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Defrag Monday Nov 4th
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7:30a - 8:30aDanishes and Coffee
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http://defragcon.com/2013/
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7:30a - 5:00pDefrag Registration Open
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8:30a - 8:45aOpening Remarks - Eric Norlin
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8:45a - 9:15aThe Identity Manifesto: Seven Points On The Future of Identity -- R Ray Wang, Constellation Research
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9:15a - 9:45aGood Question -- Paul Kedrosky, SK Ventures, Bloomberg, Kauffman Foundation
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9:45a - 10:15aSoftware is Eating the Datacenter -- Dheeraj Pandey, Nutanix
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10:15a - 10:30aMorning Coffee Break
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10:30a - 11:00aSecurity before convenience, and other lies -- David Meyer, OneLogin
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11:00a - 11:30aUnpacking Data's Baggage: Lessons from Airport Security -- Stephen Messer, Collective[i]
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11:30a - 12:00pJerry Colonna and Brad Feld on the Emotional Challenges of Entrepreneurship
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12:00p - 1:00pLunch with Defrag Exhibitors
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1:00p - 1:30pNetworking with Defrag Exhibitors
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Breakout 1Breakout 2Breakout 3
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1:30p - 1:50pThe Rise of API-Driven Development -- Alex Salazar, StormpathWhy Access is More Important Than Ownership: Leveraging the Sharing Economy - Narinder Singh, CloudspokesWhat Your Communication Technology Says about Your Corporate Culture -- Andrei Soroker, Kato
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1:50 - 2:10pThe new API Backplane: Stories from beyond the enterprise edge -- Mark O'Neill, AxwayQuantified Work: Tracking Efficiency without Crushing Souls -- Klint FinleyOne Billion per Second: The Rise of Designer Data Architectures -- Josh Dzielak, Keen IO
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2:10 - 2:30pDeveloper Marketing: F#%k Leads; Generate Relationships -- Tim Falls, SendGridDo Not Track: The Future of Online Anonymity and Tracking - Rami Essaid, Distil NetworksLeveraging the Twitter Economy for a DevOps World -- Todd Vernon, VictorOps
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2:35p - 3:00pGreat, Software Ate My World. Now what? -- Oren Teich, Heroku
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3:00-3:15pWhere Bits Meet Atoms - Michael Shraybman, Cogniance
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3:15p - 3:30pAfternoon Coffee Break
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Breakout 1Breakout 2Breakout 3
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3:30p - 3:55How to make Skynet User Friendly -- Bret Tobey, CarvoyantSignals, or how I learned to stop worrying and love the death of privacy -- Boris Jabes, Meldium
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4:00-4:15pThe Identiverse -- Patrick Harding, Ping Identity
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4:15-4:30pIndustrial Entropy and the Future of Work -- Chris DeVore, Founders Co-op
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4:30-4:45pBig P privacy in the Era of Smaller Things - Ian Glazer, Gartner
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4:45p - 5:00pToward an Economic Security Monitoring Infrastructure -- Joe Reisinger, Premise
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5:00-5:15pThe Girl Geek Imperative -- Lorinda Brandon, Mashery
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5:15-5:40pHow the Enterprise of Things is Turning the CIO Into the Chief Integration Officer -- Mat Ellis, Cloudability
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5:40-6:00pWhat DRM Taught Me About Building Good APIs -- Peter Biddle, Intel
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6:00-7:30pEvening Reception with Defrag Exhibitors
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Defrag/Blur Tuesday, Nov 5th
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8:00a - 8:30aDanishes and Coffee
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8:00a - NoonDefrag Registration Open
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9:00-9:15Day 2 Begins - Eric Norlin
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9:15 - 9:45aThe Sands of Time: How Cloud is Changing the Role of the CIO -- Rod Smith, IBM
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9:45 - 10:15aThe History and Future of Calm Technology -- Amber Case, Esri
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10:15a - 10:30aMorning Coffee Break
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Breakout 1Breakout 2Breakout 3
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10:30a - 10:50aInfluencers or Normals: Who do you ignore? Bart Lorang, FullContactThe actor as innovator & entrepreneur -- Scott Brown, Bounce.ioWhen, if ever, should you move out of the public cloud? -- Ashish Kelkar, Facebook
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10:50-11:10aBeyond Attributes: How Identity Provides Contextual Intelligence To Our Digital World -- Nishant Kaushik, IdentropyPeople and Purpose in the Bigger Network of Smaller Things -- Larry Hawes, Dow BrookZen and the Art of API Maintenance -- John Sheehan, Runscope
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11:10a - 11:30aReal-Time Big Data in a Distributed SQL System -- Nikita Shamgunov, MemSQLProgramming with Personal Clouds: A Post-Web Architecture -- Phil Windley, Kynetx
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11:35a - 12:00pSustainable Software Engineering Culture (Without The Ninjas) -- Dan Podsedly, Pivotal Labs
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12:00p - 1:00pLunch with Defrag Exhibitors
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1:00p - 1:30pNetworking with Defrag Exhibitors
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1:30-2:00pTowards an API Commons -- Steven Wilmott, 3Scale and Kin Lane, Presidential Innovation Fellow
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2:00-2:20pSecurity in the Cloud for the API Economy -- Andy Thurai, CTO, Intel API/Big Data Group
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2:20-2:40pAPIs In a Post-API World -- Uri Sarid, Mulesoft
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2:40-3:00pAPIs: A State of the Union -- Ross Garrett, CA
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3:00-3:15pA Discussion of APIs with Alex Williams, TechCrunch
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3:15p - 3:30pAfternoon Coffee Break
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3:30p - 4:00pExistence as a platform: Quantified Self meets the internet of Things -- Chris Dancy
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4:00p - 4:30pInvisible Infrastructure, Prescient Technology, Meaningful Data: Communications 2025 and Beyond -- Joe Burton, Plantronics
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4:30p - 5:00pThe Rise of the Citizen Explorer -- David Lang, OpenROV
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5:00p - 5:30pHealthcare After The Deluge -- John Wilbanks, Chief Commons Officer, Sage BioNetworks
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5:30p-7:00pBlur Evening Reception with Exhibitors
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Defrag/Blur - Wednesday, Nov 6th
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8:30a - 12:00pBlur Registration Open
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9:00-9:30amDanishes and Coffee
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9:30:00Opening Remarks - Eric Norlin
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9:30-10:10amClosed-Loop Farming - Brandon Basso, 3D Robotics
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10:10-10:50amGameplay and Multi-touch -- Jim Spadaccini, Ideum
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10:50-11:30amThe Camera Conundrum: Are Humans Ready for Augmented Reality? -- Adam Wilson, Orbotix
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11:30-12:00Smart Glasses - Past, Present and the not so distant future -- Tyler Phillipi, OTG Platforms
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Noon-1pmLunch with Exhibitors
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1:00-1:30pNetworking with Exhibitors
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1:30-2:00pLearning about life from a thousand tiny robots -- Eric Schweikardt, Mod Robotics
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2:00-2:30pArtficial Intelligence as a Service -- Max Versace, Neurala
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2:30-3:00pI/O 2.0: How physical interfaces shape our identity, security and activity in the digital world - Claus Moberg, SnowShoe Stamp

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3:00:00Closing Remarks
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