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Safety-Critical Software Summit Schedule Now Live

Last week, the Linux Foundation announced the full schedule for Open Source Summit North America, the premier event for open source code and community contributors. The leading gathering for the global open source community offers 200+ sessions presented through 16 microconferences, exploring the most crucial and innovative topics driving open source advancements today.

Embedded Open Source Summit is also being held April 16-18 in Seattle, Washington, alongside Open Source Summit North America. The Safety-Critical Software Summit, sponsored by the ELISA Project, will be under the EOSS umbrella and aims to gather safety experts and open source developers to enable and advance the use of open source in safety-critical applications.

The Safety-Critical Software Summit will take place on Thursday, April 18. Check out the schedule below, which is in PST:

Check out the complete schedule here. Register here by February 24 for an early bird discount. Those who register for Open Source Summit can add on registration for Embedded Open Source Summit for free.

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