Morrisville, NC (PressExposure) August 19, 2009 -- OSSCube team has been invited to speak at FrOSCon, one of the most popular conferences on Free software and Open Source, in Germany. The conference revolves around a rich schedule of talks, highlighting current topics in Free Software and Open Source. FrOSCon will provide developers with large Free Software / Open Source space, allowing them to organize their own meetings or even their own lineup of events. The conference has multi-specialty focused tracks and sub-conferences within the conference including a PHP subconference, Java Subconference, OpenSQLCamp 2009 and several others.
FrOSCon attracts the who's who of the open source world and is being attended by major thought leaders in the domain this year round. "I am proud to be speaking at FrOSCon and I am really looking forward to attending the other sessions around MySQL and PHP" says Sonali Minocha (Lead Trainer & Consultant, OSSCube)
The OSSCube team has major sessions including a MySQL Cluster Workshop & a session on MySQL Performance Tuning & Optimization led by Sonali Minocha from OSSCube. Also, Vineet Agarwal from OSSCube will lead a session on a guide to open source / PHP outsourcing in India and a Workshop on Project Lifecycle Management using Agile, BPMN & Prototyping. Backed up with strong research and experience into education, healthcare, government, web 2.0 etc, team OSSCube will be taking sessions with key knowledge base to share.
"I am certain frOSCon will prove to be a very productive event and it is a challenge for anyone to choose from all the various high value parallel tracks scheduled. It sure is going to be fun!" said Lavanya Rastogi (President, OSSCube) About FrOSCon
FrOSCon is a two day conference on Free Software and Open Source, taking place for the third time on August, 22nd /23rd 2009 at the Fachhochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg in Sankt Augustin near the cities of Bonn and Cologne.
The conference revolves around a rich schedule of talks, highlighting current topics in Free Software and Open Source. Moreover, developers will be offered a large Free Software / Open Source space, allowing them to organize their own meetings or even their own lineup of events.