Supported by Systematic Paris Region, the Open Source Experience is the meeting place for the entire open source software industry, bringing together more than 5,500 professionals over two days! A place for technological exchanges, meetings and business opportunities dedicated to open source and to all the players in the open source sector.
Open Source Experience focuses on open source technologies, solutions and challenges in France and Europe, and highlights the driving role of open source innovations in the digital transformation of companies in technologies such as AI, IoT, Cloud and Blockchain.
Showcasing the technological excellence and economic dynamism of the French and Ile-de-France open source industry (with €5 billion, France is the largest European market), the event is also an international community event, bringing together global technology players, professional associations of Open Source software, companies and administrations, a vast network of SMEs and research organizations.
Perceived as an asset to the European digital industry, Open Source is present in all industrial sectors for which it is a powerful gas pedal of innovation and a driver of digital transformation. Its technological bricks are found everywhere and serve the challenges of digital transformation, particularly those linked to societal and environmental challenges.
A programme of talks full of shared experience and innovation. It’s sure to bring together the open source community and user companies looking for information on this major driver of innovation.
An exhibition space to find out about solutions, meet other members of the community
and network in a friendly atmosphere.
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Did you know?
Open source, a job-rich sector.
The open source industry employed 57,000 people in 2020 and it is estimated that it will create over 4,000 net jobs per year between now and 2023. Among the most sought-after skills for the future, developer, architect/consultant and system/support administrator profiles are the most often cited, two thirds (63%) of the desired profiles being at Masters level or above.