• Earn a $50 Amazon gift card for testing a new product from the makers of PBworks. Click here to apply.

  • If you are citizen of an European Union member nation, you may not use this service unless you are at least 16 years old.

View
 

Dallas2006Schedule

Page history last edited by PBworks 13 years, 10 months ago

Saturday, Jan 28, 2006

 

Operations Room (3 Projectors)

 

11:00-12:00 Web Services with Ruby - Adam Keys

 

12:00-12:30 Community Office Space - Raven Zachary presentation posted

 

01:00-02:00 Lunch

 

02:00-02:45 Greasemonkey - Jeremy Dunck

 

02:45-03:00 Learn JavaScript - Anthony Lewis

 

03:00-03:30 BarCamp Austin - William Hurley

 

03:30-04:00 Rethinking E-Mail - Mike Menefee

 

04:00-05:00 Lightning Talks

 

05:00-06:00 Dinner

 

06:00-06:15 Open Source Projects with Trac - Alex Leverington

 

06:15-07:15 An Introduction to Flock - Chris Messina

 

07:15-08:00 Supporting Open Source Projects - Raven Zachary & Chris Messina

 

Little Room (Plasma Screen)

 

11:30-12:00 Rich Internet Applications: AJAX vs. Flash - Jeff Corkran

 

12:00-12:30 XSL:FO - Greg Pierce

 

12:30-01:00 ResearchWith.Us Product Launch - Evan Kriegshauser

 

01:00-02:00 Lunch

 

02:00-03:00 UTD Autonomous Underwater Vehichle Project & Roomba - Mike Menefee

 

03:00-03:30 Ruby on Rails Community Brainstorming - Adam Keys

 

03:30-04:00 What's New in Desktop Linux - Joseph Hill

 

04:00-05:00 Asterisk Implementation/Discussion - Kevin Marvin

 

05:00-06:00 Dinner BattleBots Discussion - Logan Davis

 

Mash Pit (Right from Ops Room)

 

12:00-12:30 Playing Well with Your Sysadmin - Grant Scofield

 

12:30-01:00 Roomba Hacking - Mike Menefee

 

01:00-02:00 Lunch OpenQRM: Going Open Source - William Hurley

 

02:00-03:00 You Talking To Me? Relevancy - Jay Fichialos & Candy Bernhardt

 

03:00-03:30 Rethinking RSS Readers - Stefan Constantinescu

 

03:30-04:00 Latent Semantic Analysis/Search - David Hagar

 

04:00-05:00 Documenting Rich Internet Applications - Jay Fichialos

 

05:00-06:00 Dinner