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Events and Webinars: XDC2018, Linux Foundation, and Canonical

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  • X.Org Is Looking For An XDC2018 Host

    The X.Org Foundation is looking for interested individuals to offer bids for organizing the 2018 X.Org Developers' Conference.

    The XDC2017 conference happening this September is taking place at the Googleplex in Mountain View and thus in the usual rotation, for the 2018 conference will ideally be trying to find a host in Europe.

  • New Continuous Development Course Now Available From The Linux Foundation
  • Webinar: Delivering the value of IoT in the retail industry

    IoT is being embraced by an increasingly diverse set of sectors and one which is reaping the benefits is the retail sector, specifically supermarkets and how they are using data in cold-chain (refrigeration) solutions. For this webinar, join Paul Edrich, CTO of IMS Evolve, who is helping major supermarket chains to manage billions of data points in real time to inform operational processes, reduce energy consumption and increase product quality.

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