Morrison

Also known as the Marion Miller Room, bottom floor.

Open Source Bridge 2010 Birds of a Feather

Sessions for this room

Tuesday, June 01 - 07:00 PM

* Opening up Your Gov: Stakeholders Forum

Transparency advocates, government data owners/shepherds, technologists , privacy advocates, policy analysts and wonks and anyone else with an interest in what it takes to create an open government meet to discuss their needs and challenges from their perspective in an open and facilitated forum.
BoF
Deborah Bryant
Tuesday, June 01 - 08:30 PM

* NoSQL - will relational alternatives finally catch on?

A general discussion of NoSQL databases, what they're good for and where they fit in the database world.
BoF
Kimbro Staken
Wednesday, June 02 - 07:00 PM

* Civic Engagement Meetup

Come talk to other Portland software developers about how to engage with each other, the city of Portland, the Portland Development Commission.
BoF
Christie Koehler, Audrey Eschright
Wednesday, June 02 - 08:30 PM

* Open Data BoF

A gathering for all those interested in open data, including government data, open data APIs, geodata, open social data, and more.
BoF
Kirrily Robert
Thursday, June 03 - 07:00 PM

* PDXPHP meetup / Details of HipHop for PHP from the source: Haiping Zhao of Facebook

PHP Meetup with Haiping Zhoa, Rasmus and others.
BoF
Sam Keen, Haiping Zhao

Open Source Bridge 2010

Sessions for this room

Tuesday, June 01 - 10:00 AM

* The Return of Command-Line Kung Fu

A follow-on to last year's highly popular presentation, Hal Pomeranz returns with another super-size helping of command-line madness!
Cooking
Hal Pomeranz
Tuesday, June 01 - 01:30 PM

* Node.js and you

Node.js is one of the most exciting things to happen to server-side development in the last few years. Here you'll find out why Node.js is a perfect fit for your next project and a better fit than existing languages for modern web development.
Cooking
Mikeal Rogers
Tuesday, June 01 - 02:30 PM

* JIT-Compiling Domain Specific Languages

During this talk, we will survey real-world implementations of JIT-compiled embedded DSLs and their applications.
Hacks
Jeremy Voorhis
Tuesday, June 01 - 03:45 PM

* The Open Geo Stack

Location and mapping are making a huge impact on the web and mobile. Open Source is right there. Learn the elements of the geo stack, from mapping APIs to geo databases.
Cooking
Adam DuVander
Tuesday, June 01 - 04:45 PM

* Housetruck: Building a Victorian RV

As a "software person," I found the hard technologies of building with steel and wood made for a very different creative and hacking process. At the same time, I discovered many parallels to software development, embedded hardware, and even open-source philosophies.
Hacks
John Labovitz
Wednesday, June 02 - 10:00 AM

* Organizing user groups, a panel discussion

User groups are a vital part of the open source community. Learn more about how to start a group, keep it going, and make an existing group better from a panel of experienced user group organizers.
Culture
Igal Koshevoy, Jesse Hallett, Eric Wilhelm, Christie Koehler, gabrielle roth, Audrey Eschright, Sam Keen
Wednesday, June 02 - 01:30 PM

* Introduction to MongoDB

MongoDB is an open source, high-performance, schema-free, document-oriented database that is rapidly gaining in popularity among web developers. In this talk we'll introduce MongoDB and the features that make it great choice for your web applications.
Cooking
Michael Dirolf
Wednesday, June 02 - 02:30 PM

* Hacking Space Exploration

From creating remote-sensing CubeSats to analyzing aerogel: how the public is hacking into open source space exploration.
Culture
Ariel Waldman
Wednesday, June 02 - 03:45 PM

* Cassandra: Strategies for Distributed Data Storage

Cassandra is an open source, highly scalable distributed database that brings together Dynamo's fully distributed design and Bigtable's ColumnFamily-based data model. In this talk we'll discuss the strategies Cassandra employs to provide an eventually consistent data model.
Chemistry
Kelvin Kakugawa
Wednesday, June 02 - 04:45 PM

* Drizzle, Scaling MySQL for the Future

Current state of Drizzle.
Hacks
Brian Aker
Thursday, June 03 - 10:00 AM

* Professional JavaScript

JavaScript is a unique and powerful language. Its ubiquity in the browser and its elegant concurrency model make JavaScript an ideal tool in a number of situations. Learn about the best ways to use and to understand this language from a full-time JavaScript professional.
Chemistry
Jesse Hallett
Thursday, June 03 - 01:30 PM

* Infrastructure as Code

Learn how to manage your infrastructure as source code - from provisioning to application deployment and everything in between.
Cooking
Adam Jacob
Thursday, June 03 - 02:30 PM

* Relational vs. Non-Relational

What kind of database do you need? Thanks to new database projects like CouchDB, TokyoCabinet, Solr and others, there are more non-relational database options available than ever for developers. Yet good information on how to choose what kind of database you need is still scarce. We'll cure that in this talk.
Cooking
Josh Berkus
Thursday, June 03 - 03:45 PM

* A day in the life of Facebook Operations

A look at the tools and practices used at Facebook to support the #2 site in the world.
Cooking
Tom Cook
Thursday, June 03 - 04:45 PM

* Your Internets are Leaking

Using your computer on a public network is like having a conversation on a city bus: people you don't know can hear everything you say. They'll probably be polite and ignore you, but you still might not want to shout out your credit card number. Yet this is what your computer does. All the time. And you don't know it.
Cooking
Reid Beels, Michael Schwern