Next week, more than 5,000 members of the open source community arrive in Boston for Red Hat Summit 2017. Developers and executives from across the world are gathering for hundreds of sessions, hands-on experience and to interact face-to-face with product experts. Make sure you review the extensive conference catalog before you arrive!
This year the Red Hat Summit is May 2 – May 4 in Boston, Massachusetts. If you’re looking for a broad overview of the event, check out the agenda at-a-glance. Some of my favorite awards are presented at this show, particularly the Women in Open Source Awards and Red Hat Innovation Awards. I can’t wait to see who wins this year.
Connect with Black Duck at Red Hat Summit 2017
Visit us in Booth #125
Stop by our booth to pick up a duck while you're in Boston.
Must See Session
Join us on Thursday, May 4th at 11:30 am to discuss “Integrated security in CI/CD with Red Hat OpenShift” with Tim Mackey (Technology Evangelist at Black Duck), Justin Goldsmith (Consulting Architect - Red Hat), and Brent Baude (Principle Software Engineer at Red Hat). Learn more about this session here.
After you’ve stopped by and grabbed your own rubber duck at our booth, tweet us pictures of Ducky out and about Boston, or post them to Instagram (and please tag us @black_duck_sw). We love seeing Ducky travel around the world!
Schedule a Meeting
Want to talk about Black Duck’s open source security and license compliance solutions? Email us today to schedule a time to discuss how you can gain insight and control over the open source in your apps and containers.
Out and About in Boston
No trip is complete without enjoying the local attractions. There’s so much to do, how can you be sure you’re getting the most from your time? We’re pros at Boston – a city near and dear to our hearts. The Black Duck team came up with some of our favorite things to do here.
- Like sandwiches? I don’t, but I love Sam Lagrassa’s (44 Province St, Boston). They’re only open for weekday lunch, so don’t miss your opportunity to try them out.
- Saus ( 33 Union St, Boston) offers made-from-scratch food that we just love.
- If you like seafood, don’t miss Yankee Lobster (300 Northern Ave, Boston).
- The new Eataly Boston (800 Boylston St, Boston) is at the Prudential Center – so much to check out. Don’t miss it.
- Stoddards Food and Ale (48 Temple Pl, Boston) is a gastropub - you must check it out if you like vintage cocktails and craft beer.
There are hundreds more options in Boston, though, so just take a walk, see the city and enjoy spring in New England.
What better way to explore Boston than visiting Boston Common? Spring is under way, and both the Common and the Public Garden are not to be missed. Plus, some of Ducky’s favorite friends live at the Public Garden. Visit the "Make Way for Ducklings" statues and take a ride on the Swan Boats.
If you’re a shopper, you really must visit Newbury Street. Wondering what kind of shopping you can do there? Check out this directory.
We’re headed for Boston – join us at Red Hat Summit in booth #125!