20 Jan 2011 mjw   » (Master)

Free Java @ Fosdem Talk Schedule

FOSDEM, the Free and Open Source Software Developers' European Meeting

Saturday 5, Sunday 6 February 2011, Fosdem, Brussels, Belgium. Room AW1.125. Updated! Now with even more talks!

Saturday

When

What

Who

13:00-13:10

Welcome to Java Sans Frontières

Tom Marble

13:10-14:00

State of OpenJDK

Mark Reinhold, Joe Darcy

14:00-14:30

IcedRobot, the GNUlization of Android

David Fu, Mario Torre

14:30-15:00

break + group picture

15:00-15:20

Why Linux distributions hate Java

Thierry Carrez

15:20-15:40

The Java Packaging Nightmare

Torsten Werner

15:40-16:00

Guide to packaging for developers

Stanislav Ochotnicky

16:00-16:25

break

16:25-16:30

What makes IcedTea tick?

Mark Wielaard

16:30-17:00

What in the world is this ‘IcedTea-Web’ project?

Deepak Bhole

17:00-17:30

The Free javaws Implementation in IcedTea

Omair Majid

17:30-18:00

break

18:00-18:30

Lessons open sourcing Java taught me

Simon Phipps

18:30-19:00

The Rise and Fall and Rise of Java

Steve O’Grady

evening

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Sunday

When

What

Who

09:30-10:00

The Free Java Jigsaw Puzzle

Tom Marble

10:00-10:30

The Modular Java Platform

Mark Reinhold

10:30-11:15

Project Coin – Language Evolution in the Open

Joe Darcy

11:15-11:30

break

11:30-12:00

Observing HotSpot with SystemTap

Mark Wielaard

12:00-12:30

JamVM Gets a New Flavour: Porting JamVM to OpenJDK

Robert Lougher

12:30-13:00

IndyDroid – JSR 292 on Android

Rémi Forax

13:00-13:30

lunch and keysigning

13:30-14:00

Azul’s Foray into Open Source

Cliff Click

14:00-14:30

Free Java – Reasons to be cheerful!

Ben Evans, Martijn Verburg

14:30-15:00

PHP.reboot a dynamic language as fast as Java (almost!)

Rémi Forax

15:00-15:30

break

15:30-16:00

Rhino and RingoJS – server-side JavaScript on the JVM

Hannes Wallnöfer

16:00-16:30

AltosUI – Rocket Telemetry Ground Station

Bdale Garbee

16:30-16:55

Low latency in Gervill and JavaSound

Karl Helgason

16:55-17:00

Garbage Collection (wrap-up)

Tom Marble

Syndicated 2011-01-20 12:13:36 from Mark J. Wielaard

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