2:30pm–3:10pm Thursday, 07/28/2011
First done at OSCON 2010, we though this session was extremely useful in helping developers work better with Google technology and answer questions they might be baffled about. So, for 40 minutes, we'll be happy to answer nearly any question an engineer might have. Many Googlers covering everything from Android to search will be in attendance and ready to answer your questions.
11:30am–12:10pm Thursday, 07/28/2011
PHP code is still audited manually. This is boring! Let's have PHP itself check its own dog food, and audit statically applications for security, code quality. It'll be faster, and more exhaustive than human, as long as we provide him with directions: here comes the cornac!
5:00pm–5:40pm Thursday, 07/28/2011
Most people have ideas on SETI; if only they had a chance, they would enhance the search. Wait no more. setiQuest gives you access to data, software that we just open-sourced after 20 years of being closed, and sophisticated front-end tools. Learn how you can help us improve the data and tools, or use them yourself to find ETI. If we succeed, this could be most profound scientific discovery ever.
10:40am–11:20am Tuesday, 07/26/2011
Learn how to get involved in open source and learn the Open Source Way(tm). Topic covers the tools and methods of opensource, how to use this methodology at your work place, and maybe even get paid to develop opensource.
9:00am–12:30pm Tuesday, 07/26/2011
Matthew McCullough, trainer for GitHub.com, and Tim Berglund, co-presenter of the O'Reilly Git Master Class, will guide you through the fundamentals of Git in three hours of lecture, discussion, and hands-on exercises.
1:40pm–2:20pm Thursday, 07/28/2011
In this talk we'll talk about the years events in open source at Google, including a breakdown of the Google code-in project and an update on the Summer of Code.
4:15pm–5:00pm Tuesday, 07/26/2011
Studying our most popular open source projects we find that 9 are significantly larger, roughly 10x, than any of the other projects. These "XtraLarge" projects have some notable characteristics that are interesting to anyone wanting to grow his/her open source project to similar magnitude and importance. Ex: All are collaborative non-profit community projects, with modular software architectures.
1:40pm–2:20pm Wednesday, 07/27/2011
Most mobile apps incorporate open source software, yet many of these apps may not be complying with open source licenses. The Free Software Foundation position is that iTunes and GPL are incompatible. This session will present research by OpenLogic on the use of open source software in mobile apps and the level of compliance with open source licenses.
10:40am–11:20am Thursday, 07/28/2011
The federal government created Meaningful Use certification to help promote the widespread adoption of Electronic Health Records. The first and only open source system to receive the certification is ClearHealth under the GPL. We'll take a crash course in Meaningful Use and what it takes to get compliant using open source systems.
11:30am–12:10pm Thursday, 07/28/2011
An overview of the current state of tools, groups, and collaborative efforts used to mitigate crisis situations that overwhelm local, state and federal response efforts. Looking at software tools from Ushahidi, Sahana, OpenStreetMap as well as Inveneo, OpenBTS, and more.
3:30pm–4:10pm Tuesday, 07/26/2011
In this session you'll learn about Oracle’s strategy for and inner workings of OpenJDK,
the community where the development of open source implementations of the Java Plaform, Standard
Edition takes place.
10:40am–11:20am Wednesday, 07/27/2011
In this talk, I will show how to develop a complete business application in a few minutes. The scenario will be based on a school management application need. The application will cover: planning of courses, management of students and teachers, different reports, workflow of courses, subscription and link to an internal documentation management system and a student portal.
10:00am–10:40am Friday, 07/29/2011
I've run the Open Source Lab for the last five years at some of the largest and most influential educational technology shows, including ISTE and CUE. Over the years I've gained some understanding of why and how Open Source Software is adopted (or not) by schools.