August 2-4, 2019
São Paulo, Brazil


Thank you for attending!

There are not enough words to describe how awesome the 2019 edition was, but you can check out the pics and get the feeling of it!

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The Conference

Linux Developer Conference Brazil aims to take the Brazilian Linux development community to the international level. Whether you are just curious and want to understand the Linux ecosystem, someone seeking to contribute to FOSS projects, or even a seasoned collaborator, this conference is for you.

Schedule

The conference will start with one day of workshops (limited spots – more info soon) at University of São Paulo(USP) on August 2 and then followed by two days of presentations and discussions at Radisson Paulista Plaza on August 3-4. See the agenda.

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Want to sponsor? Check our sponsorship prospectus or talk to us at board@linuxdev-br.net.

Where


August 2 at CCSL/University of São Paulo


August 3-4 at Radisson Paulista Plaza


Travel


The closest airport is São Paulo – Congonhas(CGH), it is a major hub in Brazil and also receives a few international flights. An Uber from the airport to the conference neighborhood costs about 25 BRL. However, if flying from abroad, São Paulo – Cumbica(GRU) airport is a much better option, an Uber from there to São Paulo downtown is a one hour ride and costs around 70 BRL.


Accomodation


Radisson Paulista Plaza is offering 15% of discount for the conference dates with the discount code AMANDA15. There are also several hotels and Airbnb options in the region. The venue for August 3-4 is 3 minutes walk from the Brigadeiro metro station (Green line).

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we do have a Code of Conduct and all participants are required to conform to the Code of Conduct. Any kind of harrasment or unacceptable behavior is unwelcome at this event.
Our Mission is to become an international meeting point in Brazil for the community and industry developing Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) for the Core of Linux systems.
Since our first edition we are a non-profit organization with legal backing from the Instituto para Conservação de Tecnologias Livres. From the community to the community.

Organizing Committee


Ana Rute Mendes (Collabora) - Director's Director, Diversity & Inclusion
Bruno Dilly (ProFUSION) - Finance Director
Gabriel F. T. Gomes (IBM) - Program Director
Gustavo Padovan (Collabora) - Executive Director
João Moreira - Communications Director

Talk to us at board@linuxdev-br.net.