OSCON Discount Codes for User Group members

Celebrating its 15 anniversary, the O'Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON) happens July 22-26, 2013 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland. OSCON is the must-attend gathering of the best and brightest minds in technology. It offers five immersive days of all things open source—new and innovative projects, major enterprise-wide deployments, and—from icons of the open source movement—deep perspective on where we've been and where we're headed. OSCON features 200 sessions covering 18 different topic areas, 40 in-depth tutorials, over 300 speakers and a variety of fun evening events including parties, Ignite, and a 5K Glow Run. Check out the full OSCON agenda: http://oreil.ly/150DibS

JUG members can save 20% on any OSCON package by using discount code OS13UG when you register. If you can't make it to the entire convention, but still want to stop by and check it out, you can register for a FREE Expo Only pass ($25 value) with code UGEXPO. This Expo Hall Only pass gets you into the Expo Hall, sponsored sessions and tutorials, plus all the evening events and parties. View the packages and prices: http://oreil.ly/150D1po
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