Each Monday, we round up upcoming event highlights from the programming and technology spaces. Have an event to share? Send us a note.
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised webcast: Jonathan Stark discusses the coming wireless wave and how it will profoundly affect every aspect of society—the iPhone will look like a fax machine compared to what’s coming next. Register for this free webcast.
Date: 10 a.m. PT, June 20 Location: Online webcast
Intro to Raspberry Pi : Ed Snajder explains what a Raspberry Pi is, how it differs from an Arduino and shows attendees some cool things you can do with a Raspberry Pi. Register for this free webcast.
Date: 10 a.m. PT, June 25 Location: Online webcast
Hack4ac: This year’s hacking academia event has two goals: to demonstrate the value of the CC-BY license within academia while supporting innovation around literature and to reach out to academics looking to improve their programming skills to better their research. For more information and to register, visit the event website.
Date: July 6 Location: London, England
OSCON: O’Reilly’s open source convention brings together the best and brightest minds in technology. Five immersive days give attendees a deep perspective on where we’ve been and where we’re headed. Visit the OSCON website for more information and to register.
Date: July 22–26 Location: Portland, OR
Wharton Web Conference: This conference brings together programmers, designers, project managers, and other IT professionals committed to building a better web experience. Discount registration for $149 goes to June 30. For more information and to register, visit the conference website.
Date: July 30 Location: Philadelphia, PA
Agile 2013: 1,700 agilists from more than 40 countries will gather to collaborate and share practical knowledge and the latest in agile innovation. This conference offers anyone involved with software development a unique opportunity to explore the full depth and breadth of agile techniques and approaches, practical applications, technologies, policies, theories, and research. For more information and to register, visit the conference website.
Date: August 5–9 Location: Nashville, TN