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Office Hours gives you a chance to meet face-to-face in a small group setting with expert OSCON presenters. Discuss the speaker's area of expertise, give feedback about their sessions, or ask questions.

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Office Hours will take place in the Expo Hall.

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    Expo Hall (Table D)
    Shadaj Laddad (School)

    Shadaj will be happy to chat about anything from Scala programming to technology in school and random middle school stuff. Bring him questions about:

    • Kids Programming: getting started, available tools, STEM and programming
    • Scala programming, bioinformatics algorithms, and android
    • Web development and game programming
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    Expo Hall (Table E)
    Dave Quigley (KEYW Corporation)

    In his ongoing campaign to demystify SELinux, David is tackle any and all SELinux topics, including:

    • General SELinux questions not answered during the tutorial
    • SELinux Internals questions (not covered at all during tutorial)
    • What it was like working on the SELinux team at the NSA
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    Expo Hall (Table A)
    Jono Bacon (XPRIZE Foundation)

    Bring Jono any questions on community management and leadership, hiring community managers, managing community relationships, and more, including the following:

    • Building collaborative workflow and tooling
    • Conflict resolution and managing complex personalities
    • Building buzz and excitement around your community
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    Expo Hall (Table B)
    Michael Hunger (Neo Technology)

    Graph Databases take a different approach than relational and aggregate oriented NoSQL databases. They make connections cheap and fast by making them an explicit part and a first-level citizen of your database. Michael will tell you more, and:

    • Help you to model your domain and use-cases in an interactive way
    • Discuss graph-enabled applications in general
    • Answer questions about the pros and cons of these technologies
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    Expo Hall (Table C)
    James Turnbull (Docker)

    Ready to give Docker a try? James is on hand to talk Docker with you and will answer your questions about getting started, and:

    • The Docker roadmap
    • Why to use Docker and use cases
    • Integrating Docker with Puppet, Chef, SaltStack, or Ansible
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    Expo Hall (Table D)
    Jess Portnoy (Kaltura Inc)

    Jess is available to talk about useful debugging tools, PHP-based apps, as well as some of her favorite topics such as:

    • Deploying and maintaining large scale video applications on the cloud
    • Managing open source projects as a commercial company
    • Open source development in general
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    Expo Hall (Table E)
    Francesco Cesarini (Erlang Solutions Ltd), Robert Virding (Erlang Solutions Ltd.), Marc Sugiyama (Erlang Solutions, Inc)

    Thinking of adopting Erlang or Elixir? Think you have the right use case? Concerned about selling a new technology to management and operations? The Erlang Solutions crew is ready to talk about how to introduce Erlang to your organization, including:

    • When to use and not to use Erlang
    • How to run an Erlang project and the advantages of running on the Erlang stack
    • How to support and maintain Erlang clusters
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    Expo Hall (Table A)
    C. Aaron Cois (Carnegie Mellon University, Software Engineering Institute)

    Constantine will be more than happy to discuss anything Node.js, or basically anything else related to programming, software architecture, web apps, etc. Let’s have some fun! Some suggested topics:

    • Node.js programming and design patterns
    • Event loops and high concurrency apps
    • Reactive apps and Meteor.js
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    Expo Hall (Table B)
    Harry Percival (Harry Percival)

    Whether the testing goat is steering you right or wrong, you’ll want to join Harry for an informal discussion of testing and TDD, including:

    • How to get started with testing and how to get the most value from it
    • The relative merits of pure isolated unit tests, integrated tests and functional tests
    • How to adapt your approach for different types of project.
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    Expo Hall (Table C)
    Emma Jane Westby (Freelance)
    Average rating: *****
    (5.00, 2 ratings)

    Git can be frustrating and opaque. It’s not you, it’s Git. Come ask questions about making Git work for you instead of feeling stuck in a detached HEAD state. Emma Jane will talk about the following:

    • Upgrading from a centralized system, to a distributed work flow
    • Improving team efficiencies with the right branching strategy (Gitflow? Github flow? something else?)
    • Tips for teaching your junior dev/designer/project manager/cat how to use Git
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    Expo Hall (Table B)
    Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.)
    Average rating: ****.
    (4.33, 3 ratings)

    Have you wondered about “big idea marketing”? That is, how to align what you do with big movements that lots of people care about? Tim has advice on this, on company culture, and whatever else you care to ask him about, including:

    • Startup and project pitches
    • How programming is changing in the era of cloud computing and DevOps
    • Why it’s important for coders to help improve government services (think of the healthcare.gov rescue effort)
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    Expo Hall (Table A)
    Moderated by:
    Renee DiResta (OATV)
    Panelists:
    Bryce Roberts (O'Reilly AlphaTech Ventures), Roger Chen (OATV)
    Average rating: ****.
    (4.50, 2 ratings)

    Got an Open Source project you’re thinking of turning into a startup? Got a startup you’re planning to raise funding for? Want help or feedback on your business plan?

    O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures is at OSCON and here to help. Come by and say hi!

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    Expo Hall (Table D)
    Tim Berglund (DataStax)

    Do you have questions on Apache Cassandra? Bring them to Tim during office hours. He’s also happy to chat about:

    • The technologies formerly known as Big Data
    • Technical training
    • Any other topics of mutual interest
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    Expo Hall (Table E)
    Jason Swartz (Netflix, Inc)

    Looking to get started with Scala? Jason is on hand to answer any of your questions, including:

    • How to get started with learning and developing in Scala
    • Why learning Scala may be useful to you
    • How Netflix is using Scala for rapid API development
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    Expo Hall (Table A)
    Michael Bleigh (Divshot)

    Michael is available to talk to you about single-page web applications, static site generators, static content hosting, as well as:

    • CORS web services
    • Browser technology
    • Web components
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    Expo Hall (Table B)
    Phil Webb (Pivotal)

    Come and ask Phil anything about Spring Boot or any general Spring Framework questions, including:

    • Developing micro-services with Spring
    • How Pivotal developed the new ‘spring.io’ website.
    • Being a full-stack Java developer
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    Expo Hall (Table C)
    Ken Walker (IBM Canada)
    Average rating: ****.
    (4.00, 1 rating)

    Need some advice on your next, great open source project? Ken is available to answer your questions on the following topics and others:

    • What are the benefits of the Eclipse Foundation when considering a home for your great open source project?
    • What is the current state of cloud IDEs and what features are missing that are preventing you from trying them out?
    • What open source components from Orion’s JavaScript libraries can you leverage in your own project?
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    Expo Hall (Table D)
    Wade Minter (TeamSnap), Andrew Berkowitz (TeamSnap)

    Wade and Andrew want to field your questions on applied improv for better communication, idea generation, and decision making. In general, they’ll discuss:

    • Growing a distributed engineering team
    • Building and maintaining culture in a distributed organization
    • Tools and tips for company communication
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    Expo Hall (Table E)
    Steven Pousty (Red Hat), Katie Miller (Red Hat)

    Are you ready to write your components in whatever language you want and put them where you want on your network? Then come talk to Steve and Katie about Vert.X. They’ll cover important topics like:

    • What does Vert.X look like?
    • Why do you care?
    • How do you get started?
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    Expo Hall (Table A)
    Heather VanCura (Java Community Process JCP)

    The Adopt-a-JSR and Adopt OpenJDK programs have gained world-wide community participation in the last two years. Come discuss the details with Heather and:

    • Find out how you can start contributing to creating better, more practical standards
    • Discuss upcoming changes aimed at broadening participation in the standards process
      *Tell Heather what you would like to see happen to enable your participation
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    Expo Hall (Table B)
    Paco Nathan (Liber 118)

    If you have questions about machine learning, math, and the shift from chasing algorithms to building data workflows, then Paco is the man to talk to. Bring him your questions on:

    • Just Enough Math (advanced math for business people for leveraging Big Data)
    • Data workflows and abstraction layers (Cascading, Apache Spark, etc.)
    • PMML use cases
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    Expo Hall (Table C)
    Luciano Ramalho (Python.pro.br)

    Come talk to Luciano about the Python Metaprogramming topics covered in his tutorial and sessions, listed below. The common theme is using the special methods defined in the Python Data Model.

    • Introduction to Python Metaprogramming
    • Idiomatic APIs with the Python Data Model
    • Python: Encapsulation with Descriptors
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    Expo Hall (Table D)
    Niklas Nielsen (Mesosphere, Inc.), Connor Doyle (Mesosphere, Inc.), Adam Bordelon (Mesosphere, Inc.)

    Bring Niklas, Connor, and Adam your questions about the Apache Mesos ecosystem, including:

    • Mesos for sysadmins: taking control of your datacenter with multi-tenancy and fault-tolerance
    • Mesos for distributed application developers: a distributed SDK in many languages
    • Using Docker and Linux containers in Mesos for packaging, deployment, and resource isolation
    • Migrating existing applications to Mesos using Marathon and Chronos.
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    Expo Hall (Table E)
    Brian Bulkowski (Aerospike)

    Stop by and talk to Brian about Flash and solid state drives, scaling real-time big data driven applications, and any of the following:

    • Storage options, what works, what doesn’t in flash
    • Architecting low latency, high throughput applications, cacheless architectures
    • Big data management with hadoop, storm, spark, noSQL
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    Expo Hall (Table A)
    Kara Sowles (Puppet Labs)

    Kara is always eager to swap user group tips with you. She’ll also discuss the following matters and others:

    • Unblocking common obstacles encountered by user groups
    • Crafting welcoming, friendly meetings and events
    • Planning the right events for your community
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    Expo Hall (Table B)
    Zach Supalla (Spark Labs)

    It’s now possible for startups who don’t have millions of dollars to build products as powerful and game-changing as Google’s Nest. Talk to Zach about the details, and bring questions on:

    • Developing an IoT product
    • Building a business on Open Source HW
    • Growing from a Kickstarter campaign to a business
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    Expo Hall (Table C)
    Josh Berkus (PostgreSQL Experts, Inc.)

    Josh Berkus will be happy to chat with you about PostgreSQL high-availability and scale-out techniques, especially on cloud hosting. This can include such topics as:

    • Connection pooling and load-balancing tools
    • Automated failover
    • RDS vs. roll-your-own on AWS
    • Scaling out multi-tenant apps
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    Expo Hall (Table D)
    Boyd Stephens (Netelysis)

    Boyd knows the intricacies of the money machine and where and when you can hack it. Bring him all of your related questions. He’ll be happy to talk about:

    • Is Creating a Business Really that Hard? Money Machines and the Lean Canvas
    • No Seed Funding, Venture Capital, Business Loans needed but…No Money/No Money Machine.
    • Scaling a Money Machine—the Buckyballs of Business.
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    Expo Hall (Table E)
    Deb Nicholson (Open Invention Network)

    Are you wondering how patents, copyright and trademark laws work for free and open source software projects? Deb will share her knowledge on these topics:

    • What does the future hold? eg. How is the landscape likely to change?
    • Will legislation or recent court decisions about patent trolls keep me from getting sued?
    • PS None of this is legal advice, just solid background knowledge!
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    Expo Hall (Table A)
    Florian Haas (hastexo)

    Tap Florian’s brains about all things OpenStack, making use of his broad experience in real-life production OpenStack deployments. Whether it’s OpenStack strategy, organizational concerns, or getting down into the nitty-gritty aspects of OpenStack technology, Florian will be happy to talk to you on these matters and others:

    • Which OpenStack vendor should I choose?
    • What’s the best available option for my needs in OpenStack storage, networking, compute?
    • Specific questions about using OpenStack in a public, private, or hybrid cloud environment.
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    Expo Hall (Table B)
    Andrei Alexandrescu (Facebook)

    Andrei will be happy to answer questions about the “move fast” side of Facebook, including:

    • Large-Scale Design at Facebook
    • The D programming language
    • Facebook’s software engineering culture
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    Expo Hall (Table C)
    Gian Merlino (Metamarkets), Fangjin Yang (Metamarkets)

    We’ll be happy to discuss real-time analytics with open source technologies. Topics might include:

    • Motivation for the Kafka, Storm, Hadoop, and Druid real-time analytics stack
    • Implementation details for those interested in trying the stack out at home
    • How to scale the stack and make it highly available
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    Expo Hall (Table A)
    Tim Bray (Independent)

    Are you worried about software, the Net, and life online? According to Tim, now is the time for sensible, reasonable, extreme paranoia. Come talk with him about these topics and others:

    • Privacy policy and technology
    • Public-key encryption
    • Identity federation
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    Expo Hall (Table D)
    John Griffith (SolidFire)

    Are you looking for answers about OpenStack? John is here to chat with you about the following:

    • Block Storage in OpenStack (Cinder)
    • Core OpenStack features/functionality
    • General OpenStack cloud questions
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    Expo Hall (Table E)
    Yoav Landman (JFrog), Baruch Sadogursky (JFrog)

    Yoav and Baruch will be glad to chat with you about all things CI/CD, including choosing the right build tools, automating your build, deployment and distribution process, and:

    • Speeding up development by dealing with bottlenecks in your CI/CD flow
    • Issues and solutions when moving to a cloud-based development stack
    • Using a binary repository as a critical key role in CI/CD
    • Distributing software releases all the way to end users
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    Expo Hall (Table A)
    Jerome Petazzoni (Docker Inc.)

    James has worked with Docker since its inception, and before that, built the dotCloud PAAS. He’ll be glad to share his experiences in those domains, and discuss everything about Docker and containers, including:

    • Security (how to make containers secure)
    • Orchestration (service discovery, network integration, scaling, fail-over…)
    • Containers for desktop applications
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    Expo Hall (Table B)
    Anne Ogborn (Robokind)

    Ann is ready to talk SWI-Prolog with you, including answering your general questions and helping you to get it installed. Following that, she will:

    • Help people through that ‘hey, 2+2 = 4 fails, wtf?’ stage
    • Laugh evilly when people mention tomcat
    • Discuss visitors planned uses for Prolog, and talk them out of the ‘wrap my rules engine in a real language’ mentality
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    Expo Hall (Table C)
    Benjamin Kerensa (Mozilla)

    If you’ve ever toyed with the idea of contributing to Firefox, Benjamin would love to talk to you about ways to make it happen. Bring your questions on:

    • Why Firefox OS matters
    • How Mozilla builds community
    • How you can contribute to Firefox
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    Expo Hall (Table D)
    Spencer Krum (HP), William Van Hevelingen (Portland State University)
    Average rating: *****
    (5.00, 1 rating)

    Spencer and William are ready to talk about all things Puppet related. They’ll also answer questions about:

    • Using Hiera to manage data
    • Interfacing with the community
    • Module best practices and testing
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    Expo Hall (Table E)
    Doris Chen (Microsoft)

    Doris is here to answer any of your questions from her talk on “Developing High Performance Websites and Modern Apps with JavaScript and HTML5,” specifically:

    • How to tackle real-world web platform performance problems in modern websites and apps
    • Network requests, speed and responsiveness, optimizing media usage
    • Tips and tricks to help you improve the performance of your apps and sites today
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    Expo Hall (Table A)
    Catherine Farman (Happy Cog), Corinne Warnshuis (Girl Develop It)

    You want to get more women involved in open source projects and communities. Catherine and Corinne want to help. Come talk about:

    • How to organize communities that are welcoming to women
    • Being an ally to underrepresented minorities in tech
    • Starting or helping a Girl Develop It chapter; nonprofits you can and should partner with both nationally and locally
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    Expo Hall (Table B)
    Jamie Allen (Typesafe)

    Reactive applications are taking over the enterprise world. Join me as we discuss various topics about Reactive, including:

    • How well do various technologies support the core Reactive tenets of Event-Driven, Scalable, Fault Tolerant and Responsive?
    • How do I leverage Open Source technologies to deploy an elastically Reactive application?
    • What is the role of Big Data in Reactive, and what tools can I use?
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    Expo Hall (Table C)
    Damian Conway (Thoughtstream)
    Average rating: *****
    (5.00, 1 rating)

    The professor is in. Talk to Damian about:

    • Perl 5
    • Perl 6
    • Vim
    • Presentation Skills
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    Expo Hall (Table D)
    Adam Culp (Zend Technologies)

    Adam is here for an open discussion of refactoring key topics, including—but not limited to—the following:

    • Getting started
    • When to refactor
    • Key indicators to trigger a refactor
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    Expo Hall (Table E)
    Benjamin Curtis (Honeybadger Industries)

    Want to learn more about machine learning? Benjamin is available to discuss machine learning techniques, especially those that are available as Ruby gems. He’ll talk about:

    • Machine learning with Ruby
    • Scaling Rails with PostgreSQL
    • Any other questions you want to bring up
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    Expo Hall (Table A)

    Garth has found that the topic of open source is a bit controversial when we start talk about applying it to the design process. He’d like to talk with open source contributors about:

    • How the design process could be worked into specific projects
    • The proposal that design should be done in the open
    • Rebuttals to said proposal, and anything else related to open source and the design process
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    Expo Hall (Table B)
    Michael Minella (Pivotal)

    Spring has made great strides in making enterprise development easier for the Java community. Michael is happy to discuss how this happened as well as:

    • How they are also making great strides in simplifying the development of other solutions.
    • How data integration, batch processing, and big data solutions are simplified when using Spring technologies.
    • General questions about Spring
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    Expo Hall (Table C)

    Joshua is available during office hours to talk to you about any of his favorite topics, listed below, or just ask him to rant about Java.

    • HTML Canvas
    • Bluetooth Low Energy
    • Wearable computing and Internet of Things
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    Expo Hall (Table D)
    Brian Troutwine (AdRoll)

    In his talk, Brian discussed the differences between the BEAM languages:
    Erlang, Elixir, LFE and Joxa, and advocates that each of these is applicable to a distinct, if slightly overlapping, engineering task. During Office Hours, he’d like to:

    • Discuss getting started with each of these languages,
    • Discuss the domain these languages succeed in (and where they fail) and
    • Share his own and hear other’s experiences with these languages in either production or hobby environments
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    Expo Hall (Table E)
    Scott Murray (University of San Francisco)

    Scott is here to answer your questions about data and successfully conveying meaning through well-designed graphics. He’ll chat with you about:

    • The data visualization design process
    • Related technologies, including d3.js and Processing
    • How we can all benefit by open-sourcing our processes
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    Expo Hall (Table A)
    Matt Stine (Pivotal)

    Matt would like to have have an informal chat about Java developers learning Go:

    • Why would a Java developer want to learn the Go programming language?
    • How does idiomatic use of Go interfaces encourage me to structure my programs differently (as opposed to Java’s object-oriented constructs)?
    • How does Go’s built-in concurrency features make writing concurrent software accessible to mere mortals?
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    Expo Hall (Table B)
    Kirsten Hunter (Akamai)

    If you want your APIs to amaze and delight your developer partners, bring Kristen all your API design questions, especially on:

    • API design process: how to plan and create an API that will be successful
    • Developer engagement and support, aka the care and feeding of your developer partners
    • Troubleshooting tips: how to help your customers debug and learn about your API
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    Expo Hall (Table C)
    Kelley Nielsen (Linux Foundation, Gnome Foundation)

    Kelley is here to talk to you about any of the stories she shared in her session, “Hacking the Kernel, Hacking Myself.” Specifically, she’ll discuss:

    • The very personal ways that outreach and mentoring affect new contributors
    • The changes in self-image that a new contributor may have to go through
    • The importance of introspection and self-knowledge to the process of becoming a contributor
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    Expo Hall (Table D)
    Michael Enescu (Cisco)

    Just as we became familiar with Cloud computing, along comes the next new thing. Michael can answer all your questions about Fog computing and more, including:

    • Fog computing, what is it, how did it evolve from cloud compute, where is it going?
    • IoT (Internet of Things) challenges in cloud computing: network challenges
    • Open Source projects in IoT
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    Expo Hall (Table E)
    Allison Mankin (Verisign, Inc.), Glen Wiley (Verisign, Inc.), Neel Goyal (Verisign, Inc.), Willem Toorop (NLNet Labs)

    Want to learn about getdns? Bring your questions to Glen, Neel, Willem, and Allison. Discover more about getdns, including:

    • getdns makes it easy to leverage DNS to create authenticated services with getdns modes
    • getdns was designed to optimize language bindings; presently it has Python and node.js bindings (with other bindings on the way
    • getdns is targeted to developers of many types of application, and a feature of it is to require little DNS expertise, while quickly providing both basic and advanced DNS capabilities.
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    Expo Hall (Table A)
    Gwen Shapira (Cloudera)

    Gwen has got answers when it comes to Hadoop, R, analytics and more. She’s happy to talk to you about any of the following and whatever else you’d like to bring up:

    • Getting started with Hadoop
    • R, Python and data analysis with Hadoop
    • Architecture, design and implementation of Hadoop Applications
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    Expo Hall (Table B)
    Stephen OSullivan (Silicon Valley Data Science)

    Come by and talk to Stephen about anything related to big data, Hadoop, and creating scalable, high-availability, data and applications solutions.

    • Data pipelines
    • Data platforms
    • Fourier analysis
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    Expo Hall (Table C)
    Francesc Campoy Flores (Google Inc.)

    If you’ve got questions about Go, you’re in luck. Francesc will answer questions about Go basics, programming in Go, organizing your code, and more including:

    • Go concurrency and concurrency primitives in Go
    • Using Go interfaces
    • Why Go interfaces are special: they simplify your code and break fictitious dependencies
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    Expo Hall (Table D)
    Drasko DRASKOVIC (nodesign.net)

    If you want to talk about topics on that thin line where hardware meets software, stop by and chat with Drasko about the following:

    • Electronic prototyping of connected objects for the Internet of Things from a designer’s point of view
    • Open HW – schematic modifications, component sourcing, production
    • What to do with the things: monitoring, data harvesting, remote control, sensors and actuators
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    Expo Hall (Table E)
    Rob Reilly (Rob Reilly Consulting)

    When it comes to hacking, Rob is your man. He’s ready to discuss all your hacker questions on the following topics and more:

    • Micro-controller Trends
    • How To Get Started Hacking And Making
    • Hacker Cross-Pollination With Artists, Scientists, Engineers, Students, And Suits
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    Expo Hall (Table A)
    Harrison Mebane (Silicon Valley Data Science), Stephen OSullivan (Silicon Valley Data Science)

    Can computers tell if trains run on time? Harrison and Stephen are glad to discuss this topic and other matters related to the Internet of Things and data, including:

    • Data pipelines
    • Data platforms
    • Fourier analysis
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    Office Hours
    Expo Hall (Table B)

    Come by and have an informal chat on MongoDB and Python-related topics, such as:

    • Questions about Python’s async frameworks
    • Questions about MongoDB in general
    • Questions on using MongoDB with Python
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    Expo Hall (Table C)
    Matt Ray (Chef Software, Inc.)

    Bring any and all Chef questions directly to Matt during his Office Hours. He’ll be ready to field all of these and more:

    • How Chef is used to manage the deployment of OpenStack and infrastructure on top of OpenStack
    • How to get started and get involved in the Chef and OpenStack community.
    • Any other Chef questions you may have.