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Saturday 6th March

Go to schedule for friday 5th. March.
Also remember Perl Copenhagen hackathon.

  Lightning Development aid & eGov Sysadm Tutorials Tutorials Devices & programming Perl
Room Bogladen Aud. 3 Aud. 2 Aud. 1 2A-14 2A-12 3A-12
09:00 - 09:55   Tomas A. Krag
Using Open Source Software in the non-profit sector
  Kenneth Geisshirt
Tutorial: Kinder Surprise for developers - an introduction to Javascript
Jacob Nordfalk
Workshop: Machine translation with Apertium
Rasmus Ulslev Pedersen/Eric Arsenau
Martin Berends
Perl 6 Implementations in March 2010
10:00 - 10:55 Cancelled Jonas Gamalielsson
Assessing the Health of Open Source Communities
Pim van Pelt
A look into Google's Infrastructure
Moritz Lenz
Parsing with Perl 6
Mads Chr. Olesen
Lars Ole Belhage
Speed up your day-to-day work: The MultiCore Challenge
11:00 - 11:55 Rolf Ask Clausen
Arduino? Open source-elektronics
Nikolaj Hald Nielsen
From Consumer to Creator - The Lego Generation in the Digital Age
Jochen Maes
Djagios: A Nagios frontend
  Ole Tange & Hans Schou
100% uptime - or we send our apologies
Thorbiörn Fritzon
On Semantics – The Role of Meaning and Intention in Software Systems
Carl Masak
Only Perl can parse Perl 6
Pim van Pelt
SixXS: an IPv6 tunnelbroker
Jesper Jarlskov
Ubuntu DK - spreading Linux to human beings
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch
13:00 - 13:55 Brian Jacobsen
Talking OSS with your CFO
Christian Lanng
We like sunshine here. How open-source and cloud is revolutionizing government IT in Brazilian government and what we could learn in Europe
Neale Ferguson
Open Solaris on IBM System Z Hardware
Tobias Oetiker
Tutorial: How to bring Webpages to Life with jQuery and Javascript
Ole Tange
Parallel - build and execute command lines from standard input in parallel
Jesper Brouer
Challenges and experiences with IPTV from a network point of view
Jonathan Worthington
Solved in Perl 6
Federico Bruni
Free Music Notation for everyone
Dennis Andersen
Event maps
14:00 - 14:55 Jesper Louis Andersen
Martin von Haller Grønbæk
Distribution in Open Source
Björn Rodén-
Implementing highly available systems
Mads Toftum
DTRACE Tutorial
Rune M. Friborg
PyCSP controlled concurrency
open source hardware
Rasmus Bjerngaard - Entrepreneurs: How to get funding for your open source business idea
Alex Farcet
All action, no talk with Startup Weekend on April 9th
15:00 - 15:55 Aslak Ransby:
Labitat fixes the world - From zero to hack in six months
Peter Toft
BoF: I want a refund for my unused Windows7 license
Magnus Hagander
Temperature Rising: Hot Standby in PostgreSQL 9.0
Allan Foster
Tutorial: Using OpenSSO in a opensource project
Per Bækgaard
Myth or Bust: Changing your TV habits efficiently
Peter Makholm,
Perl 5 isn't so bad after all
Michael Pedersen
Taesk CMS - How to keep web development simple
Lau B. Jensen
Clojure, a Lisp-1 seated on the JVM
16:00 - 16:55 Kenneth Geisshirt
Emacs Orgmode
Peter Aagaard Kristensen
My first Android port
Jacob Emcken
Emacs GIT integration
Peter Toft
Emacs - seek, and ye shall find
17:00 - 18:30 Dan Klein
Planning our futures: Evolution or Revolution?
18:30 - 21:00 Beers and small talk in the Scroll Bar

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