Hadoop Training, OpenStreetMap Sprint, MakersFactory Kids’ Programming Camp, and More

Tech events you don't want to miss

Each Monday, we round up upcoming event highlights from the programming and technology spaces. Have an event to share? Send us a note.

Twisted Python: the engine of your Internet webcast: Jessica McKellar presents an architectural overview of the Python networking library, Twisted, and instructs on how to build robust clients and servers for popular and custom network protocols. Register for this free webcast.
Date: 10 a.m. PT, June 6 Location: Online webcast

2 Day Hadoop Training June 2013: This course offers a fast-paced technical overview of the Hadoop landscape, targeted toward both technical and non-technical people who want to understand the emerging world of big data. For more information and to register, visit the event page.
Date: June 8–9 Location: Sunnyvale, CA

OpenStreetMap Sprint Days: The Sprint Days event is a great opportunity for current OpenStreetMap (OSM) developers to introduce a project and get help with implementation as well as a great opportunity for those new to OSM to get involved in a project. Visit the event page for more information and to register.
Date: June 10–11 Location: San Francisco, CA

The Linux Way: Rebuilding The Unix Way for a New Era webcast: Andy Grover covers ways the Linux platform is shifting away from the Unix philosophy and how hackers and users are defining a new Linux Way, independent from the Unix Way. Register for this free webcast.
Date: 10 a.m. PT, June 14 Location: Online webcast

Velocity: This conference has become an essential training event and source of information for web professionals in any size company. The best minds in the industry will present keynotes and host sessions geared toward building a faster, stronger web. Visit the Velocity website for more information and to register.
Date: June 18–20 Location: Santa Clara, CA

Kids Summer Camp: Introduction to Programming: Kids ages 9–12 can learn the basics of computer programming, covering a variety of languages, in this five-day camp with the MakersFactory. For more information and to register, visit the MakersFactory website.
Date: August 12–16 Location: San Francisco, CA

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