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I will be attending the OpenStack Summit in Portland in a few weeks time, it promises to be a great event with developers, users and adoptees from all over the world converging.

Red Hat are one of the principal sponsors of the event and as part of this I'd like to offer attendees a discount code on attendance registration. Usual registration is $600 but we're offering a discount unique to Red Hat of $150 per attendee, which is a big saving.

I will be podcasting from the event so come say hi to me and the rest of the Red Hat team and talk to us about the cool stuff you can expect over the next weeks and months as we make some announcements around planned launches.

To get the discount visit the Eventbrite portal and during the registration process you will see a section prompting you to enter a promotional code above the green "Register" button.

Simply enter the code RedHat to get the discounted registration rate.

You can see the preliminary conference schedule here.

Look forward to seeing some of you in Portland. If you fancy recording a podcast look me up and let's sit down and chat on mic.

If you haven't already registered get to the Red Hat Developer Day page and sign up fast to register for the Red Hat UK Developer Day to be held at London South Bank University on the 1st November.

It's already promising to be one of the best developer days we've done outside of North America and we're reaching out to all corners of the Open Source developer community to build on a lot of the strong work out there developing Linux, JBoss and OpenJRE technologies, OpenStack and Gluster.

Keynoting the event is Dr Mark Little who leads the JBoss engineering team, if you were in Boston and heard him speak at Summit there you'll know already that he is both very good at grabbing the attention of a room but also inspiring communities and developers alike.

If you're interested in Cloud, Big Data, JBoss, OpenShift, or using or developing technologies for use in enterprise Linux environments then register today for what promises to be a really cracking day.

More information on our registration page.