Red Hat Collaboratory Colloquium Series: Conversation with Fedora Project Leader Matthew Miller
Abstract: Join for a conversation about community-driven software development and the future of Linux distributions and related technology — and maybe a little reminiscing about the days of BU Linux (Boston University’s own Fedora-based distro from the early 2000s!)
Speaker: Matthew Miller is a Distinguished Engineer at Red Hat and is the leader of the Fedora Project, which creates the Fedora Linux distribution.
Lunch will be available
Center for Data Sciences (CDS)
665 Commonwealth Ave
Room 1101 (note this was updated)
Boston, MA 02215
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About the Collaboratory: A partnership between Red Hat and Boston University, the Red Hat Collaboratory connects BU faculty and students with industry practitioners working in open-source software communities. The Collaboratory aims to advance research focused on emerging technologies in a number of areas including operating systems, cloud computing services, machine learning and automation, and big data platforms.