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Solid is returning to Fort Mason on June 23–25, 2015.
The traditional boundaries between hardware and software are falling. Whatever you chose to call this disruption—the Internet of Things, digital manufacturing, the connected world, the Industrial Internet, Maker-Pro,hardware startups, or the integration of software and machines—it’s the same exciting revolution: a perfect storm of opportunity for a software-enhanced, networked physical world.
The new products and services created from the melding of software, hardware, and data are built by people who work across disciplines and industries. A vibrant new community is emerging, made up of business and industry leaders, software developers, hardware engineers, designers, investors, startup founders, academics, artists, and policy makers—many of whom have never come together before.
They gather at Solid to be inspired, to make connections and launch conversations, and to plug into the future for a few days.
Will you be a part of it?
“O’Reilly’s Solid Conference, Maker Faire’s new more serious sibling, brought a crowd of hardware bootstrappers, software developers and industry players to San Francisco last week to show off new tech and talk about what’s next. The possibilities more than a bit mind-blowing.”
–J. A. Ginsburg
At O’Reilly, we’re known for recognizing the important trends in technology and bringing the best minds in the field together to explore, share, and learn. Our history spans more than 30 years and includes groundbreaking conferences such as Web 2.0 Summit, OSCON (open source), and Strata + Hadoop World (data).
We’re at the brink of a huge shift. If you want to understand the territory and discover the opportunities, don’t miss the O’Reilly Solid Conference. It’s the Internet of Things—and so much more.
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