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Like so many other events this year, DevConf.cz is going virtual from February 18-20. Originally an internal Red Hat event held in Brno in the Czech Republic, this free, volunteer-organized event is now in its thirteenth year and is open to all.
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This year has already brought us several Research Days discussions streaming around the world. They have covered topics as diverse as big data stream processing, analyzing security certification reports for potential device and product vulnerabilities, and using open source tools to program FPGA applications.
Boston University is collaborating with other area universities to extend the success of the Mass Open Cloud (massopen.cloud) in supporting critical research projects to a public cloud that will serve research needs throughout New England in the United States.
Much of the focus of IT industry diversity efforts has been at the university level and beyond. At Red Hat Czech, however, a systematic focus on mentoring in high school and even grade school is paying real dividends in gender diversity in our hiring. Like others, Red Hat initially focused its academic diversity efforts on […]
Red Hat Research’s Brno Research Interest Group (RIG) and the established Red Hat Research Centre at Newcastle University have agreed to join forces and form the Europe RIG.
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