Open Atom Foundation has announced the date of the open source HarmonyOS, OpenHarmony summit 2023, which will be held on February 25 in Shenzhen, China. This event aims to showcase OpenHarmony’s achievements over the past year, current technological advancement, partnerships, and future roadmap.
This summit is sponsored by OpenHarmony Technical Steering Committee, while the organizer of the entire show is Huawei. Meanwhile, the support will be provided by partners including Runhe Software, Jiulian Technology, iSoftStone, ArcherMind Technology, Uboxun, and more.
Open Atom Open Source Foundation OpenHarmony Technology Summit, with the theme of “Technology Builds the Intelligence of Everything”, brings together cutting-edge technologies from academia and industry, shares current technological achievements, and explores the direction of next-generation technologies.
This technology summit invites global open source operating system technology leaders, cutting-edge practice experts, and university technical mentors to demonstrate the technological innovation of the OpenHarmony operating system to the world.
There are OpenHarmony university technology clubs, OS kernel and windows, ecosystem and interconnection, security and confidentiality Computing, programming language and application framework, and developer tools are divided into six sub-forums, and the staged achievements of the OpenHarmony ecosystem community are displayed through the interactive exhibition area.
In addition, the summit will also release the OpenHarmony University Technology Club Starlight Plan in China. Open Atom is also looking to expand partnerships with developers and contributors joining the OpenHarmony community to jointly progress OpenHarmony.
To be mentioned, it’s a one-day event and below you can check the full forum activity.
- OpenHarmony University Technology Club Sub-Forum
- OS kernel and Windows sub-forum
- Ecology and Internet sub-forum
- Secure and Confidential Computing Sub-Forum
- Programming language and application framework sub-forum
- Developer tools sub-forum