Conference Schedule - Feb 21, 2010

Time Exhibition Floor Developers Track Beginners Track Program Track A Program Track B Program Track C Try It Lab
Room Names Grand Ballroom Concourse A Concourse B Kennedy La Guardia Theater Lindbergh A
9:00am-10:00am Registration
10:00am-11:00am Exhibition Keynote 2 - Tarus Balog: So, You Think You Want to Start an Open Source Business
11:00am-11:30am Break

Rob Savoye

Gnash, The GNU Flash Player

Kyle Rankin

Linux Troubleshooting 2: Network

Mark Stone

Increasing Corporate Participation in Open Source

Jon Cruz

Why Color Management matters to Open Source and to You

Dan Bode

Introduction to Puppet

Shawn Anderson

Pew Pew: Writing Games with Ruby

12:30pm-1:30pm Exhibition Break

Akkana Peck

Featherweight Linux: How to turn a netbook or older laptop into a Ferrari

Justin Erenkrantz

The Apache Software Foundation: No Jerks Allowed

Russell Miller

Using open source for automated deployment

Michael Barrett

OpenSolaris: The Other White Meat

Solomon Chang

Linux Virtual Server
Caryl Bigenho
Sugar on a Stick - Exploring the OLPC
2:30pm-3:00pm Break

Randal Schwartz

Seaside: Your next Web


Larry Bushey

Linux For Windows Users

Jason Heiss

Application Packaging and Deployment with tpkg

Steve Oualline

Vim -- Taking it to the next level

Stephen Spector

Open Source Virtualization the Xen Way!
4:00pm-4:30pm Break
4:30pm-5:30pm Closed

Ragi Burhum

Building your own Google Maps using a complete Open Source and Open Data stack

Andrew Vandever

Bash Programming

Richard Fontana

Improving the Open Source Legal System

Bob Reselman

The 7 Rules for Writing World Class Technical Documentation

Jake Edge

Getting the word out: free software project promotion

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