Friday, October 21

Talk Schedule for Friday, October 21, 2016

 Find the talks you most wish to see.  You can click on a talk to see more detail about it.

8:00-9:00 am – Registration

 

Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, One Memorial Drive

Everybody step right up! It's time to register for the conference, get your badge and your bag, and meet friends both old and new.  Coffee will be served. You will need to show identification on the ground floor to gain entrance to the NERD center. As 9:00 am approaches, you'll travel to the MIT campus for the next event.

 

 

9:00-10:00 am – Keynote Address

 

Bartos Theater, MIT Media Lab

Keynote: Python Web Technologies

by Brandon Rhodes

Brandon, who has been using Python since 1997 or 1998 (the exact year has been lost to history), will share his perspective on the past, present, and future of Python for the Web.

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10:00-10:20 – relocate to Microsoft NERD Center

 

10:20-11:00 am – Talks and Demonstrations

 

Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, One Memorial Drive

Mann Room

Flexible Data Access with Graph APIs

by Laurence Rowe

With the digital experience spanning multiple platforms, we need data access APIs that support a variety of user interfaces built in different technologies.

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Sampson/Paul Room

Integrating SQL Data into your Plone Site

by Eric Steele

How to make external data act like Plone content.

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Adams/Attucks Room

Faceted Navigation in Plone 5

by Alin Voinea

Upgrading and developing for eea.facetednavigation.

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11:00-11:10 – Hallway Track

 

Move between rooms, grab a bite.  Talk amongst yourselves!

11:10-11:50 – Talks

 

Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, One Memorial Drive

Mann Room

Websauna

by Mikko Ohtamaa

A high level Python web framework that even military police can't break.

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Sampson/Paul Room

Filter Bubbles

by Guido Stevens

Guido riffs on the links between knowledge management theory, agile methodologies, the cold war, and more.

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Adams/Attucks Room

Plone Security in Context

by Alexander Loechel

Plone is one of the most reliable content management systems and it has a very impressive security track record compared to other relevant commercial and open source CMSes.

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11:50-12:00 – 

 

12:00-12:40 – Talks and Demos

 

Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, One Memorial Drive

Mann Room

Sampson/Paul Room

Making Workflows Work for You

by Stephan Richter

Stephan will describe the Zope-based workflow technologies he is currently working on.

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Adams/Attucks Room

Managing Video and VR Content with Plone

by Manabu Terada

Manabu will introduce two open source Plone add-ons that he and his colleagues have created.

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12:40-14:00 – Lunch

 

14:00-14:40 – Talks and Demos

 

Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, One Memorial Drive

Mann Room

Digital Marketing Platforms

by Ken Wasetis

Ken will explain how Plone enables and fits into a digital marketing platform.

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Sampson/Paul Room

Adams/Attucks Room

Transforming for the Future: A Swiss University Success Story

by Tom Gross

Tom will outline the development process, the tools used, and show some of the Plone code that made the relaunch of this site a success.

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Using Intranets to Manage Location Experience

by Armin Stroß-Radschinski

Multi-device experience is crucial when you visit a venue for an event or a business meeting.

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14:40-14:50 –

 

14:50-15:30 – Talks and Demos

 

Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, One Memorial Drive

Mann Room

We, Plone

by Eric Bréhault

Psychoanalysis of a community. Psychology of developers. What motivates "us", the Plone community?

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Sampson/Paul Room

Designing for a Strange CMS

by Doug Pfeffer

When designing the new KCRW website, the design firm had to hand off the complex design to be integrated into a CMS (Plone) they knew nothing about.

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Adams/Attucks Room

Plone Foundation Annual General Meeting 

Open to Plone Foundation members. Agenda to be published. 

See Maurits van Rees' notes

15:30-15:50 – Break

 

15:50-16:50 – Talks and Demos

 

Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, One Memorial Drive

Mann Room

(room reconfiguration) 

Lightning Talks

Lightning talks are quick off the cuff presentations that last up to FIVE MINUTES. Use them to rant, praise, muse, show off something you've done or something you think we need to know about! You will have a microphone, projector, and video projector.

See Maurits van Rees' notes

Sampson/Paul Room

(room reconfiguration)

Lightning Talks

 

Adams/Attucks Room

Birds of a Feather

Birds of a Feather (BOF) sessions are open sessions where like-minded people gather to discuss interests they have in common (similar to the "open space" concept).

 

16:50-17:50 – Closing Remarks

 

Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, One Memorial Drive

Mann Room

Sampson/Paul Room

 

Closing Remarks and Sprint Planning

Closing Remarks and Sprint Planning