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MOSS Conference 2015 will take place on the 4th of March in Bucharest and is organized by ANIS, the Romanian Employers’ Association of the Software and Services Industry. The first edition of MOSS Conference 2015 – Make Open Source Software will be a technical event dedicated to open source software developers working on Embedded & Mobile Systems and Cloud Solutions.

Early Bird Registration is now available and expires on February 9th 2015. Students are eligible for a 50% discount. Get your ticket early and save: http://mossconf.ro/register/.

MOSS Conference 2015 will be opened by Brian KingEuropean Community Manager at Mozilla. The event will feature 11 projects and case studies presented by experts in open source software development. Among these there will be presentations about scalability in Azure Cloud, tracing and application profiling with QEMU, Openstack architecture, large scale deployment with Puppet, as well as products internally developed by companies like BIFUZ – Broadcast Intent Fuzzing Framework for Android. The detailed program of the event is now available on the event website.

“MOSS Conference 2015 was thought as an event focused on technical and educational content with the aim to encourage the experience exchange between experts in the open source software development. We wish to see MOSS Conference becoming a tradition and the meeting place of the open source community in Romania”

says Valerica Dragomir, Executive Manager of ANIS.

The first edition of the MOSS Conference is waiting more than 100 developers, team or project managers, students and professors interested in open source technologies.

About ANIS

ANIS represents the interests of Romanian IT companies and supports the development of the software and services industry, as well as the growth of companies involved both in outsourcing projects and in developing proprietary applications.

The association was founded in 1998 and now includes approx. 120 members – companies with both Romanian and foreign capital, small and medium companies as well as multinational ones, with presence in the main technical universities in the country.