DunDDD Agenda

Although we are still waiting to hear back from a few speakers, most have now confirmed that they will be speaking at DunDDD on the 29th November.

As such here is the agenda as it currently stands

Time Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
08:30 Doors Open
09:20 Welcome & Housekeeping Welcome & Housekeeping Welcome & Housekeeping Welcome & Housekeeping
09:30 Phil Leggetter – Why you should be using Web Components. And How. Ashic Mahtab – Mining Massive Datasets Matt Lacey – Is your mobile app as secure as you think? James Garner – Nintendo DS Homebrew, 2014 Edition
10:30 Break
10:45 Gary Short – Hadoop Kickstarter for Microsoft Devs Neil Hillen – HTML5 Persistence TBA Colin Angus Mackay – Introduction to node.js
11:45 Break
12:00 DuyHai Doan – Apache Cassandra for Ops, the Dos and the Don’ts TBA James Baster – Turning Open Tech Calendar into an Open Source project TBA
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Jeremy Hanna – Spark on Cassandra Steve Spencer – Migrating Azure Cloud Services to Azure Websites and Webjobs Peter Shaw – Micro Service Architectures (and why Owin & Katana are going to be game changers) John Gallagher – How can we build a better community?
15:00 Break
15:15 Rob Ashton – Lessons learned writing a database in Clojure Tony Rogerson – NewSQL – Deliverance from BASE and back to SQL and ACID Chris Hillman – Making sense of free text Irina Bednova – What happens when you type into a terminal
16:15 Break
16:30 Mark Whitehorn – Exploring More Exotic Patterns in Data Karen Elizabeth Jefferson Petrie – What is Constraint Programming and why should you care? Michael Ewins – 5 steps toward faster web sites and html5 games Andy Cobley – Introduction to Storm
17:30 Close

To register for DunDDD go to http://dun.dddscotland.co.uk/registration

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DunDDD 2013 – Registration is OPEN

DDD ScotlandWe are pleased to announce that registration for this year’s DunDDD event on the 23rd of November at the University of Dundee is now open. You can register for your FREE place at http://dun.dddscotland.com/registration

Session submission will close at 23:59 on Sunday 13th October so get your last minute submissions in!

All selected speakers will be contacted on Monday with confirmation and details.

Announcing DunDDD 2013

DDD ScotlandScottish Developers are pleased to announce that DunDDD 2013 will take place on Saturday 23rd November in the Queen Mother Building of the University of Dundee.

http://dun.dddscotland.com

This will be the 3rd DunDDD built on the popular foundation of the Developer! Developer! Developer! conference series which has spread to all corners of the UK and the international arena.  DDD conferences are community-run days where passionate and enthusiastic people come together to learn, share ideas, and to network within the many hubs of the development community. Best of all DDD events are free to everyone.

This year DunDDD will be featuring an entire track dedicated to Data Science.

Call for speakers

We are looking for sessions relating to all aspects of development from the code and technology level through to methodology and theory. DDD conferences are about sharing experience regardless of skill level so even if you have never spoken publicly before, are still studying at college or university and if you feel you have something to say, we would love to hear from you.

Sessions should be no more than an hour in length. Although we do recommend that you plan for at least 10 minutes of questions or discussion.

You can submit your sessions through our website at http://dun.dddscotland.com. Please feel free to submit more than one as we would love to see a wide variety of topics.

For more information as well as further updates, keep an eye on our blog or follow us on twitter – https://twitter.com/scottishdevs


DunDDD 2012 Agenda Published

DDD ScotlandWe are pleased to announce that after a small delay the #dunddd agenda is now LIVE! – http://dun.dddscotland.co.uk/agenda