Your current filters are…
Git makes so much more sense when you understand how it really works. It only has two tricks, and they're really simple, but explanations go on about Directed Acyclic Graphs and Octopus Merges and a bunch of CS jargon nobody understands. Feh. You can illustrate and understand git using just children's toys!
In this presentation Kris Wallsmith, Symfony Guru at OpenSky, will give an introduction to using Assetic in your PHP project and discuss existing integrations with Symfony2 and the Twig templating language.
Discover a variety of creative techniques for dramatically improving page load speed which focus on low-hanging fruit rather than micro-optimization, and what impact they had when applied to the world's fifth largest website, Wikipedia. Trevor and Roan will explore optimization beyond server load, minification and gzip, and offer up new open source libraries to help others do the same.
Sometimes there is a mix between performance and scalability, but they are different dimensions. Changing your code from blocking to non-blocking yields scalability at the cost of a complexity. In this talk I show how Python, Ruby and JS do that, the differences between their async toolkits and some basic building blocks for web and high load applications.
Multitouch hardware has now reached consumer open source products. How can we enable developers to create immersive and useful touch software? How do we look to the future, while still enabling software from the past? In this talk, we will look at the new software technologies and frameworks that will revolutionize user interfaces.
by Dan York
With the news that IPv4 address allocation is in its final stages, IPv6 is getting a great amount of attention and questions are being asked about whether software works with IPv6. Why should you as an open source developer care? What do you need to think about in your applications? How can you make sure your apps work with IPv6?
by Paul Fenwick
Our brains are not-at-all suited for modern life, and are plagued by a raft of bugs and unwanted features that we've been unable to remove. Join us in a tour of some of the most amusing bugs and exploits wetware has to offer.
OSCON belongs to its attendees, and we want to hear what you think of this year’s show. Join the organizers to talk about what you loved and hated about OSCON, and what you’d like to see next year.
Take the opportunity to network one last time and exchange contact information with one another.
One of the best ways to experience Portland, this walking tour will expose you to the culturally underground, the socially underground, and the subterranean underground of Portland. Please register in advance. Tickets are $19 per person.
25th–29th July 2011