FOSDEM '09 is a free and non-commercial event organized by the community, for the community. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet.



Capacity: 74 seats

Saturday 2009-02-07
When Track Event Speaker
13:00-14:00 Jabber+XMPP XMPP 101: A Fast-Paced Introduction to XMPP Technologies Remko Tronçon
14:00-14:30 Jabber+XMPP PubSub and the Web Nathan Fritz
14:30-15:00 Jabber+XMPP Integrating XMPP into Web Technologies Jack Moffitt
15:00-15:30 Jabber+XMPP Geolocation Simon Tennant
15:30-16:00 Jabber+XMPP Deploying Jingle Diana Cionoiu
16:00-16:30 Jabber+XMPP Personal Media Networks Dirk Meyer
16:30-17:00 Jabber+XMPP Large-Scale XMPP Deployments Florian Jensen
17:00-17:30 Jabber+XMPP XMPP in Real Life Mickaël Rémond
17:30-18:00 Jabber+XMPP Presenting Information Flow in Deployed XMPP Clients Dave Cridland
18:00-19:00 Jabber+XMPP Lightning Talks! Peter Saint-Andre
Sunday 2009-02-08
When Track Event Speaker
09:00-09:15 Ruby and Rails Welcome to the Ruby and Rails devroom Peter Vandenabeele
09:15-10:00 Ruby and Rails IronRuby with .NET technologies Ivan Porto Carrero
10:00-10:30 Ruby and Rails Prawn Tom Klaasen
10:30-11:00 Ruby and Rails LogiLogi and Freedom on the Brave New Web Wybo Wiersma
11:15-12:00 Ruby and Rails MyOwnDB/Dedomenon Raphaël Bauduin
12:00-12:30 Ruby and Rails Developing Web applications with Wt::Ruby Richard Dale
13:30-14:15 Ruby and Rails On objects, classes, binding and scoping in Ruby Peter Vanbroekhoven
14:15-14:45 Ruby and Rails Introduction to Sinatra Koen Van der Auwera
14:45-15:15 Ruby and Rails Ruby and Java: What are the differences? Jean-Baptiste Escoyez
15:30-16:15 Ruby and Rails Internationalization in Rails 2.2 Nicolas Jacobeus
16:15-17:00 Ruby and Rails Hosting ruby on rails Bernard Grymonpon