The keynotes by Chris DiBona reflect his passion and involvement in the tech and Internet industries. DiBona is currently employed at Google where he serves as its Open Source and Public Sector Engineering Manager. Prior to this position, he worked as an editor at Slashdot.
Dibona studied at George Mason University and Carnergie Mellon University, where he received a B.S. in computer science and a M.S. in software engineering respectively.
DiBona is most well known for his advocacy and efforts in promoting open source software. In addition to his work at Google and his past editing and writing positions, he also serves as a visiting scholar at the MIT Sloan School of Management and has made a number of television appearances on 'The Screensavers' and 'Cranky Geeks' on TechTV.
The keynotes by Chris DiBona discuss a topic that is growing in significance in the digital age.