Monday October 19

Registration

Registration begins at 7:00 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 to Raleigh by Mayor Nancy McFarlane & Overview of the Day by Todd Lewis, All Things Open Chairman

Keynote

Mark Skarpness – Director of Embedded Software, Open Source Technology Center at Intel / Sarah Novotny, NGINX / Brandon Philips – Chief Technology Officer, CoreOS / Jim Whitehurst – Chief Executive Officer, Red Hat

Break

UI/UX/Design - Room 301A

How Constraints Cultivate Growth

Shay Howe

Front-End Dev - Room 306C

Beginner's Guide to Angular 2.0

Kevin Hennessy

Back-End Dev - Room 302A

GitHub 101: An Introduction

Lee Faus

Operations - Room 305B

HIG for the Unix Shell

Klaatu Einzelganger

DevOps - Room 306A

Containers & Security

Thomas Cameron

101 - Room 307

Understanding Open Source Licenses

Jim Jagielski

Security - Room 302C

Advanced Anti-Fraud Techniques

Jeff Prestes

Databases - Room 301B

Apache Spark: Lightning Fast Cluster Computing

Eric Mizell

Big Data - Room 304

Solr for Data Science

Grant Ingersoll

Case Studies - Room 303

Creating an Open Source Office: Lessons from Twitter

Chris Aniszczyk

Break

UI/UX/Design - Room 301A

Sass To The Future

Hampton Lintorn Catlin

Front-End Dev - Room 306C

Choosing a Front End Framework

Pam Selle

Back-End Dev - Room 302A

Contributing to Open Source

Gunnar Wagenknecht

Databases - Room 301B

Taking Cloud Databases to the Edge

Jeff Sloyer

Operations - Room 305B

Move Over, Rsync

Jim Salter

Emerging - Room 302B

Bitcoin, the Blockchain, and Open Source

Eric Martindale

DevOps - Room 306A

Docker: Everything You Should Know

Aaron Huslage

Cloud - Room 306B

Managing Networks in a Software-Defined Future

Jeff Gehlbach

Security - Room 302C

Fighting Survailance with a Distributed and Federated Net

Frank Karlitschek

Big Data - Room 304

IoT with Apache ActiveMQ, Camel & Spark

Burr Sutter

Case Studies - Room 303

Netflix Architecture, Open Source, Zero to Docker

Andrew Spyker

Lunch

Enjoy lunch on us! Lunch will be served in the main lobby from 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM.

Lunch

The award-winning documentary “Code: Debugging the Gender Gap” will be shown to conference attendees and the general public, courtesy of Red Hat. The movie will begin at 12:15 pm EST and last 1 hour 20 minutes. It will be shown on the main stage in the 4th floor Grand Ballroom.

Keynotes - Grand Ballroom

Panel: Cultivating Diversity and Inclusion in Projects, Communities, and Companies

Caroline Simard DeLisa Alexander John William Templeton Nithya Ruff

Break

UI/UX/Design - Room 301A

OpenSource is Ugly: Improving UI & UX

Garth Braithwaite

Front-End Dev - Room 306C

Consequences of an Insightful Algorithm

Carina C. Zona

Back-End Dev - Room 302A

Performance Profiling Tools & Tricks

Brad Blake

Operations - Room 305B

NGINX

Sarah Novotny

Emerging - Room 302B

Open Source & The Internet of Things - Connectivity

Mark Skarpness

DevOps - Room 306A

Application Containers Stack, rkt to Kubernetes

Brandon Philips

101 - Room 307

Google Summer of Code 101

Carol Smith

Big Data - Room 304

Real Time Analytics with Open Source

Fangjin Yang

Business - Room 305A

GPL Enforcement is Good for Business

Bradley Kuhn

Case Studies - Room 303

Many Ways to Move the Needle on Open Source

Guy Martin Nithya Ruff

Break

UI/UX/Design - Room 301A

Hostile Design

Cynthia Savard Saucier

Front-End Dev - Room 306C

Vagrant 101: Development Environments Made Easy

Seth Vargo

Back-End Dev - Room 302A

Test-driving Your Rails Infrastructure with Chef

Nathen Harvey

Databases - Room 301B

Fall in Love with Graphs and Metrics Using Grafana

Torkel Ödegaard

Operations - Room 305B

SystemV Startup Versus Systemd

David Both

Emerging - Room 302B

Prototyping for IoT

Erica Stanley

DevOps - Room 306A

Using DevOps Tools for Modern Data Centers

Sean Cavanaugh

Cloud - Room 306B

Cloud Foundry (Extended Session)

Joshua McKenty

101 - Room 307

Introduction to Web Concepts

Sarah Kahn

Big Data - Room 304

Designing Scalable Data Pipelines with Apache NiFi

Ricky Saltzer

Business - Room 305A

Designing the Start-Up You Always Wanted to Work For

Leah Silber

Break

UI/UX/Design - Room 301A

The Lonely Road of SVG

Adrian Pomilio

Front-End Dev - Room 306C

TDD with TypeScript, AngularJS and Node.js

Jakub Jedryszek

Back-End Dev - Room 302A

Internet Archive: Universal Access. Open APIs

Alexis Rossi Vicky Brasseur

Databases - Room 301B

Push Databases: A better way to build realtime apps

Slava Akhmechet

Operations - Room 305B

Provisioning Servers Made Easy

Greg Bruno

Emerging - Room 302B

The Future is Language

Hampton Lintorn Catlin Michael Lintorn Catlin

DevOps - Room 306A

Containers and Configuration Management

Greg DeKoenigsberg

Cloud - Room 306B

Cloud Foundry (Extended Session)

Joshua McKenty

Security - Room 302C

Distributed Autonomic Security Evolves Rapidly

David O’Berry

Big Data - Room 304

Become Data-Driven with Hadoop/Spark-as-a-Service

Andrew Oliver

Business - Room 305A

Just Be Nice: Rethinking Tech Hiring

Mark Lavin

Case Studies - Room 303

Open Source Principles for Better Engineering Teams

Brandon Keepers

Break

Keynote

Harper Reed – Chief Executive Officer, Modest Inc.

Afterparty

Social @ Jimmy Vs - 420 Fayetteville St, Raleigh, NC 27601. Free drinks thanks to our wonderful sponsors, followed by a special event in Raleigh City Square, for attendees of All Things Open.

Speaker/Sponsor Dinner

Speaker/Sponsor Dinner

Tuesday October 20

Registration

Registration begins at 7:00 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

Keynote

Mark Russinovich – Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft Azure / Isabel Jiminez – Distributed Systems Engineer, Mesosphere / Jono Bacon – Senior Director of Community, XPRIZE Foundation / Joshua McKenty – Field CTO, Cloud Foundry

Break

Mobile - Room 306A

No Bars, No Problem! Always Available App Bars

William Hoang

Front-End Dev - Room 306C

The ES6 Conundrum - Advancing Javascipt Without Breaking the Web

Christian Heilmann

Front-End/Back-End Dev - Room 302C

Integration Testing with Selenium

Hans Buwalda

Back-End Dev - Room 302A

The Current Messaging Landscape: RabbitMQ, ZeroMQ, nsq, Kafka

Michael Laing

Databases - Room 301B

Graphs are Eating the World

David Fauth

Emerging - Room 302B

Drones with Javascript

Adrian Pomilio

Cloud - Room 306B

OpenStack 101

Mark Voelker

101 - Room 307

Living an Open Source Life

Tarus Balog

Community - Room 305B

How to Build Community the Open Source Way

Jason Hibbets

Open Data & Open Government - Room 305A

Open Data is Dead, Long Live Open Data!

Mark Headd

Break

Mobile - Room 306A

Open Source for the iOS Developer

Brendan Lee

Front-End Dev - Room 306C

Ember.js: The Framework For Creating Ambitious Applications

Yehuda Katz

Front-End/Back-End Dev - Room 302C

Professional AngularJS Development

Valeri Karpov

Back-End Dev - Room 302A

Delivery Free of Charge

Lee Faus

Databases - Room 301B

MySQL's New Secure By Default Installation

Dave Stokes

Emerging - Room 302B

Prototyping Wearable Devices Using Javascript

Lance Gleason

Cloud - Room 306B

Interoperability at OpenStack Foundation

Chris Hoge

Case Study/Demo - Room 303

How Facebook Open Sources at Scale

Christine Abernathy

Community - Room 305B

Growth Hacking to Build Community

Alberto Roca Ginny Ghezzo Jen Wike Huger

Open Data & Open Government - Room 305A

How Open Data Can Transform Science

Abigail Mayes

Lunch

Enjoy lunch on us! Lunch will be served in the main lobby from 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM.

Keynotes - Grand Ballroom

Lightning Talks Hosted By Opensource.com

Jason Hibbets

Keynote

Pam Selle – Software Engineer & Author, the Webivore.com / Christian Heilmann – Senior Program Manager, Microsoft

Break

Design/UX/UI - Room 301A

Secure by Design

Jade Applegate

Front-End Dev - Room 306C

Conventional APIs with JSON API

Steve Klabnik

Front-End/Back-End Dev - Room 302C

Jenkins 101: Continuos Integration with Jenkins

Lorelei McCollum

Databases - Room 301B

Scaling with MySQL: To Shard or Not to Shard

Peter Zaitsev

Case Study/Demo - Room 303

Data Management for Grown Ups

Terrell Russell

Open Data & Open Government - Room 305A

Power to the People: Transforming Government with Open Source

Kaitlin Devine

Break

Mobile - Room 306A

Giving a URL to All Objects using Beacons²

Jeff Prestes

Design/UX/UI - Room 301A

Improve Your Workflow With Modular Sass

Bermon Painter

Front-End Dev - Room 306C

React Native

Christine Abernathy

Front-End/Back-End Dev - Room 302C

Javascript TDD with Jasmine, Karma, and Gulp

Jason Krol

Databases - Room 301B

MariaDB for the Enterprise

Max Mether

Emerging - Room 302B

Dear Open Source: Please help. Love, Manufacturing

Andy Robinson

101 - Room 307

GitHub 101: An Introduction

Lee Faus

Open Data & Open Government - Room 305A

The “Government” Does Not Have A Plan For Open Data

Jason Hare

Break

Break

Design/UX/UI - Room 301A

Choosing a Javascript Framework

Pam Selle

Front-End Dev - Room 306C

Building Reactive, Realtime Apps Without Writing Javascript

Bryan Powell

Front-End/Back-End Dev - Room 302C

Introduction to RUST

Steve Klabnik

Back-End Dev - Room 302A

How to Build Your First Web App in Go

Andy Watson

Databases - Room 301B

MongoDB 101

Valeri Karpov

Emerging - Room 302B

Storm, When Apache Spark Doesn't Cut It

Ian Pointer

101 - Room 307

Get Involved!

Brandon Mathis

Community - Room 305B

Savvy Social Media for Open Source Communities

Rikki Endsley

Open Data & Open Government - Room 305A

An Open Solution For North Carolina: Using OpenPublic on Openshift for a Unified Web Presence

Billy Hylton Felicia Haynes

Break

Keynote

Conference Wrap-Up, Recognitions & Giveaways

Afterparty

Join us is the Warehouse District of downtown Raleigh as we play 50 classic arcade games, pinball, skeeball, and shuffleboard and enjoy some of the best drinks known to man! Attendees will receive game tokens and drink tickets as we say goodbye TOGETHER until we meet again in 2016. Always a very popular way to close things out. Location: Boxcar Bar + Arcade, 330 W. Davie Street, Raleigh, just three blocks from the Marriott Hotel and the Convention Center.