Thursday, October 20

Talk Schedule for Thursday, October 20, 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: The Super Integrator

Annette Lewis

Annette will walk us through the process she uses to go from design comps to finished site in 2 weeks - with everything done through the web.

Beginner Integrator Designer User Developer

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

Ethics of Digital Marketing Platforms

Ethan Zuckerman

Ethan will discuss the social, cultural, political, philosophical, and moral implications of these technologies.

Beginner Integrator Designer User Developer

Sampson/Paul Room

Learn How We Deliver. Continuously.

Nejc Zupan

How to keep customers happy by delivering features fast, and bug fixes almost immediately - without breaking stuff.

Expert Integrator Developer

Adams/Attucks Room

Faceted Searches with eea.facetednav

Alec Ghica

A step-by-step demo.

Beginner Integrator Designer User

Faceted Searches with collective.isotope

Paul Roeland

A step-by-step demo.

Beginner Integrator Designer User

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

When Plone Is Not the Right Fit

Carlos de la Guardia

What to use for web applications without a content management component?

Beginner Developer

Sampson/Paul Room

Docker and Plone

Alin Voinea

From development to continuous deployment.

Intermediate Integrator Developer

Adams/Attucks Room

Add Even Richer Interaction to your Site: plone.patternslib

Wolfgang Thomas

Making it easy to use JavaScript patterns in Plone 5.

Intermediate Integrator Designer Developer

11:50-12:00 – 

 

12:00-12:40 – Talks and Demos

 

Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, One Memorial Drive

Mann Room

Plone 5 versus Drupal 8: Civil Comparisons

Calvin Hendryx-Parker

An up-to-date and educated comparison of the latest versions of the two popular enterprise-grade CMSes from the perspective of Plone and Drupal experts.

Beginner Integrator Designer User Developer

Sampson/Paul Room

How to get Plone on your OpenStack Cloud

Serg Melikyan

A demo of automated deployments of Plone on OpenStack.

Beginner Integrator Developer

A Novel Undo Tool for Plone

Sean Upton

A user-facing restoration system built around zc.beforestorage.

Intermediate Integrator User Developer

Adams/Attucks Room

Is Plone a Good Choice for Large B2C Websites?

Lukas Guziel

What are the quick wins for companies using Plone for consumer oriented websites and applications?

Intermediate Integrator Designer Developer

Quaive: the Plone Intranet

Guido Stevens

A demo of Plone's intranet toolbox and its design-first methodology

Beginner Integrator User Developer

12:40-14:00 – Lunch

 

14:00-14:40 – Talks and Demos

 

Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, One Memorial Drive

Mann Room

The Headless CMS

Érico Andrei

It's all the rage. Érico explains how to do it with Plone.

Intermediate Integrator

Sampson/Paul Room

Making Everyone Happy

Jeff Bowman

Jeff will show us how Plone+Salesforce helps The Mountaineers, a diverse, volunteer-driven nonprofit, keep pace in the digital age.

Beginner Integrator User Developer

Adams/Attucks Room

To Infinity and Beyond with Plone 5

Rikupekka Oksanen

Rikupekka peeks into his university’s future with Plone 5 - what challenges they might face and what benefits they will get.

Beginner Integrator Designer User

14:40-14:50 –

 

14:50-15:30 – Talks and Demos

 

Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, One Memorial Drive

Mann Room

Greater Than the Sum of the Parts

David Glick

Lessons from integrating Pyramid, React, and Plone (and elasticsearch, and Salesforce, and a payment gateway, and...)

Intermediate Developer

Sampson/Paul Room

Static Websites with Lektor

David Baumgold

Static websites are back in vogue, and for good reason: they’re incredibly cheap, limitlessly scalable, and impossible to hack.

Intermediate Integrator Designer Developer

Adams/Attucks Room

Empowering Others by Removing Barriers

Gil Forcada Codinachs

Making life easy for code contributors.

Intermediate Integrator Developer

15:30-15:50 – Break

 

15:50-16:50 – Talks and Demos

 

Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, One Memorial Drive

Mann Room

Deployment Showdown

Sven Strack

Sven will host a live competition where entrants show how many different cloud platforms they can deploy a working Plone instance to in 15 minutes.

Beginner Integrator Developer

Sampson/Paul Room

Django + Salesforce

Bill Blanchard

Bill will describe how Salesforce.com can be used as a Django database backend.

Intermediate Integrator Developer

Modern LDAP User and Group Authentication

Jens Klein

An update on pas.plugins.ldap.

Intermediate Integrator

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 – Lightning Talks

 

Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, One Memorial Drive

Mann Room

 

 

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