Time table

ImageWe are proud to present the program for Open Source Days 2011 - held at Saturday march 5th. This is where you find the arguments to convince your boss.

It's your opportunity to meet - share - experience and learn from collegues, from friends, from exhibitors and from the open source speakers. In essense - this is what it's all about - time to recharge your brain with new ideas.

There will be no proceedings, but slides will be publicly available through our website.

Update: All slides that we have recieved are now available together with the abstracts.

  Main Development Community Business Lightning talks The guru is in.. Tinker track
Room K.S.43 (100 pers) K.S.48 (72 pers) K.S.54 (72 pers) K.S.71 (50 pers) K.1.50 (48 pers) K.1.46 (48 pers) K.1.43 (32 pers)
08:30 - 09:00 Registration
Breakfast sponsored by One.com
09:00 - 09:55 Colin Percival
Opening keynote: FreeBSD on Amazons EC2 cloud
10:00 - 10:55 Søren Hansen
OpenStack - Open source cloud computing
Roar Hylleberg
Python 3: The snake is no more a teenager! What is new and how to get onboard
Noirin Shirley
Open Source: Saving the World
Morten Siebuhr
Event-based programming in Node.js
Kim Alex Olsen and Theis Mackeprang
An introduction to TinyShell
Jesper K. Pedersen
An introduction to programming with Qt for the desktop
An introduction to Arduino
Casper Thomsen
Relaunching Version2 on Drupal 7
Introducing Kanal TUX
11:00 - 11:55 Dr. Karl-Heinz Strassemeyer, IBM
Lunch keynote: From Linux to the OpenSource Cloud
Thomas Ammitzbøll-Bach
Ryan Ozimek
Leading large open source projects with 100% volunteer support
Mikkel Høgh
Drupal 7 - the tool to build your next website
Kenneth Yrke Jørgensen
OSS development with launchpad.net
Kenneth Rohde Christiansen
Thomas Flummer, Labitat
Developing a custom Arduino based board in a hackerspace
Jon Bendtsen
NUT - Network UPS Tools - shutting down gently
Esben Haabendal
Open Embedded Lite - OE-lite
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch
13:00 - 13:55 Brian Eberhardt, SuperUsers
iPhone programming with iOS - Including the Open Standards and Open Source perspective
Jesper Louis Andersen
From less(1) to ISO: How the BitTorrent protocol works
Robert Scheck
Fedora - Community-based Development
Per Rosenquist, IBM
Hardware Assisted Linux Virtualization - State of the Art
Troels Vognsen
Supporting a virtualization infrastructure with Open Source components
Patrick Koetter
Building Mail Content Policies with amavis
Christian Perti, Open Space Aarhus
Pushing the state of the art of Open Source 3D printing
Benny Nissen
Internet password database with Javascript encryption
Søren Schrøder
The lazy bastards shortcut to secure FreeBSD maintenance
14:00 - 14:55 Magnus Hagander
A look at the elephants trunk - PostgreSQL 9.1
Peter Toft and Jesper Pedersen
Open source from both sides - the developers and the developers.
Mads Doré Hansen
Making a business using Open Source in a embedded world
Kim Alex Olsen, Miracle
Tuning (RHEL) Linux for Oracle
David Stodolsky
WikiPlan: A relational economy?
Ralf Hildebrandt
Dovecot 2.0 - the perfect companion to Postfix
Tansen Burkhardt, Labitat
Steffen Poulsen
Distributed Monitoring with Nagios
Martin Møller Skarbiniks Pedersen
LPI - The vendor-independent certification program
15:00 - 15:30 Coffee break
15:30 - 16:25 Leif Lodahl
OpenOffice.org transformation to LibreOffice - Why and how?
Robert Scheck
Building RPMs made easy
Kristian Nielsen
Latest news from the MariaDB (and MySQL) community
Peter Makholm
Have you tried this at home?
Jonas B. Nielsen
Using Jenkins for Continuous Integration of Perl components
Henrik Kramshøj, Solido
Network Management using Mostly Open Source
Flemming Frandsen, Open Space Aarhus
HAL900: Open Source, Electronic Access Control
David Christian Askirk Fotel
UOPR - Uno Operation Plan Response
Roar Hylleberg
How to bring the full advantage of the OSS effort to the average Windows user
16:30 - 17:30 Paul Fenwick
Evening keynote: World's Worst Inventions
17:30 - 20:00 Beers and small talk

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