Space-Time Matrix

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Space-time matrix

This page will be built up during the event as the agenda unfolds and will become something like 2011's - eventually.

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Space-time Matrix

Day 1

Time Bal de Mer Kydonia Elyros Library Library (also)
0900-0930 Intro to Open Spaces: topics, participants, self-organsation, ....
1000-1100 Future of Java - Convenor: Alvaro (discussion) Testing (general) - Kerstin (general discussion)
1130-1220 continued continued
1220-1230 Check-out: renegotiating the programme (come to the main plenary room with those with whom you are negotiating). Check which sessions you might join tomorrow and identify who to talk to for more info. in the meantime

Day 2

Time Bal de Mer Kydonia Elyros Library Library (also)
0900-0930 Check-in at the main plenary room: announcing programme changes, etc. (ALL)
0930-1030 Happy Teams and Deadlines - Rabea and Kon How to make money in open source - Jeff Scala and JEE - Elisabeth Kasimir and Ant Kutschera Objective C runtime vs JVM - Rich P. ...
1030-1130 Obscure JDK features - Thomas Managing large multi-tool global projects - Kate Android's VM
1130-1220 Web GL - shader coding in the browser - Thomas Deadlock Busting - Heinz and Kirk
1220-1230 Check-out: renegotiating the programme (come to the main plenary room with those with whom you are negotiating). Check which sessions you might join tomorrow and identify who to talk to for more info. in the meantime
.......
1800-1900 Lightning Talks

Day 3

Time Bal de Mer Kydonia Elyros Library Library (also)
0900-0910 Check-in at the main plenary room: announcing programme changes, etc. (ALL)
0915-1015 GIT Enterprise - Marc Development and Testing Tools - Michael Hunger IDEs mostly writing plugins etc. for/with Eclipse and Netbeans - Rabea and John Swing and RAD - Andrew Hamilton and Ignasi ...
1030-1130 UNSAFE - how to do pointer arithmetic in Java - Heinz Enterprise Log Monitoring - using log4j - Maz To OO or not to OO - Jesper Udby
1130-1220 0xCAFEBABE (jvm byte code) - Marc Building custom profiles - why and how plus Hotspot serviceability agent in Java 7 - Kirk Parallel programming (advanced) - Michael Hunger Lean Software Development - Dmitry
1220-1230 Check-out: renegotiating the programme (come to the main plenary room with those with whom you are negotiating). Check which sessions you might join tomorrow and identify who to talk to for more info. in the meantime

Day 4

A work in progress:

Time Bal de Mer Kydonia Elyros Library A Library B Lobby
0900-0910 Check-in at the main plenary room: announcing programme changes, thanks all round, etc. (ALL)
0915-1015 Collections and Lambdas in Java 8 - Ignasi and Kon Analysing heap dumps and optimising performance - John Introduction to JavaFX - Jim Deadlock Busting 3 and 4 - Heinz
1015-1115 Reading GC logs - Kirk Java 8 - Date Time - Jim Hands on with Legacy Coding - Ignasi Java Application Architecture - modularity patterns - Thomas
1130-1220 OpenCL and Java GPU - Kirk Neo4J - Tutorial from the book Seven

databases in seven weeks - Michael Hunger

Modern CPU and Java - Dmitry Adopt a JSR or JCP - community participation and experiences in running a Java user group - Kon Java on GNU Linux and Java Packaging - Pantelis
1220-1230 Closing, reminder to contribute outputs, exchange contact details, ....

Day 5

09:00 - 12:30: Informal hackathon for all those interested.

See also

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