is speaking on SCALE 13x Saturday at 4:30 on "NGINX 101 - Now with More Docker."

The link to the opensource.com article is here: http://opensource.com/business/15/2/interview-sarah-novotny-nginx