Career Track Schedule is Published!

  Available to all registration tiers, the Career Track is a day-long collection of speakers sharing their insights and experience in the technology sector as it relates to “softer” skills. In an industry where hard skills in frameworks and tech stacks are valued...

Announcing Cyber Security Track

So many leaks and hacks in the news!  Cyber Security has turned into it’s own career.  This year, one of the tracks is devoted to this topic.  Join us in the Franklin Room, Saturday from 10:15am until 6pm for the Security Track.  (See Schedule for topics and...

Diversity and Inclusion in Open Source

Getting involved in the world of Open Source can open career doors and completely change someone’s life for the better. Help get that opportunity into the hands of someone who could benefit from it. Share this website with anyone you know who could use guidance...

2017 OLF T-shirts are now on sale

Help support the Midwest’s oldest and largest Free and Open Source Software conference by purchasing our 2017 limited edition T-shirt. Available in Men’s and Women’s sizes. A portion of your purchase supports The Ohio LinuxFest Corporation, a 501(c)(3)...

Registration Opened

We’re proud to announce that registration is open for the fifteenth Ohio LinuxFest! This year, we have an exciting program for you. Here are some of the highlights: Expanding Ohio LinuxFest Institute professional training from five classes to six! We’ve...

CFP Deadline Extended

The 2017 Ohio LinuxFest is extending the deadline for speakers to submit presentation proposals by one week to Friday, July 21, 2017 at 5:00pm EDT (21:00 UTC). If you’ve been too busy to put together a talk, this is your extra opportunity to assemble your...

Tarus Balog to Keynote Ohio LinuxFest 2017

The Ohio LinuxFest is excited to announce that Tarus Balog will be returning to our stage this year as a keynote speaker! He is the founder and CEO of The OpenNMS Group, the services company behind the popular open-source monitoring software. Tarus has been involved...