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2017 Summer Events


Super Meetup Philly
Philadelphia, PA | August 14
Join us, Philly and other local tech and entrepreneurial resources on August 14 for one super meetup. We’ll be there to talk , what positions we’ve got open, and to overall meet new friends – like you!

Philadelphia, PA | August 26
On August 26, we’re heading to FOSSCON for the 5th time! Join us for this free, open-source conference hosted in our backyard, Philadelphia, Pa. Stop by our table to talk cloud hosting and check out our new swag!

Linode Python Talk
Atco, NJ | September 7
On Thursday, September 7, we’ll be joining the South Jersey Python User Group for a meetup at 12:30 p.m. Linode’s Will Smith and Rob DeRose will make a presentation on Python Wrapper and CLI for the new API and discuss how Linode uses Python for it!

Open Source Summit & Linux Plumbers Conference
Los Angeles, CA | September 11-13, 13-15The Linux Foundation
California, here we come! We’re off to the West Coast for back-to-back conferences. First, we visit the Open Source Summit September 11-13, and then the Linux Plumbers Conference, Sept. 13-15. We’ll be in Los Angeles, Calif., all week, so stop by to chat with our team – and get $50 credit on a new Linode account.

AGCAustin Game Conference
Austin, TX | September 22-24
Into gaming? Come to the Austin Game Developers Conference (AGC) the weekend of September 22. AGC provides critical insight into online game development. Be sure to stop by our booth (#301) to see how Linode can help you get your game on!

OLFOhio LinuxFest
Columbus, OH | September 29-30
To close out September, we’re venturing to Columbus, Ohio. Come hang out with us and the Midwest’s largest audience of free and open-source software users at Ohio Linux Fest. Of course, we’ll be giving away credit and swag, so don’t miss out.


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