FSOSS, Seneca College’s annual Free Software and Open Source Symposium, takes place Oct. 27-29, 2011. After a couple of years hiatus, I’m back for 2011.
I’ve covered a number of different topics at this event over the years. My topics have tended to focus on what I was working on at the time: Eclipse, Open Commercial Development, and Web development. But while Mozilla is a big supporter of FSOSS and Seneca College, this year I’m not talking about work. This year I’m talking about another Open Source project that I just can’t live without: XBMC.
XBMC is incredibly versatile media centre software (for use with a home theatre PC – HTPC). From a movie, TV show, and music perspective, XBMC runs my house. Come find out more during my talk, Take Control of your TV with XBMC, this Friday at 11am.
For your reference, here’s the list of all my FSOSS presentations:
- 2011: Take Control of your TV with XBMC
- 2008: Eclipse: Beyond Java Development
- 2007: Open Commercial Development (being put to practice at Jazz.net)
- 2006: Picking an AJAX toolkit
- 2005: Teaching Web and J2EE Development with Eclipse