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Dallas2006Schedule

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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