EuroOSCON Sessions

One of the best reasons to attend EuroOSCON is the unprecedented gathering of top-notch presenters, leaders, and experts from across the globe. Core developers, lead users, entrepreneurs, hackers and visionaries share their knowledge with you.

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Sessions

Building a Multimedia Settop Box with VDR
Mirko Dölle
Track:Desktop Apps

Building Internet Applications with Mozilla XULRunner
Benjamin Smedberg, XULRunner Lead Developer, Mozilla Corporation
Track:Desktop Apps

Developing Berkeley DB Java Edition: Internals and War Stories
Charles Lamb, Architect, Oracle
Track:Databases

Being a MySQL Developer
Lars Thalmann, MySQL
Track:Databases

EU software patents reloaded
Florian Mueller, Founder, No Software Patents
Track:Emerging Topics

Jabber is way more than Instant Messaging
Florian Holzhauer
Track:Emerging Topics

The Grey Commons (w/ Palle Torsson)
Rasmus Fleischer, Piratbyran.org
Track:Emerging Topics

How OSS changes a goverment department
Walter Harms, Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz
Track:Emerging Topics

Managing your mobile devices
Harrie Hazewinkel, Director Professional Services, Funambol
Track:Emerging Topics

Freedom to Call, Freedom to Code
David Bitton, CEO, Wengo
Track:Emerging Topics

Music 2.0: The Coming Revolution
Colin Brumelle, Product Manager
Track:Emerging Topics

Exporting Affluence: Government Initiatives for Open Source and their Effects on Software Development
Matt Asay, VP, Business Development, Alfresco Software
Track:Emerging Topics

Open Usability
Jan Muehlig, relevantive AG
Track:Emerging Topics

Rolling Your Own Google Maps
Scott Davis, Senior Software Engineer, OpenLogic
Track:Emerging Topics

Making the Web of Things
Simon Wardley, COO, Fotango
Track:Emerging Topics

Jabber Bootcamp?
Ralph Meijer, Jabber Software Foundation
Track:Emerging Topics

TBD
Track:Emerging Topics

Ubuntu: Community Building for Human Beings
Jeff Waugh
Track:Emerging Topics

Dare, Care and Share
Tor Nørretranders, Writer
Track:Emerging Topics

My life has value! Making sense of public and private data on the Internet
Track:Emerging Topics

AllPeers: From Open Source to Open Media
Track:Emerging Topics

Guerilla Evangelism: Opening Closed Environments
Zak Greant, Director, Free Software and Open Source, eZ systems
Track:Business

Channeling Open Source in Europe
Ranga Rangachari, CEO, GroundWork Open Source, Inc.
Track:Business

Open Source for Fostering Local Development
Alexios Zavras
Track:Business

An economic interpretation of the evolution of the free/open source software.
Lorenzo Benussi, doc, university of turin
Track:Business

Making It Work: How to Build a Successful Open Source Project
Louis Suarez-Potts, Community Manager, OpenOffice.org/CollabNet
Track:Business

The Best and Worst of Open Source Business Tactics
Cliff Schmidt, Vice President of Legal Affairs, Apache Software Foundation
Track:Business

Design patterns for positive externalities
Marc Goldberg
Track:Business

Open Source @ openBC: How, Why and Where to?
Lars Hinrichs, Mr, openBC.com
Track:Business

Pigs and Butter -- what the Co-op Movement can Teach Open Source
Claus Dahl, http://www.classy.dk
Track:Business

Fast and Rich Web Applications with PHP 5
Rasmus Lerdorf, PHP
Track:PHP

Advanced Lucene
Grant Ingersoll, Senior Software Engineer
Track:Programming

The Apache DBD Framework
Nick Kew, WebThing Ltd
Track:Web Apps

Monitoring large scale web applications with Nagios
Pankaj Kaushal, Technical Yahoo!, Yahoo!
Track:Web Apps

colamo.org – Building the Next Generation Collaborative Mobile Groupware
Mirko Ross, colamo.org
Track:Web Apps

Lessons and Tips from the AJAX Frontline
Scott Dietzen, President and CTO, Zimbra
Track:Web Apps

Learning Ajax
Alex Russell, Project Lead, JotSpot
Track:JavaScript/Ajax

MAKE Fest

Make Magazine once again hosts Make Fest, an evening of inspiration, know-how, and spirited mischief-making. Expert makers share their projects, creations, and dirty little secrets. Embrace the technology in your life--join in, roll up your sleeves, and tweak technology to your will. It's like a Science Fair on steroids.
Location: Elizabeth Foyer