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Over 10 years ago, I wrote my first blog post. Since then, I've authored books, had kids, traveled the world, found Trish and blogged about it all.

OSCON: Where are the good parties at?

Portland, Oregon It seemed to work pretty well for JavaOne, so let's try it for OSCON...

This week, the best Open Source Conference will take place in the beautiful city of Portland, Oregon. I went to high school just south of Portland (Salem) for a couple years and my parents still live there. Portland is one of my favorite cities, my parents are two of my favorite people and OSCON is one of my favorite conferences. Seems like an excellent combination for a really fun week.

I'll be flying to Portland with Jack and Abbie on Tuesday. Wednesday I'll be at the show speaking; Thursday I'll be there listening and likely blogging. I hope to catch a happy hour on at least one of those nights. Friday, my family and I will be heading to the Oregon Brew Fest followed by a night at The Kennedy School.

So when and where are the good parties at during OSCON 2008? Here's what I know about so far - I'll add to this list as comments start flowing in:

As far as finding me at the show, it's probably easiest to follow me on Twitter.

Update: A reader e-mailed me about This seems to be an excellent source of OSCON party information. I've updated the above list with the ones that look good on Wednesday and Thursday.

Posted in Open Source at Jul 20 2008, 12:28:39 PM MDT 2 Comments

You might want to check out the MindTouch party on Wednesday as well as Beerforge III which is going to be nuts on Thursday:

Posted by Scott Kveton on July 20, 2008 at 12:45 PM MDT #

[Trackback] Each year Six Apart sends a cadre of engineers to one of our favorite conferences: OSCON, O'Reilly's Open Source Conference in Portland. We go because we love open source and because a large percentage of the people at the conference...

Posted by - Home for the MT Community on July 22, 2008 at 05:27 PM MDT #

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