Dreamforce: Open Source Lab Sponsored by GitHub Schedule

The Open Source Lab Sponsored By Github is going to be a great part of this year's Dev Zone. Check out our schedule and be sure to join for hands on experience with great technologies.

The Open Source Lab Sponsored By GitHub is going to be a great part of this year’s Dev Zone. Check out our schedule and be sure to join for hands on experience with great technologies.

Don’t forget: join the Chatter Group in the Dreamforce org.

Please note: The Open Source Lab is an intimate space and all sessions are first come, first served. The Lab will have hardwire Internet as well as power strips.  Bring your laptop, plan on diving in.

Location: The Open Source Lab is in Moscone West on the second floor, just around the corner from the partners and the Lightning Theater. Follow the signs and we’ll see you there!

Tips for all developers: come prepared.  You should have a clean developer org (or two).  You should have Eclipse and the Force.com IDE installed for many sessions.  Take advantage of your access to these companies by asking questions.

Important: space is limited.  If you are not coding along with the presenter and there are people waiting, please yield your seat, Internet connection and power. Have questions? Just ask. Twitter or Dreamforce App

 

Tuesday, 8/30

 

  • 10:00 — Richard Vanhook, Apex Commons — Introducing Apex Commons (be sure to also check out the Apex Commons session)
  • 10:30 — Marsh Gardiner, Apigee — Apigee Source: Making APIs Easier to Use
  • 11:30 — Davis Frank, Pivotal Labs — Behavior Driven Development with Jasmine
  • 12:00 — Scott Chacon, GitHub — Advanced GitHub
  • 1:30 — Evan Cummack, Twilio — OpenVBX: Open Source Your Phone System
  • 2:30 — Brian Moore, Rhomobile — Building Mobile Apps Using Rhodes and Your Web Skills (note: visit the website to download the toolkit ahead of time)
  • 3:30 — Nick Reed, Docusign — Leveraging Open Source Community for eSignature SDK (Ruby)
  • 4:15 — Nick Reed, Docusign — Leveraging Open Source Community for eSignature SDK (PHP)
  • 5:00 — Matt Tavis, Amazon.com —  Building scalable MySQL databases with Amazon Relational Database Service
  • 5:30 — Chris Wanstrath, GitHub — Getting Started With GitHub
  • 7:00 — Reid Carlberg, Force.com Labs — Meet the Force.com Labs Developers.

 

Wednesday, August 31

 

  • 11:00 — Rik Arends, Cloud9 — Push Development Into the Cloud: Cloud9 IDE for Heroku
  • 12:00 — Kyle Neath, GitHub — GitHub: Beyond the Basics
  • 1:00 — Havoc Pennington, Typesafe — Deploying Scala to Heroku with Simple Build Tool
  • 1:30 — Jordan Sissel, Loggly — Introducing Logstash
  • 2:30 — Matthew Botos, Mavens — Open Source for iPad, Google Analytics and Apex Testing (Check out Matthew Botos’ session about Mavens’ excellent open source app, CaseMemo.)
  • 3:00 — Kevin Bromer, Salesforce.com Foundation — 3500 NPOs & Counting
  • 3:30 — Cary Vander Jagt, GoodData — GoodData REST API Tools on Github
  • 4:00 — Dave Johnson, Nitobi — Building Native Mobile Apps with PhoneGap and HTML5
  • 5:00 — Felipe Oliveira, Zenexity — Introducing the Play Framework
  • 6:00 — Tom Preston-Werner, GitHub — Advanced GitHub

 

Thursday, September 1

 

  • 11:00 — Kevin Bromer, Salesforce.com Foundation — 3500 NPOs & Counting
  • 11:30 — Kyle Neath, GitHub — GitHub: Beyond The Basics
  • 12:30 — Naaman Newbold, salesforce.com — Jetstream: Stream to Your Java App with Just 5 Lines of Code (Second Place, Force.com Labs Summer of Apps Contest)
  • 1:00 — Kanishka Maheshwari and Mustafa Paksoy, salesforce.com — Piazza: Connect At Conferences with Piazza (Grand Prize Winner, Force.com Labs Summer of Apps Contest)
  • 1:30 — Chris Wanstrath, GitHub — Getting Started With GitHub

 

Friday, September 2

 

  • 8:30 — Reid Carlberg, salesforce.com — Community Apps: Help Design the Future
  • 9:30 — Chris Wanstrath, GitHub — Getting Started With GitHub
  • 10:30 — Marsh Gardiner, Apigee — Apigee Source: Making APIs Easier to Use
  • 11:00 — Brian Doll, New Relic — Instrumenting and Analyzing Web Apps Deployed on Heroku

 

That’s about it. These are going to be GREAT sessions and I’m really looking forward to seeing them. Questions or comments, please let me know.

Published
August 26, 2011

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Dreamforce: Open Source Lab Sponsored by GitHub Schedule