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Schedule of Events

To see a list of speakers, please visit our Speakers Page.


Friday, October 20th, 2006
9:00a Check-in Begins
Job Fair Setup
Siebel Center Atrium
10:00a
Computing Job Fair
Siebel Center Atrium


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11:00a
12:00p
1:00p
2:00p
3:00p
4:00p
5:00p "Great Software"
Joel Spolsky, Fog Creek Software
Location: 1404 Siebel Center
6:30p Dinner from Qdoba sponsored by Google
Siebel Center Atrium
MechMania Introduction, sponsored by Morgan Stanley
Location: 0224 Siebel Center
7:30p "Sense and Sensibility: Automatically Analyzing Subject and Sentiment in Human-Authored Texts"
Lillian Lee, Cornell University
Location: 1404 Siebel Center
"Life With a Daily Build--the Good and the Bad"
Eric Johnson, FactSet Research Systems
Location: 1320 DCL
8:45p "Open Source and the Google Summer of Code"
Chris DiBona, Google
Location: 1404 Siebel Center
"Kudo School of Game Design"
Kudo Tsunoda, EA
Location: 1320 DCL
10:00p MechMania Introduction, sponsored by Morgan Stanley
Location: 0224 Siebel Center
 
  Saturday, October 21st, 2006
9:00a Continental Breakfast
Siebel Center Atrium
10:00a "Millionaire Before Graduation: Entrepreneurship in the Post-Post-Bubble Internet"
Max Levchin, co-founder and former CTO, Paypal, founder and CEO, Slide.com
Location: 1404 Siebel Center
11:15a "Color, Simply"
Harold Cohen, University of California - San Diego, AARON
Location: 1404 Siebel Center
"Making A Difference in Society With A Career in Computer Science"
Jeffrey Altman, Secure Endpoints, Inc.
Location: 1320 DCL
12:30p Lunch from Papa Del's
Siebel Center Atrium
1:30p "Stew"
Yale Patt, University of Texas
Location: 1404 Siebel Center
"A+: From Proprietary Programming Language to Open Source"
John Mizel, Morgan Stanley
Location: 1320 DCL
2:45p "The Replicating Rapid-Prototyper - Moving Hardware Through the Wires"
Adrian Bowyer, University of Bath, RepRap
Location: 1404 Siebel Center
"Breaking AJAX Web Applications: Vulns 2.0 in Web 2.0"
Alex Stamos, iSEC Partners
Location: 1320 DCL
4:00p Snacks and refreshments sponsored by Google
Siebel Center Atrium
4:30p "Metaelectronics: Self-Configuring Neuromorphic Systems"
Kwabena Boahen, Stanford University
Location: 1404 Siebel Center
"Red vs. Blue"
Burnie Burns, Rooster Teeth Productions
Location: 1320 DCL
5:45p Dinner from Noodles and Co.
Siebel Center Atrium
7:15p "YouTube: From Concept to Hypergrowth"
Jawed Karim, co-founder, YouTube
Location: 1404 Siebel Center
8:30p "Where's My Compiler? Developer Tools: Past, Present, and Future"
Jim Miller, Microsoft
Location: 1404 Siebel Center
"A Newton's-Method Formulation of the Reconnaissance-Satellite Maneuver-Duration Problem"
Chip Mayse, SAIC
Location: 1320 DCL
 
  Sunday, October 22nd, 2006
9:00a Continental Breakfast
Siebel Center Atrium
10:00a
Robert X. Cringely, PBS
Location: 1404 Siebel Center
11:15a "Improving the Reliability of Commodity Operating Systems"
Michael Swift, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Location: 1404 Siebel Center
"Video Games, Physics, and High-performance Computer Architecture"
Sanjay Patel, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, AGEIA
Location: 1320 DCL
1:00p MechMania Finals
1404 Siebel Center
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