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Friday, August 31 • 3:05pm - 3:50pm
Panel: Media's Perspective on Open Cloud and Linux - Moderated by Jennifer Cloer, The Linux Foundation

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Jennifer Cloer, The Linux Foundation

Jennifer Cloer is responsible for managing communications for The Linux Foundation and the Linux.com community. Cloer was previously vice president at Page One PR where she ran The Linux Foundation account since 2005. She also managed the launches of the nonprofit Software Freedom Law Center and the Open Solutions Alliance and headed public relations programs for Creative Commons, Funambol, Google and Jaspersoft, among others. Prior to joining... Read More →

Sean Michael Kerner, InternetNews

Sean Michael Kerner writes about Linux (distros the kernel and the | community), Open Source (licenses, applications, management and | legal), Security (tools, attack vectors, vendors and exploits) | Application Development (tools, vendors, dynamic languages and code) | as well as Networking (core equipment, carrier, enterprise, Ethernet, | IPv6 and access control). Kerner takes a deep technical view on | everything he writes and has years of... Read More →

Scott Merrill, TechCrunch

Scott Merrill is a full-time Linux sysadmin, and frequent contributor | to TechCrunch. He has been using Linux for the last dozen years, and | has made numerous contributions to open source projects. Scott helped | start <a href="http://freegeekcolumbus.org">FreeGeek Columbus</a>, and | is one of the organizers for <a href="http://ohiolinux.org">Ohio | LinuxFest</a>. He also brews his own beer.

Steven Vaughan-Nichols, ZDNet

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols, aka sjvn, is a contributing editor at | CBS/CNET and a columnist for ComputerWorld and NetworkWorld. He's been | writing about technology and the business of technology since CP/M-80 | was the cutting edge, PC operating system; 300bps was a fast Internet | connection; WordStar was the state of the art word processor; and we | liked it. He's also been a Unix/Linux user since the days when DEC | PDP-11s walked the earth.

Alex Williams, TechCrunch

Alex Williams covers enterprise for TechCrunch. He is a veteran | technology blogger, journalist and analyst. He led the cloud and | enterprise channels at ReadWriteWeb before joining SiliconAngle, where | he worked as a senior editor. Alex writes often about the open cloud, | big data and the enterprise startup community. A main goal: try to | keep the big enterprise vendors a little more honest.  Cloudwashing is | a particular pet peeve... Read More →

Friday August 31, 2012 3:05pm - 3:50pm
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