Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Weekend

Sep. 26

6:30 PM:
Qualcomm Tech Talk

Sep. 27

5:30 PM:
Chopper Trading Tech Talk

7:00 PM:
Enova Tech Talk

Sep. 28

Sep. 29 & 30

Oct. 02

4:00 PM:
Chicago Tech Panel

5:00 PM:
Chicago Afterhours

Oct. 06 & 07

10:00 AM:
Without Fear: You Don't Need Permission to Contribute to Your Own Destiny, Amber Graner, Co-author of The Official Ubuntu Book

10:00 AM:
Dropbox Notification Servers, Rian Hunter, Software Engineer at Dropbox

11:15 AM:
Startup Panel with Cory Levy (One), Dave Paola (Bloc), and Amit Kulkarni (Do)

1:00 PM:
Reflections | Projections Startup Fair

1:30 PM:
Structured Web Programming: An Introduction to Dart, Shannon "JJ" Behrens, Member of Google DART Team

1:30 PM:
Undoing Your Student Code, Zed Shaw, Creator of Mongrel

1:30 PM:
How to Get Started Contributing to Open Source, Shauna Gordon McKeon, Team Member at OpenHatch

2:45 PM:
Debian: 19 Years of Free Software, Do-ocracy, and Democracy, Stefano Zacchiroli, Debian Project Leader

2:45 PM:
Engineering at Human Scale: Building Software for 1 to 100 million users, Ian Chan, Front End Engineer at Twitter

4:00 PM:
Technology Meets Education: Building A Scalable Online Learning Platform, Jiquan Ngiam, Director of Engineering at Coursera

4:00 PM:
Writing Large Scale CSS With OOCSS and Sass, Jonathan Verrecchia, Front End Engineer at Yelp

6:30 PM:
Designing Windows for SOC PCs, Andrew Ritz, Development Manager for Windows at Microsoft

6:30 PM:
Perceiving the World Through the Eyes of a Robot, Radu Rusu, CEO of Open Perception, Inc.

6:30 PM:
Google DART Workshop

7:45 PM:
Extremely Rapid Prototyping, Joe Boutros, Project Manager at Indeed

7:45 PM:
Video Game Q&A with Erik Wolpaw (Portal) and Steve Jaros (Volition)

10:00 AM:
Open Hatch Workshop

1:00 PM:
MechMania Closing Ceremony

1:00 PM:
Open Source Workshop hands-on projects time with OpenHatch