Tuesday April 17

Registration

Registration begins at 7:30 AM. Bring a copy of your ticket. Have a Student ID ready if you purchased a Student Ticket. Come early to avoid long lines!

Welcome

Welcome by Todd Lewis, All Things Open Conference Chair; Overview of the Day’s Schedule

Keynotes - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

You Want to Contribute to Open Source, But…Why?

VM (Vicky) Brasseur

Keynotes - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

How JavaScript Became a Legitimate Open Source Enterprise Application Platform

Mark Hinkle

Keynotes - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

FOSS It Up, With Women!

Jigyasa Grover

Keynotes - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

Heroic and Inspiring Tales of Open Source

Danese Cooper

Break

Engineer/Developer - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

A DevOps State of Mind with Microservices, Containers and Kubernetes

Chris Van Tuin

Developer - Ballroom 1B

You XSS Your Life - JavaScript XSS vulnerabilities

David Rogers

Processes/Admin - Conference Room 2A

Open Source Licenses 101

Jeffrey Kaufman

Case Study/Demo - Conference Room 1C

Heroic and Inspiring Tales of Open Source

Danese Cooper

Emerging - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

Raspberry Pi with Serverless on the Side

Matthew Williams

Break

Engineer/Developer - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

What You Should Know About Container Security

Anthony Chow

Developer - Ballroom 1B

Introduction to GitHub - Extended Session

Tommy Byrd

Processes/Admin - Conference Room 2A

Find and Choose an Open Source Project

VM (Vicky) Brasseur

Processes - Conference Room 1A

Turn Your Open Source Knowledge Into A Real Business

Sameer Maggon

Case Study/Demo - Conference Room 1C

Best Practices in Starting an Open Source Project for Companies

John Mertic

Emerging - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

Real-World, Open Source, End-to-End JavaScript in IoT

Kris Borchers

Lunch

Enjoy lunch on us! Lunch will be served from 11:45 AM – 1:00 PM

Engineer/Developer - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

Progressive Web Apps - What, Why & How

Jennifer Bland

Engineer/Developer - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

Choosing the Right Open-Source Database

Peter Zaitsev

Processes/Admin - Conference Room 2A

Making the Jump from Contributor to Community Manager

Mary Thengvall

Processes - Conference Room 1A

Introduction to Git for Non-Developers

John Anderson

Case Study/Demo - Conference Room 1C

Mainframe Isn't Dead: How Open Mainframe Project is enabling the next gen of enterprise computing

John Mertic Len Santalucia

Emerging - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

Algorithmic IT Operations – The Machines Are Coming

Sergey Razin

Break

Engineer/Developer - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

PouchDB - The Offline Database

Tom Wilson

Developer - Ballroom 1B

Testing 101

Maria Liberovsky

Processes/Admin - Conference Room 2A

CLI Wizardry - A Friendly Intro To sed/awk/grep

Jim Salter

Processes - Conference Room 1A

Open Source Projects vs Open Source Products

Robert Treat

Case Study/Demo - Conference Room 1C

Room Detective: A Real-World IoT Solution

Garth Henson

Emerging - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

Mind Blowing Internet of Things (IoT) Projects with Azure Services

Dan Thyer

Break

Engineer/Developer - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

Messaging at Scale with Open Source

Chad Cravens

Developer - Ballroom 1B

Jack of Trades, Development with Vue

Tirell Mckinnon

Processes/Admin - Conference Room 2A

Avoiding the DevOps Pit of Misery: Tips from the trenches

Jason Hibbets

Processes - Conference Room 1A

How Build Your Small Business with Big Talent Using Open Source

Erich Lee

Case Study/Demo - Conference Room 1C

Making the Move to Linux from an Enterprise Perspective

Thomas Panetti

Emerging - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

Understanding How to Implement Alexa Home Automation Skills

Jeremy Proffitt

Break

Engineer/Developer - Main Stage - Ballrooms 2 & 3

ChatOps 101 - What is it and why do I need it to thrive in an open source world?

Craig Vitter

Developer - Ballroom 1B

Introduction to ReactJS

Steve Pietrek

Processes/Admin - Conference Room 2A

Getting to Done on the Command Line

Kevin Sonney

Case Study/Demo - Conference Room 1C

Open Source Applied - Real World Use Cases

Justin Reock

Break

Keynote

Todd Lewis, Chair of All Things Open will do end of day Thank You’s and a giveaway.