FOSS4G 2011 Workshop Scheduling

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Day 1 (Monday)

Room 8:00-12:00 Monday September 12th 13:00-17:00 Monday September 12th
Tower Court A (floor plan) capacity: 45 CODE: w01 Introduction to the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team - Kate Chapman CODE: w02 FOSS4G Workshop for Educators- Kurt Menke
Tower Court B (floor plan) capacity: 45 CODE: w03 Developing Custom Apps in C# Using DotSpatial: a New Open Source Library from the OSGeo DotNet Community - Matthew Klein CODE: w04 The Moose is loose, Mapping with GeoMoose - Bob Basques
Tower Court C (floor plan) capacity: 45 CODE: w09 Introduction to Geomajas - Pieter de Graef CODE: w06 FOSS4G routing with pgRouting tools, OpenStreetMap road data and GeoExt - Daniel Kastl
Tower Court D (floor plan) capacity: 50 CODE: w07 MapFish in Production - Eric Lemoine CODE: w08 Web Mapping with GeoServer - Mike Pumphrey
Windows (floor plan) capacity: 80 CODE: w05 Introduction to PostGIS - Paul Ramsey CODE: w10 OpenLayers Application Development - Tim Schaub
Silver (floor plan) capacity: 50 CODE: w11 GeoNetwork for dummies, or how to setup and use an SDI in 3 hours - Jeroen Ticheler CODE: w12 GeoKettle: A powerful spatial ETL tool for feeding your Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) - Thierry Badard

Day 2 (Tuesday)

Room 8:00-12:00 Tuesday September 13th 13:00-17:00 Tuesday September 13th
Tower Court A (floor plan) capacity: 45 CODE: w21 Interactive space-time dynamics: A hands-on introduction to i2maps - Christian Kaiser CODE: w22 Practical Introduction to ZOO-Project and WPS Services development - Gérald Fenoy
Tower Court B (floor plan) capacity: 45 CODE: w15 Getting Started with MapServer - Jeff McKenna CODE: w16 Practical use of GeoServer & SLD for WMS - Anders Söderman
Tower Court C (floor plan) capacity: 45 CODE: w17 New features for QGIS power users - Pirmin Kalberer CODE: w18 Customizing QGIS with Python Plugins - Greg Corradini, Aaron Racicot
Tower Court D (floor plan) capacity: 50 CODE: w19 Leveraging Mapnik for designing custom map tiles and scalable applications - Dane Springmeyer CODE: w20 A complete open source web mapping stack - Alyssa Wright
Windows (floor plan) capacity: 80 CODE: w13 Developing OGC Compliant Web Applications With GeoExt - Andreas Hocevar CODE: w14 There's JavaScript in your backend: Front to Back JavaScript with NodeJS and Polymaps- Chris Helm
Silver (floor plan) capacity: 50 CODE: w23 Opening Data with GeoNode - David Winslow CODE: w24 Practical Deploying Map Services in Amazon Web Services - Sophia Parafina
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