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Schedule overview for 10/21/2008

B5-7
8:30 Mobile 2.0 Brian Fling (Fling Media)
13:00 RIA and Ajax Security Workshop Alex Stamos (iSEC Partners, Inc.)
B8-9
8:30 TBC
13:00 Pitch Camp x.0 – How to Pitch Your Company for Fame and Fortune Robert Goldberg (Crossroads Ventures), Ted Shelton (The Conversation Group), Mike Butcher (TechCrunch), Olivier Creiche (Six Apart), Simon Levene (Accel Partners), Patrick Liechti (Sun Microsystems, Inc.), Matt Marshall (VentureBeat), Maximilian Niederhofer (Atlas Ventures), Mehrdad Piroozram (iSteps Widget Ventures), Jens Redmer (Google), Carsten Rudolph (Microsoft), Rob Schiller, Reshma Sohoni (Seedcamp), Yossi Vardi (International Technologies)
C1
8:30 Building Successful Next Generation Web 2.0 Applications Dion Hinchcliffe (Dachis Group), Luca Zappa (Reply - TamTamy.com)
13:00 TBC
16:15 Plenary
Room: C1
Opening Welcome Jennifer Pahlka (Code for America), Brady Forrest (O'Reilly Media, Inc.)
16:20 Plenary
Room: C1
O'Reilly Radar Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.)
16:45 Plenary
Room: C1
A Conversation with Yossi Vardi Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Yossi Vardi (International Technologies)
17:15 Plenary
Room: C1
Startup Ignite Brady Forrest (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Lukasz Gadowski (Team Europe Ventures Ltd.), Mike Butcher (TechCrunch), Christophe Maire (Nokia Ltd)
A3-4
8:30 Collaboration Techniques that Really Work - Productivity, Creativity and Consensus Leisa Reichelt (Australian Government, Digital Transformation Office)
13:00 Improving Your Site's Usability - What Users Really Want Leisa Reichelt (Australian Government, Digital Transformation Office)
A5
8:30 Adobe Flex and AIR Boot Camp Duane Nickull (Adobe Systems)
13:00 S60 Web Runtime - a Piece of Widget Cake! Petro Soininen (Nokia Inc)
A6
8:30 TBC
13:00 You Need to Mash it Up...The New Way to Build Attractive Web 2.0 Solutions - IBM Mashup Center Hands On Holger Seubert (IBM), Bernd Beilke (IBM), Torsten Hoffmann (IBM), Chris Gruber (IBM)
11:30 Lunch
Room: A1-2
8:30-11:30 (3h) Development
Mobile 2.0
Brian Fling (Fling Media)
Web 2.0 completely redefined how we make and use web sites. Now with the iPhone and other modern mobile devices, this same revolution is coming to the mobile space, but on a far more massive scale as internet-enabled mobile devices overtake the number of desktop and laptop computers. We call this Mobile 2.0.
13:00-16:00 (3h) Development
RIA and Ajax Security Workshop
Alex Stamos (iSEC Partners, Inc.)
The internet industry is currently riding a new wave of investor and consumer excitement. This workshop is intended to introduce the advanced web developer to the most important security flaws currently plaguing the Web, demonstrate how these flaws can be used in real life, and teach the mitigation techniques developers can use to prevent security bugs.
8:30-11:30 (3h)
Session
To be confirmed
13:00-16:00 (3h) Strategy & Business Models
Pitch Camp x.0 – How to Pitch Your Company for Fame and Fortune
Robert Goldberg (Crossroads Ventures), Ted Shelton (The Conversation Group), Mike Butcher (TechCrunch), Olivier Creiche (Six Apart), Simon Levene (Accel Partners), Patrick Liechti (Sun Microsystems, Inc.), Matt Marshall (VentureBeat), Maximilian Niederhofer (Atlas Ventures), Mehrdad Piroozram (iSteps Widget Ventures), Jens Redmer (Google), Carsten Rudolph (Microsoft), Rob Schiller, Reshma Sohoni (Seedcamp), Yossi Vardi (International Technologies)
Have you ever wondered how to impress an inscrutable Venture Capitalist, convince a doubting journalist or perfect the guaranteed door opener for a partner? Then this workshop is for you.
8:30-11:30 (3h) Strategy & Business Models
Building Successful Next Generation Web 2.0 Applications
Dion Hinchcliffe (Dachis Group), Luca Zappa (Reply - TamTamy.com)
This in-depth workshop provides an exploration of the next generation of techniques for creating compelling and highly competitive web applications. Designed especially for the web architect and product manager, this session closely examines the latest trends, best practices, and emerging techniques for leveraging Web 2.0 concepts in web applications to achieve high levels of growth.
13:00-16:00 (3h)
Session
To be confirmed
16:15-16:20 (5m) Keynote
Opening Welcome
Jennifer Pahlka (Code for America), Brady Forrest (O'Reilly Media, Inc.)
Opening remarks.
16:20-16:45 (25m) Keynote
O'Reilly Radar
Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.)
TBD
16:45-17:15 (30m) Keynote
A Conversation with Yossi Vardi
Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Yossi Vardi (International Technologies)
TBD
17:15-18:00 (45m) Keynote
Startup Ignite
Brady Forrest (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Lukasz Gadowski (Team Europe Ventures Ltd.), Mike Butcher (TechCrunch), Christophe Maire (Nokia Ltd)
TBD
8:30-11:30 (3h) Design & User Experience
Collaboration Techniques that Really Work - Productivity, Creativity and Consensus
Leisa Reichelt (Australian Government, Digital Transformation Office)
Turn collaboration from 'touchy feely' to super productive with a tool kit of techniques to use in your team when you need to come up with new ideas, devise solutions, agree on priorities and much more.
13:00-16:00 (3h) Design & User Experience
Improving Your Site's Usability - What Users Really Want
Leisa Reichelt (Australian Government, Digital Transformation Office)
This session takes a broad look at delivering the best possible experience to users of your website or application. Covering experience strategy, usability, design, features, visitor patterns, information architecture, email marketing - this session is ideal for anyone who wants to optimise their site for increased user happiness, which in turn will lead to more sales!
8:30-11:30 (3h) Development
Adobe Flex and AIR Boot Camp
Duane Nickull (Adobe Systems)
This half-day workshop is for those who have little or no experience with Flash, Flex, or Adobe AIR and want to learn how to program and build applications. This session is an intensive hands-on boot camp and attendees will leave with tons of code, knowledge, and resources to continue learning.
13:00-16:00 (3h) Development
S60 Web Runtime - a Piece of Widget Cake!
Petro Soininen (Nokia Inc)
Widgets are the current big thing out there. They are small applications created to save your time, keep you up to date or just to tease your brain. In these sessions we will give you an overview and technical info related to S60 Web Runtime Widgets and the development process.
8:30-11:30 (3h)
Session
To be confirmed
13:00-16:00 (3h) Sponsored Sessions
You Need to Mash it Up...The New Way to Build Attractive Web 2.0 Solutions - IBM Mashup Center Hands On
Holger Seubert (IBM), Bernd Beilke (IBM), Torsten Hoffmann (IBM), Chris Gruber (IBM)
IBM® Mashup Center is designed to provide an easy to use business mashup solution, supporting line of business assembly of dynamic situational applications - with the security and governance capabilities IT requires
11:30-13:00 (1h 30m)
Break: Lunch