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Cool Tools and Gadgets,  
Richard Carlsson,  
Big Data, Big Databases and Next Generation Analytics,  
Joel Jacobson,  
Agile and Test-Driven Development,  
Lukas Larsson,  
Load Regulation and Back Pressure,  
Mahesh Paolini-Subramanya,  
9:00 - 9:30

Welcome Tea and Coffee

9:30 - 10:30

Keynote: Managing Things and being managed - using Erlang
Claes Wikström

10:30 - 11:15

Mid-Morning Break

11:15 - 12:00

WebDriver: Controlling your Web Browser
Hans Svensson

100% Big Data. 0% Hadoop. 0% Java
Pavlo Baron

How Not to Run a Software Project
Mike Williams

Active Queue Management - What it is, and why you should care
Mahesh Paolini-Subramanya

12:05 - 12:50

Meta-Programming with Elixir
Yurii Rashkovskii

Made in Heaven: Erlang + VoltDB
Henning Diedrich

Of Heisenberg and Hawthorne: Measurement, Visibility and Guidance
Cons T Åhs

Riak Pipe: Distributing the Load
Bryan Fink

12:50 - 14:20


14:20 - 15:05

Making it Fast - How Zotonic Maximizes Erlang’s Power
Arjan Scherpenisse

Building RiakCS on Riak
Bryan Fink

Let's Write A Test!
Joe DeVivo

Addressing Network Congestion in Riak Clusters
Steve Vinoski

15:10 - 15:55

Integration of Rebar, EUnit and Emacs Workflows
Zachary Kessin

The Future of Databases and why Erlang might just be Central to It
Antony Falco

Continuous Migration: Reimplementing the Purchase Taking Capability of a 24/7 Financial System
Daniel Lee

Safetyvalve - Load Regulation with Specifications
Jesper Louis Andersen

15:55 - 16:30

Mid-Afternoon Break

16:30 - 17:15

A Trip to the New Wild Wild West with ChicagoBoss
Berner Setterwall

A Data Platform over and on the Web
Benoît Chesneau

Deep Dish - Chicago-Style Functional Testing
Evan Miller

The 'Jobs' Load Regulation Framework
Ulf Wiger

17:15 - 17:25

Announcement of the Erlang User of the Year & the Most Influential Talk of 1998

17:25 - 17:40

Latest News from the OTP Team - Kenneth Lundin

17:40 - 18:40

Keynote: Snakebitten - Danger & Misfortune in the Evolution of Programming Languages
Bruce Tate

18:40 - 19:30

Closing Notes and Farewell Drinks