B204

Open Source Bridge 2013 Birds of a Feather

Proposals for this room

* Clonezilla BoF (Confirmed)

Clonezilla is GPL software for system deployment. It’s similar to Symantec Ghost or Acronis True Image.This BoF is intended for system administrators at Opensource Bridge to meet and discuss any ideas and issues about Clonezilla they might have.
BOF 2013-05-30 03:51:51 +0000
Steven Shiau

* DevOps BOF (Confirmed)

The Portland DevOps group, PDXDevOps, would like to hold a BoF at OSB in place of its regularly scheduled meeting.
BOF 2013-06-11 22:39:41 +0000
Spencer Krum

Open Source Bridge 2013

Sessions for this room

Tuesday, June 18 - 10:00 AM

* Switching Teams: Moving an Application from MySQL to PostgreSQL

The true life story of switching database backends in our application.
Hacks
Julie Baumler
Tuesday, June 18 - 11:00 AM

* Running with Scissors: Open Source Team Dynamics

Team dynamics are tricky. They're different when you're volunteering your time, when you're working for someone, or when you're trying to build something and invite someone else to build other good things too.
Culture
Amye Scavarda
Tuesday, June 18 - 01:30 PM

* Expanding Your Empathy

I believe empathy is the core competency that is missing from much of the efforts to push the tech community in a direction towards more diversity of all kinds. Companies, communities and conferences cannot expect everything to magically change until they're willing to go deep and examine the systemic patterns and structures that keep underrepresented communities from feeling safe and welcome in the tech space.
Culture
Kronda Adair
Tuesday, June 18 - 02:30 PM

* Innovating Faster with a Micro-Service Architecture using SBT, Continuous Delivery, and LXC

A case study of the tools and techniques used at Gilt Groupe to develop and deploy a system composed of over 200 micro-services.
Cooking
Kevin Scaldeferri
Tuesday, June 18 - 03:45 PM

* Hacking social software with pump.io

pump.io is a platform for people who love writing social software and hate ever-changing terms of service. It's an Open Source, federated social network that works! And it's fun, too.
Chemistry
Evan Prodromou
Tuesday, June 18 - 04:45 PM

* Moonlighting in Sunlight

How to deal with legal issues around having a day job and working on open source projects on the side.
Business
Paula Holm Jensen
Wednesday, June 19 - 10:00 AM

* How to multiply small integers while <del>Markus</del> human

Thank you! I'm glad someone read the description of this talk on line and remembered to answer Aardvark -- if you hadn't done that, the excerpt wouldn't have actually been part of the talk, and the very fabric of reality could have been threatened!
Chemistry
Markus Roberts
Wednesday, June 19 - 01:30 PM

* HackRF: Software Defined Radio for Software People

Getting into Software Defined Radio (SDR) used to require extensive hardware knowledge, but easy-to-use platforms like HackRF are changing that. The GNU Radio software framework is also easier to work with than it once was. I'll show you how to get started with the software side of SDR and cover the essential techniques needed to discover, analyze, and produce radio signals with GNU Radio and HackRF.
Hacks
Michael Ossmann
Wednesday, June 19 - 02:30 PM

* Polling: It's Good Enough for the WWW & It's Good Enough for You

Lately everyone loves pushing: you get push notifications on your iOS device, cloud to device messages on your Android device, and something about web sockets. Pushing seems natural. "Hey! I have some data for you, let me send it to you," says the pusher. Too bad it doesn't scale effectively.
Cooking
Jessica Lynn Suttles
Wednesday, June 19 - 04:45 PM

* PHP for Pirates: pillaging interactive debugging from Ruby and JavaScript.

It's sad that in 2013, var_dump and die are still two of the most common debugging and reflection techniques in PHP. Let's explore the state of interactive debugging in PHP, compare it with what's available in other languages, and apply this with practical tools and techniques which can be used today.
Cooking
Justin Hileman
Thursday, June 20 - 10:00 AM

* "Give me money" or "join me in doing this great thing"? A workshop on asking for donations from individuals

If you care about a project or cause, but fear adding individual fundraising to your business plan, come to this long-form workshop. By the end, you will enthusiastically seek out opportunities to ask for money and know how to build a strong community of support over time.
Business
Kellie Brownell
Thursday, June 20 - 01:30 PM

* Leveling up in DevOps: the Art of Bad Shell Scripts

What are the core differences in a DevOps intern, a beginner DevOpsian, and a senior DevOpsian?
Culture
Emily Slocombe
Thursday, June 20 - 02:30 PM

* DIY: Creativity and Open Source

Panelists will discuss their uses of open source tools in creative applications, from design to art to hardware.
Culture
Melissa Chavez, Sarah Sharp, Cloë Latchkey, Cameron Adamez
Thursday, June 20 - 03:45 PM

* PostgreSQL Replication - The Most Exciting Technology on Earth

This electric discussion will journey through several available methods of replication using PostgreSQL.
Chemistry
Edward Snajder
Thursday, June 20 - 04:45 PM

* Intel Atom for Makers and the DIY Community

Learn about the MinnowBoard, a new open source embedded hardware platform for hackers and makers.
Cooking
Scott Garman