XMPP Summit Presentation Schedule
January 20, 2010
The schedule for presentations at the 8th XMPP Summit has been posted today, and there are some great ones.
The day starts off with XMPP 101, an introduction to XMPP. Next up is an open question and answer panel, staffed by the XMPP Council, the authors of XMPP: The Definitive Guide and myself. I think the Q&A session has a lot of potential; I regularly answer a lot of XMPP questions via e-mail, and I’m always surprised at how people are using XMPP. I think even the experts will learn a lot.
Once the ball is rolling, there are three talks about XMPP and social networks, all from different perspectives. I think this will be very interesting and provide a lot of inspiration and food for thought.
I’m giving a talk on Strophe.js, of course, following the social networking section.
There will be two sets of lightning talks, and I expect we’ll see some great demos of XMPP projects and discussions of all sorts.
The last section contains two talks on Jingle as well as a pubsub related talk by Ralph Meijer. Ralph works on so many crazy and awesome projects; I can’t wait to see what he’s been up to since I saw him last.
Hopefully we can get some or all of these talks on video for those of you who can’t attend in person.
So far, this is shaping up to be the best XMPP Summit yet.