2010 Schedule

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Sessions will be placed in session slots by their presenters at the event, starting Saturday morning. This page will be updated live.


BarCamp Boston 5 Schedule
Saturday, April 17th.
Time
Room 32-123
Capacity: 318
Room 32-124
Capacity: 60
Room 32-141
Capacity: 90
Room 32-144
Capacity: 60
Room 32-155
Capacity: 90
Halls & Side Rooms
9:00 AM Doors open for registration and schmoozing. Grab some breakfast! Today's events made possible in large part by our platinum sponsors Akamai and Endeca. Get your BarCamp Boston 5 shirts thanks to platinum sponsor HubSpot Internet Marketing, and stickers thanks to StickerGiant custom stickers.
10:00 AM Plenary Session - Rules of BarCamp; 5 Second Intros and Session Announcements/Promotions.
11:00 AM
Session 1
How to present at BarCamp Fundraising Debugged: When, Why & Who to Raise (and not raise) Money From Hacking the Brain Halls & Side Room Stuff
11:30 AM
Session 2
Building Bostons Startup Community Open Source Elections Open Source Redistricting Cooking for Geeks User Experience Design for Developers Halls & Side Room Stuff
12:00 PM
Session 3
History 2.0 openFrameworks: C++ for artists & designers Chaos in Motion Font Wars Getting more Startups happening in boston Halls & Side Room Stuff
12:30 PM
Session 4
FOSS @ RIT Self-publishing Geek Novels 3D Printing & MakerBot/RepRap Demo Tweetup 101: Leverage Social Media SaaS Pricing: Make the cheap bastards pay! Halls & Side Room Stuff
01:00 PM Lunch. Pizza. The Programming Contest gets started! Thanks to our gold sponsor Microsoft NERD.
Time
Room 32-123
Capacity: 318
Room 32-124
Capacity: 60
Room 32-141
Capacity: 90
Room 32-144
Capacity: 60
Room 32-155
Capacity: 90
Halls & Side Rooms
02:00 PM
Session 5
YUI Gallery How to be smarter Hadoop 101 Quick & Dirty Usability Testing Internet as Infrastructure Halls & Side Room Stuff
02:30 PM
Session 6
HTML5 vs Flash/Flex Innovative Infographics with SVG Mobile Apps & Analytics Halls & Side Room Stuff
03:00 PM
Session 7
Telling Your Tale: Creating a Killer Pitch Connecting US Communities with African Communities Connecting the world of cooking with Plummelo.com Custom Cloud Deployment with Ruby/Chef The Next Big Issues in Social Media Halls & Side Room Stuff
03:30 PM
Session 8
Game Programming in Ruby Indistinguishable from Magic: Location-finding without GPS Social Media for Biz Q&A + Beginner Strategy Scraping and Analyzing the Olympics Demo (Olympics data) So you've got a software idea? Now What? Halls & Side Room Stuff
04:00 PM
Session 9
VC: How to structure your financing FreeBSD: The other other OS Unified Field Theory on 1 T-Shirt Automating scientific reasoning (etherpad) Open Street Map Halls & Side Room Stuff
04:30 PM
Session 10
The future of Wolfram Alpha by Stephen Wolfram (= Awesome with a capital A) Code Secrets: Anonymous sharing of secrets (hilarious) Intro to Windows phone 7 How to choose an open source CMS. A discussion of Plone, Drupal, Joomla! & Wordpress Halls & Side Room Stuff
Shared Making - discussion of founding a shared making facility in Cambridge
05:00 PM
Session 11
(Microsoft ∩ Free) != the empty set Six Lessons in Science, Game theory and perfectionism (you apply your decision making process) Why I love my N900 (and you probably wouldn't) Halls & Side Room Stuff
05:30 PM
Session 12
Founder Match Halls & Side Room Stuff
06:00 PM End of the day at MIT! Head over to one of the after-parties! If you enjoyed the first day, thank our gold sponsor Cisco for helping make it possible!
Sunday, April 18th.
Time
Room 32-123
Capacity: 318
Room 32-124
Capacity: 60
Room 32-141
Capacity: 90
Room 32-144
Capacity: 60
Room 32-155
Capacity: 90
Halls & Side Rooms
10:00 AM Doors open for registration and schmoozing. + Breakfast! Gold sponsor Yahoo! Developers Network and silver sponsors VC Ready Law and CSN Stores helped us keep you caffeinated.
11:00 AM
Session 1
Future of Web Frameworks: a brainstorm How to run Action-Oriented Communities Your website sucks! But it can be saved. Halls & Side Room Stuff
11:30 AM
Session 2
Building Digital Alternative Economies Agile Programming Methods Turn your blog into a book. Scvngr - building mobile scavenger hunts the quick and easy way Halls & Side Room Stuff
12:00 PM
Session 3
YUI3 Most Advanced JS Library in the world Job Match for people hiring and those looking for a job When will the 3D Web Arrive? Halls & Side Room Stuff
12:30 PM
Session 4
Puzzle Hunts 101: Solving techniques, metapuzzles and more Experiences with key-value stores: NoSQL Rule based programming [Design Guidelines for non-Designers] Halls & Side Room Stuff
1:00 PM Lunch. Pizza. Contributions by bronze sponsors Assembla, LocaModa, and Danielson Legal made this possible.
02:00 PM
Session 5
Don't be a douche-bag: best practices for game mechanics in your web app VC Pitch Prep w/ ScoopCart Pitching Spark Capital (live?) Beginner's jQuery: A BRIEF Intro Improv Games: or not being shy in front of people Why I like my Nexus One Android phone more than my iPhone Halls & Side Room Stuff
02:30 PM
Session 6
How the Internet is reacting to a Giant Volcano Django on Google App Engine Restaurant Technology: How to improve it: Lets discuss! Halls & Side Room Stuff
03:00 PM
Session 7
Drop Your Pants: Share half-baked ideas and get early feedback Lessons Learned: Hacking your life habits with code, introspection, and the community Version Control Systems: A Discussion Telling Your Tale: Creating a Killer Pitch Multimedia Compositor for iPhone & iPad Halls & Side Room Stuff
03:30 PM
Session 8
Tracking and Visualizing your sleep with Zeo Website Theming: Apply any website design to any website with point-n-click UI Multiplayer Game Timer - A distributed microcontroller gadget. Halls & Side Room Stuff
04:00 PM Programming Contest results & event wrap-up. Media partner O'Reilly has provided books as wrap-up prizes, and bronze sponsors Element55, Acquia, BetterLesson, and VentureFizz all contributed to this event. Major thanks to them and *you* for your support!
05:00 PM .
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