DunDDD Agenda

Although we are still waiting to hear back from a few speakers, most have now confirmed that they will be speaking at DunDDD on the 29th November.

As such here is the agenda as it currently stands

Time Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
08:30 Doors Open
09:20 Welcome & Housekeeping Welcome & Housekeeping Welcome & Housekeeping Welcome & Housekeeping
09:30 Phil Leggetter - Why you should be using Web Components. And How. Ashic Mahtab - Mining Massive Datasets Matt Lacey - Is your mobile app as secure as you think? James Garner - Nintendo DS Homebrew, 2014 Edition
10:30 Break
10:45 Gary Short - Hadoop Kickstarter for Microsoft Devs Neil Hillen - HTML5 Persistence TBA Colin Angus Mackay - Introduction to node.js
11:45 Break
12:00 DuyHai Doan - Apache Cassandra for Ops, the Dos and the Don’ts TBA James Baster - Turning Open Tech Calendar into an Open Source project TBA
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Jeremy Hanna - Spark on Cassandra Steve Spencer - Migrating Azure Cloud Services to Azure Websites and Webjobs Peter Shaw - Micro Service Architectures (and why Owin & Katana are going to be game changers) John Gallagher - How can we build a better community?
15:00 Break
15:15 Rob Ashton - Lessons learned writing a database in Clojure Tony Rogerson - NewSQL - Deliverance from BASE and back to SQL and ACID Chris Hillman - Making sense of free text Irina Bednova - What happens when you type into a terminal
16:15 Break
16:30 Mark Whitehorn - Exploring More Exotic Patterns in Data Karen Elizabeth Jefferson Petrie - What is Constraint Programming and why should you care? Michael Ewins - 5 steps toward faster web sites and html5 games Andy Cobley - Introduction to Storm
17:30 Close

To register for DunDDD go to http://dun.dddscotland.co.uk/registration

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About Colin Angus Mackay
I blog at ColinMackay.scot. I also talk at software development conferences.

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