Wednesday, October 19

Talk Schedule for Wednesday, October 19th

 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: Plone Futures

by Eric Steele

Eric will talk about the latest Plone developments - like the Rest API and the new approach to tiled layouts - that will make it even easier to support digital experiences.

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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

Plone Server

by Ramon Navarro Bosch

An experimental new approach to Plone's backend was developed at the Barcelona sprint this summer.

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Sampson/Paul Room

Tao of CSS

by Rob Porter

Lots of cool things can be done with CSS these days.

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Adams/Attucks Room

TTW Content Types

by Fulvio Casali

A demo of Plone's through the web content type development tool.

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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

REST API

by Timo Stollenwerk

Timo will describe the exciting work done at the Barcelona sprint on plone.restapi.

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Sampson/Paul Room

Reporting Databases

by Lennart Regebro

What to do when you can't create a typical database report.

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Adams/Attucks Room

Accessibility

by Paul Roeland

What accessibility means and why it is vital to your whole process, from design to devops to content creation and curation.

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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

A Pinch of Indirection

by Sean Upton

And don't cut yourself chopping onions - practical tips for using component architectures.

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Adams/Attucks Room

TTW Tiled Layouts with Mosaic

by David Bain

A demo of Plone's through the web layout tool.

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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

Sampson/Paul Room

PDB Like a Pro

by Philip Bauer

How to become a better programmer through debug-driven development.

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Adams/Attucks Room

Non-Plone Development with Plone

by Eric Bréhault

Being able to develop custom features on top of Plone without knowing Plone internals is critical for Plone's future, and it is now possible.

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TTW Customization with Rapido

by Eric Bréhault

A demo of Plone's through the web customization tool.

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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

From Zero to Plone: Towards Faster Developer Onboarding

by David Bain

The heart of this talk is about making it easier for new developers to get started with Plone.

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Sampson/Paul Room

Adams/Attucks Room

Creating Collections

by Franco Pellegrini

A demo of Plone's through the web tool for creating dynamic collections of content.

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Getting Things Done with Content Rules

by Cris Ewing

A demo of Plone's through the web tool for making things happen based on content actions.

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15:30-15:50 – Break

 

15:50-16:50 – Talks and Demos

 

Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, One Memorial Drive

Mann Room

The ZODB

by Jim Fulton

Jim, the father of Zope, will talk about recent improvements and what lies ahead.

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Sampson/Paul Room

The Future of Plone: Thoughts from a Marketing Perspective

by Johanna Lenhard

Johanna will walk us through some marketing insights and present ideas about how to push Plone brand awareness.

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Adams/Attucks Room

 

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