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Erlang, Libraries & the VM,  
Michal Ptaszek,  
The Regimental Room 
The Polyglot Programmer,  
Dave Smith,  
The Heritage Room 
Case Studies & Architecture,  
James Aimonetti,  
The Crystal Ballroom 
Erlang in the Cloud,  
Ram C Singh,  
The Crystal Lounge 
8:00 - 9:00

Welcome Tea and Coffee

9:00 - 9:55

A World Without Linux
Jim Zemlin

10:00 - 10:15

The Erlang/OTP Roadmap
Patrik Nyblom

10:15 - 10:35

Mid-morning Break

10:35 - 11:20

Kostis Sagonas

eTorrent, writing Peer-to-Peer clients in Erlang
Jesper Louis Andersen

Scaling Web Applications in Erlang
Fernando Benavides

Erlang as a Cloud Citizen
Paolo Negri

11:25 - 12:10

Virtualizing Parallel Patterns for CPU/GPU Architectures
Horacio González-Vélez

Polyglot Paralellism: A Case Study in Using Erlang at Rackspace
Phil Toland

Real Time Bidding: Where Erlang Blooms
Fred Hebert

Accelerated Erlang Development with e2
Garrett Smith

12:10 - 13:25


13:25 - 14:10

IPv6 programming for Erlang/OTP
Kenji Rikitake

Erlang for .NET Developers
Oliver (OJ) Reeves

How to migrate a web API to Erlang, change databases, and not have your customers notice
Seth Falcon

Erlang on Xen: a quest for lower instance startup latency
Maxim Kharchenko

14:15 - 15:00

Just-in-time compiler for the Erlang VM
Lukas Larsson

Props: A DSL for Dealing with JSON-like Structures in Erlang
Jack Moffitt

Erlang End-To-End - Building and Managing Connected Devices
Ulf Wiger

Deploying Erlang applications in the Heroku cloud
Blake Gentry, Geoff Cant

15:00 - 15:20

Mid-afternoon Break

15:20 - 16:05

A Scalability Study of Erlang/OTP
Kostis Sagonas

What can be done with Java but should better be done with Erlang
Pavlo Baron

Scaling to Millions of Simultaneous Connections
Rick Reed

Handling a Polyglotten WAN
Karl Anderson

16:10 - 16:55

Implementing languages on the Erlang VM
Robert Virding

Rewriting GitHub Pages with Riak Core, Riak KV, and Webmachine
Jesse Newland

Migrating a C++ team to using Erlang to deliver a real-time bidding ad system
Ken Wilson

How Cloud Foundry, the first Open PaaS, can help you deploy apps faster and experiment with new technologies.
Paul Jones, Monica Wilkinson

16:55 - 17:15

Mid-evening Break

17:15 - 18:00

The "halfword" Virtual Machine
Patrik Nyblom

Erlang metaprogramming made easy
Richard Carlsson

Erlang on OpenVMS and in the HP Cloud – an overview of what HP is wittingly and perhaps unwittingly doing with Erlang
Brett Cameron

Erlang and PaaS, panel debate
Paul Jones

18:00 - late

Erlounge - Drinks and Networking