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http://www.gluecon.com/2013/
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Tuesday, May 21, 2013
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5:00-8:00pmGluecon Hackathon and Workshops
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8:00-?Socialize in The Tap Room
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Wednesday, May 22, 2013
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7:30-5:00pmRegistration Open
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7:30-8:30amDanishes and Coffee
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Keynote Sessions
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8:30:00Opening Remarks - Eric Norlin
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8:30-9:00Keynote: Software Refined Networking - The Path To Hell Is Paved With Good Abstraction -- Chris Hoff (a.k.a., @beaker), Juniper Networks
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9:00-9:30Keynote: Cloud Native Applications: What Changed -- Adrian Cockcroft, Netflix
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9:30-10:00Keynote: Peter Biddle, Intel
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10:00-10:15Keynote: Ushering in the Bronze Age of Distributed Application Tooling - John Sheehan, Runscope
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10:15-10:30Morning Break
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Morning Breakouts
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Breakout 1Breakout 2Breakout 3Breakout 4Breakout 5Breakout 6
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10:30-11:30Building REST Data Services with MongoDB and Node.js
Matt Pardee, StrongLoop
An Introduction to the Emerging JSON-Based Identity and Security Protocols -- Brian Campbell, Ping IdentityDistributed Systems Anti-Patterns: Ways People Fail (And How Not To) -- Shanley Kane, BashoA Tale of Two Network (Stacks) : Why the network stack is stratified and SDN needs to get over it -- Lori Mac Vittie, F5 NetworksSolve the Cross-Cloud Conundrum with jclouds -- Everett Toews, Rackspace

Building a distributed data platform with Node.js, Storm, Kafka, and ZeroMQ -- Kyle Quest, CrowdStrike
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11:30-12:30Lunch
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12:30-1:00pmNetworking with Exhibitors
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Afternoon Tracks and Workshops
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Track 1: Mobility -- Sponsored by SAPTrack 2: APIsTrack 3: Cloud Operating Environment -- Sponsored by IBMWorkshop 1:Workshop 2: Workshop 3:
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1:00-1:15Track IntroTrack IntroTrack IntroBuilding using Netflix's Open Source Architecture -- Adrian Cockcroft, NetflixReal-time analytics: From zero to now - Nikita Shamgunov and Ankur Goyal, MemSQLHow to use the Salesforce Identity Platform: A Deep Dive -- Pat Patterson and Dave Carroll, Salesforce.com
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1:15-1:45Pitfalls of Common Mobile Development Shortcuts -- Rakesh Rao, AnyPresenceThe Death of the Web Page: Single Page Architectures and the Appification of the Web -- Steven Willmott, 3Scale
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1:45-2:15A Technical Look at the Past, Present, and Future of Mobile Development -- Mattieu Gamache-Asselin, ParseAn Architectural Look at Designing e-commerce APIs -- Saranyan Vigraham, BigCommerceCreate Your Computing Infrastructure with Python! -- Ed Leafe, Rackspace
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2:15-2:45An Enterprise Mobile Reference Architecture -- Sravish Sridhar, KinveyMachine Learning APIs (you probably didn't know about) -- Chris Ismael, MashapeAvailability During Cloud Outages: Multi-Regional, Self-Healing MySQL -- Sumeet Sheokand, GenieDB
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2:45-3:00DiscussionDiscussionDiscussion
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3:00-3:45Afternoon Break with the Ice Cream Parlor -- Sponsored by Google
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Afternoon Tracks and Workshops, Continued
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3:45-4:15Using in-app analytics to drive your app's business -- Chris Beauchamp, Kii Using Swagger to Build a Great API Interface -- Sumit Sharma, MulesoftDissecting AWS Detailed Billing Reports for Fun and Profit
-- Christian Beedgen, SumoLogic
Building using Netflix's Open Source Architecture, Cont'dReal-time analytics: From zero to now, cont'dHow to use the Salesforce Identity Platform, Cont'd
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4:15-4:45Designing a Beautiful REST+JSON API -- Les Hazlewood, StormpathBuilding for Gremlins: common pitfalls in the cloud and how to mitigate them -- Julia Ferraoili, Google
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4:45-5:00Track ClosingTrack ClosingTrack Closing
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Keynotes
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5:05-5:35Keynote: Developing and Testing in the Cloud
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5:40-6:10Startup Fest - sponsored by Alcatel-Lucent - featuring Nodefly, StrongLoop, Snowshoe and Carvoyant
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6:10-6:30Keynote: API Business Models: 20 Models in 20 Minutes - John Musser, Programmable Web/Alcatel-Lucent
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6:30-8:00Evening Reception
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8:00p-Midnight (?)Hackathon
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Thursday, May 23, 2013
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8:00-12:00pmRegistration Open
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8:00-8:30amDanishes and Coffee
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Keynote Sessions
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8:30:00Day 2 Begins
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8:30-9:00Keynote: Tim Bray, Google
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9:00-9:30Keynote: The New Kingmakers -- Stephen O'Grady, Redmonk
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9:30-10:00Keynote: Confessions of a tech CEO who still loves to code everyday -- Lew Cirne, New Relic
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10:00-10:30Keynote: TBA
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10:30-10:45Morning Break
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10:45-11:15Keynote: General Motors
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Breakout 1Breakout 2Breakout 3Breakout 4Breakout 5
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Morning Breakouts
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11:20-11:50Mo' Data, Fewer Problems: Building Web Applications With OpenStack Swift -- Orion Auld, SwiftStackE-commerce frameworks and Cloud Infrastructure Integration Dark Architecture and How to Forklift Upgrade Your Infrastructure with Zero Downtime -- Cory Von Wallenstein, Dyn
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11:50-12:50Lunch with Gluecon Exhibitors
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12:50-1:15Networking with Gluecon Exhibitors
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Afternoon Breakouts
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Breakout 1Breakout 2Breakout 3Breakout 4Breakout 5
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1:15-1:45Creating Sustainable Documentation with Jekyll -- Brandon West, SendGridNode.js is for APIs -- Mick Thompson, Code for AmericaDeveloping polyglot persistence applications -- Chris Richardson, VMWare
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1:50-2:20Analytics for Hackers: How to think about Event Data -- Michelle Wetzler, Keen IOHow to Design a Client to Consume an API (twilio)Start small and go big: getting the most from Google Compute Engine -- Joe Beda, Google
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2:25-3:00Processing Big Data in Real Time with a Distributed SQL System -- Ankur Goya, MemSQL(gnip)Software Defined Cloud Networking (Arista)
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3:00-3:15Afternoon Break
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3:15-3:45The Pros and Cons of Choosing Go -- Brady Catherman, ApceraEmail as a datasource for apps -- Tony Blank, Context.ioBuilding your own PaaS with Docker -- Jeff Lindsay and Solomon Hykes
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3:50-4:20Making Realtime Analytics Using Cassandra -- Christine Yen, Parse
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4:25-4:45Keynote: Rami Essaid, Distil.it and Announcing the Hackathon Winners
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4:45-5:00TBA: (laura)
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5:00:00Closing Comments
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