Put Open Source to Work
JULY 16–17, 2018: TRAINING & TUTORIALS
JULY 18–19, 2018: CONFERENCE
Portland, OR

Schedule

8:45am | Event

8:45am9:00am
Morning Coffee Service continued
Portland Ballroom Foyer

9:00am | Keynotes

9:00am9:05am
Wednesday opening welcome
Portland Ballroom | Rachel Roumeliotis (O'Reilly Media), Kelsey Hightower (Google), Scott Hanselman (Microsoft)
9:05am9:20am
Live coding: OSCON edition
Portland Ballroom | Suz Hinton (Microsoft)
9:20am9:30am
Drive innovation and collaboration through open source projects (sponsored by Huawei)
Portland Ballroom | Ying Xiong (Huawei)
9:30am9:45am
Recognizing cultural bias in AI
Portland Ballroom | Camille Eddy (Girl STEM Stars)
9:45am9:55am
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. (sponsored by IBM)
Portland Ballroom | Christopher Ferris (IBM)
9:55am10:00am
The next big wave (sponsored by AWS)
Portland Ballroom | Zaheda Bhorat (Amazon Web Services)
10:00am10:15am
Open source and open standards in the age of cloud AI
Portland Ballroom | Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media)
10:15am10:20am
Wednesday closing remarks
Portland Ballroom

10:20am | Events

10:20am11:00am
Morning Break sponsored by Red Hat
Expo Hall
10:20am4:00pm
Wednesday O'Reilly Author Book Signings
Expo Hall - O'Reilly booth

11:00am | Sessions

11:00am11:40am
Developing chatbots for Mycroft and his virtual friends
Portland 251 | Laurie Hannon (SoftSource Consulting)
11:00am11:40am
An introduction to blockchains
Portland 256 | Lucy Wyman (Puppet)
11:00am11:40am
Approaches to composing FaaS functions together
D137/138 | Soam Vasani (Platform9 Systems)
11:00am11:40am
Canary in a pipeline
C123/124 | Darren Bathgate (Kenzan)
11:00am11:40am
Concourse: Cloud-scale continuous delivery
D135/136 | Topher Bullock (Pivotal)
11:00am11:40am
Deploy and use a multiframework distributed deep learning platform on Kubernetes (sponsored by IBM)
E147/148 | Animesh Singh (IBM), Atin Sood (IBM), Tommy Li (IBM)
11:00am11:40am
Designing distributed systems: Patterns and practices for reliable software systems
Portland 255 | Brendan Burns (Microsoft)
11:00am11:40am
Disaster recovery and data protection for Kubernetes persistent volumes (sponsored by Huawei)
E141 | Xing Yang (Huawei)
11:00am11:40am
For the love of plants, starring Tessel and React
Portland 252 | Tara Z. Manicsic (Progress)
11:00am11:40am
How to open-source an internal project
E146 | VM Brasseur (@vmbrasseur)
11:00am11:40am
Promoting a change in healthcare with open source (sponsored by Providence Digital & Innovation Group)
E143/144 | Soumya Sanyal (Providence ), Nipun Dureja (Providence)
11:00am11:40am
What is WebXR, and what do you need to know about it?
E145 | Rabimba Karanjai (Rice University | Mozilla)
11:00am11:40am
What we code in the shadows: Open source within the NSA and the federal government
D139/140 | Jacob DePriest (NSA)

11:50am | Sessions

11:50am12:30pm
Using services meshes and OpenTracing for observability in complex software systems
Portland 255 | Ben Sigelman (LightStep)
11:50am12:30pm
Considering Crystal
E145 | James Thompson (Nav)
11:50am12:30pm
DevOps with Kubernetes and Helm
D135/136 | Jessica Deen (Microsoft)
11:50am12:30pm
DigitalOcean’s approach to Spectre and Meltdown (sponsored by DigitalOcean)
E143/144 | Tom Spiegelman (DigitalOcean), Lauren McCarthy (DigitalOcean)
11:50am12:30pm
Do you know who your stakeholders are?
C123/124 | Stormy Peters (Red Hat)
11:50am12:30pm
Evolving Instagram's infrastructure together with open source software
D139/140 | Hui Ding (Facebook)
11:50am12:30pm
Getting started with Hyperledger Indy
Portland 256 | Tracy Kuhrt (Hyperledger)
11:50am12:30pm
Machine learning for continuous integration
Portland 251 | Joseph Gregorio (Google)
11:50am12:30pm
Mary had a little lambda: A live dive into the lambda calculus
Portland 252 | Anjana Vakil (Mapbox)
11:50am12:30pm
On-demand Kubernetes cluster management with BOSH and PKS (sponsored by Pivotal)
E147/148 | Adib Saikal (Pivotal)
11:50am12:30pm
Open as a competitive advantage
E146 | Abigail Cabunoc Mayes (Mozilla Foundation)
11:50am12:30pm
Open source at AWS: Code, contributions, collaboration, and communication (sponsored by AWS)
E141 | Adrian Cockcroft (Amazon Web Services)
11:50am12:30pm
Open source data persistence: Creating order from chaos
D137/138 | Megan Kostick (IBM), Michael Brewer (IBM), Manuel Silveyra (IBM)

1:45pm | Sessions

1:45pm2:25pm
Apache Pulsar and its enterprise use case (sponsored by Yahoo! Japan)
E143/144 | Nozomi Kurihara (Yahoo! Japan)
1:45pm2:25pm
Artificial intelligence open source libraries
Portland 251 | Sarah Bird (Facebook)
1:45pm2:25pm
Building a performant cross-platform mobile UI with Flutter
E145 | Nitya Narasimhan (Independent)
1:45pm2:25pm
Debugging by printf is for noobs
C123/124 | David Asabina (Asabina GmbH)
1:45pm2:25pm
From waterfall to Agile: How open source helped build the foundation for change at The Home Depot (sponsored by The Home Depot)
E141 | Cade L. Thacker (The Home Depot), Jermaine Davis (The Home Depot)
1:45pm2:25pm
Heroic and inspiring tales of open source
E146 | Danese Cooper (PayPal), Stephen Walli (Microsoft)
1:45pm2:25pm
Live-coding a beautiful, performant mobile app from scratch
Portland 252 | Matt Sullivan (Google), Emily Fortuna (Google)
1:45pm2:25pm
Open-sourcing enterprise software (sponsored by HPE)
E147/148 | Alex Mejias (HPE), Jim Schreckengast (HPE)
1:45pm2:25pm
TL;DR: NIST container security standards
Portland 255 | Elsie Phillips (CoreOS), Paul Burt (CoreOS)
1:45pm2:25pm
Terraforming all the things
D135/136 | Nathan Handler (Yelp)
1:45pm2:25pm
The rise of open source in the manufacturing industry
D139/140 | Steffen Evers (Bosch Software Innovations GmbH)
1:45pm2:25pm
Using application identity to correlate metrics: A look at SPIFFE and SPIRE
D137/138 | Priyanka Sharma (GitLab), Sabree Blackmon (Scytale)
1:45pm2:25pm
What’s new with Hyperledger Sawtooth 1.0?
Portland 256 | Kelly Olson (Intel)

2:35pm | Sessions

2:35pm3:15pm
Monitoring Kubernetes: Follow the data
D135/136 | Ilan Rabinovitch (Datadog)
2:35pm3:15pm
Adaptive web components: Context matters (sponsored by SAP)
E143/144 | Elena Makarenko (SAP SE)
2:35pm3:15pm
Building a serverless continuous integration and delivery pipeline
D137/138 | Anubhav Mishra (HashiCorp)
2:35pm3:15pm
Building composable abstractions
C123/124 | Eric Normand (PurelyFunctional.tv)
2:35pm3:15pm
Building your own cryptocurrency
Portland 256 | John Feminella (Pivotal)
2:35pm3:15pm
Enterprises collaborating to measure DevOps success (sponsored by Capital One)
E147/148 | Tapabrata Pal (Capital One), Grant Wade (Walmart), Roger Servey (Transformation Laboratories (DOJOs), Verizon)
2:35pm3:15pm
How unreliable computers can usually agree (sort of): A tour of the Raft algorithm
Portland 255 | Laura Hampton (Independent)
2:35pm3:15pm
Introduction to Apache Kafka: The next-gen event streaming system (sponsored by Salesforce)
E141 | James Ward (Salesforce.com)
2:35pm3:15pm
Is it time for Elm?
E145 | Ethan Brown (VMS)
2:35pm3:15pm
Live-coding madness: Let's build a deep learning library.
Portland 252 | Joel Grus (Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence)
2:35pm3:15pm
Pinterest's journey from VMs to containers in the public cloud
D139/140 | Micheal Benedict (Pinterest)
2:35pm3:15pm
Powering TensorFlow with big data using Apache Beam, Flink, and Spark
Portland 251 | Holden Karau (Google)
2:35pm3:15pm
Twenty years of OSS: The challenges of contributors and maintainers from past to future
E146 | Jennifer Rondeau (Heptio)

3:15pm | Event

3:15pm4:15pm
Afternoon Break
Expo Hall

4:15pm | Sessions

4:15pm4:55pm
Automating software development with GitHub Apps (sponsored by GitHub)
E141 | Bex Warner (GitHub)
4:15pm4:55pm
Best practices for cross-platform desktop apps with Vue.js and Electron
E145 | Syue Siang Su (National Chiao Tung University)
4:15pm4:55pm
Cloud-native open source on the blockchain for financial inclusion
Portland 256 | Myrle Krantz (The Apache Software Foundation)
4:15pm4:55pm
Deconstructing the US Patent Database
Portland 251 | Van Lindberg (Dykema)
4:15pm4:55pm
Getting great with GraphQL: An intro to GraphQL servers
Portland 252 | Eve Porcello (Moon Highway)
4:15pm4:55pm
Hacking your emotional API
C123/124 | John Sawers (Emotional API)
4:15pm4:55pm
Increasing delivery velocity with a service mesh at Indeed
D139/140 | Joshua Shanks (Indeed)
4:15pm4:55pm
Microservicing like a unicorn with Envoy, Istio, and Kubernetes
D135/136 | Christian Posta (Red Hat)
4:15pm4:55pm
Multiple networks and isolation in Kubernetes (sponsored by Huawei)
E147/148 | Michael Xie (Huawei)
4:15pm4:55pm
Prometheus, OpenTracing, and Envoy: The observability movement in open source
Portland 255 | Priyanka Sharma (GitLab)
4:15pm4:55pm
Serverless deep learning; or, How to port your TensorFlow model to AWS Lambda
D137/138 | Rustem Feyzkhanov (Astro Digital)
4:15pm4:55pm
You can teach an old dog new tricks: Moving from proprietary to open source
E146 | Petra Sargent (Red Hat)
4:15pm4:55pm
webOS: The long journey to webOS Open Source Edition (sponsored by LG Electronics)
E143/144 | Joseph Park (LG Electronics), Steve Lemke (LG Electronics), Lokesh Kumar Goel (LG Electronics)

5:05pm | Sessions

5:05pm5:45pm
Blockchains are the link between horseless buggies and driverless cars
Portland 256 | Valentin Bercovici (PencilDATA)
5:05pm5:45pm
Building authentic communities: Upholding developer values while delivering customer value
E146 | Amye Scavarda (Red Hat)
5:05pm5:45pm
Building event-driven pipelines with Brigade
Portland 252 | Lachlan Evenson (Microsoft)
5:05pm5:45pm
Canary deployments and monitoring in the Fission FaaS
D137/138 | Smruthi Venkatesh (Platform9 Systems)
5:05pm5:45pm
Changing a 160+-year-old company with open source
D139/140 | Eddie Satterly (DataNexus)
5:05pm5:45pm
Clean code
C123/124 | Georg Gruetter (Robert Bosch GmbH)
5:05pm5:45pm
GalecinoCar: A self-driving car using machine learning, microservices, Java, and Groovy
Portland 251 | Ryan Vanderwerf (Object Computing, Inc), Lee Fox (Infor)
5:05pm5:45pm
TypeScript: Rethinking type systems with JavaScript
E145 | Daniel Rosenwasser (Microsoft)
5:05pm5:45pm
We're no strangers to VoIP: Building the National Rick Astley Hotline
D135/136 | Paul Fenwick (Perl Training Australia)
5:05pm5:45pm
YAML is for computers.
Portland 255 | Bryan Liles (Heptio)

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