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Keynotes
Location: Portland Ballroom
Jay Parikh (Facebook)
Average rating: ****.
(4.19, 37 ratings)
In this keynote, Jay Parikh will provide an overview of the Open Compute Project, a thriving consumer-led community dedicated to promoting more openness and a greater focus on scale, efficiency, and sustainability in the development of infrastructure technologies. Jay will give a brief history of the project and describe its vision for the future, focusing on two new projects within OCP. Read more.
Keynotes
Location: Portland Ballroom
Mark R. Shuttleworth (Canonical Ltd.)
Average rating: ***..
(3.42, 31 ratings)
Mark Shuttleworth, Founder, Canonical, Ltd. Read more.
Tools and Techniques
Location: Portland Ballroom
Damian Conway (Thoughtstream)
Average rating: ****.
(4.70, 40 ratings)
Once again Damian Conway returns from the untamed wilderness of deepest Vim, bringing with him yet another collection of tips, tools, and tricks to make your text editing still more unspeakably powerful. Read more.
Java & JVM
Location: E147
Nate McCall (Apigee)
Average rating: **...
(2.20, 5 ratings)
With a simple concurrency model, polyglot execution environment and powerful message passing framework, Vert.x is one of those projects that will make you go in search of a problem to solve just to learn more about it. This talk will walk through these features, introducing attendees to a powerful new way of writing applications. Read more.
Business
Location: D137/138
Richard Fontana (Red Hat, Inc.)
Average rating: ****.
(4.57, 7 ratings)
This talk will explore some of the legal and policy implications of "post-open source software" or "POSS", a purported phenomenon characterized by development on github, no explicit indication of open source licensing, and no concern for project governance. Is any of this real, and if so, is it actually a problem? Read more.
Perl
Location: E145
Mark Allen (Mark Allen)
Average rating: ****.
(4.80, 10 ratings)
The UserAgent module in the perl web library is tried and true, battle tested (and battle scarred), but sometimes you just want more from your web library - more speed, more features. And sometimes you want less - less typing, less boilerplate. This talk examines four excellent alternatives to LWP::UserAgent: HTTP::Tiny, Mojo::UserAgent, LWP::Curl and Furl. Read more.
Keynotes
Location: Portland Ballroom
Average rating: **...
(2.74, 23 ratings)
Come hear some thoughts about how licensing models affect building an open source community and how their use has evolved over time. Read more.
Mobile
Location: Portland 251
Mike Wolfson (Epocrates)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 6 ratings)
Android development is challenging. Fortunately, the developer tools provide a great deal of support, making the job more manageable, and a lot easier. I will show you many essential tools, tips and techniques that will increase your development productivity, and improve the quality of your code. Read more.
Operations
Location: Portland Ballroom
Phil Dibowitz (Facebook)
Average rating: ****.
(4.64, 11 ratings)
This talk looks at how Facebook has redesigned its configuration management system to handle a massive, dynamic, heterogeneous environment with a tiny team and open source software. We will look at the philosophy we use to manage our systems, the implementation of that philosophy, and how you can apply these ideas to any size server footprint, from a handful of servers to a global environment. Read more.
Open Hardware
Location: D135
Christopher Clark (SparkFun Electronics Inc.)
Average rating: ****.
(4.50, 4 ratings)
Releasing the source is only half the battle. Collaborating with the community to improve it is what can set an open source project apart. This session details the challenges faced by SparkFun Electronics as it pumped an entire catalog of open hardware projects into GitHub and began collaborating with the community to fix bugs, add features, and advance the technology. Read more.
Open Hardware
Location: D135
Andrew Cencini (Bennington College), Steven White (Nebula)
Average rating: ****.
(4.50, 2 ratings)
The OpenCompute Hardware Hackathon was designed to bring together electrical, mechanical and software engineers in order to design a novel, low-cost hardware contribution to the OpenComptue project. In this talk, we discuss our team's winning submission, as well as the ideas, people, tools and process that went into the hack. Read more.
Operations
Location: E146
Jason Cook (Fastly)
Average rating: ****.
(4.57, 7 ratings)
The performance of the network underlying our applications can have a dramatic effect on the experience of our users. This session will cover how to tune some of the interactions between TCP and your application to deliver solid performance over the public internet. Read more.

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