Lightning Talks Day 1

50 minutes

Beginner

 

Schedule

Herbert Breunung (‎lichtkind‎) - ‎PerlSum‎
Lee Johnson - ‎Adventures in CGI (dot pm)‎
Theo van Hoesel (‎vanHoesel‎) - ‎The Long Journey‎

Leon Timmermans (‎leont‎) - ‎How to store passwords‎
Tina Müller (‎tinita‎) - ‎Perl QA Hackathon 2015‎
Diego Kuperman (‎diegok‎) - ‎Barcelona perl workshop 2015‎

Steffen Winkler (‎STEFFENW‎) - ‎German Perl Workshop 2016 in Nuremberg‎
Curtis Poe (‎Ovid‎) - ‎Veure MMORPG Update‎
Dave Cross (‎davorg‎) - ‎Modern PERL‎


These Lightning Talks may be serious, funny, or both. They may be given by experienced speakers already giving full length talks or by first time speakers just starting out (this is a great way to get started if you have something to say). If you are a first time speaker you will win a tie with an experience speaker when the schedule is made if it comes to it. Today's first time speaker could be tomorrow's keynote speaker.

We will have about 10 Lightning Talks of 5 minutes each day. Submit your talk through the submit talk link on this website. The first deadline is with the full length talks. The second deadline is one week before the conference starts and many proposals will be accepted. At least two speaking spots on days 2 and 3 will be held open until the day before the talks to give you a chance to see something at the conference and put together a Lightning Talk response. However if you wait for the later deadlines note that there are fewer spots available and you are less likely to be accepted so please try to submit more than a week before the conference.

In addition to the five minute Lightning Talks where you get to use your computer, slides, and any other tool, we will also have some Lightning Advertisements. These are only 30 seconds, you don't have to submit a proposal, you don't get any slides, and the only AV assistance offered is a microphone. If you have a BOF to announce, an auction item so advertise or any other short message you can use the transition time that would be otherwise wasted between Lightning Talks to share your message. Just show up before we start and take a seat in the assigned seats in the front of the room.




Why Would You Want to do a Lightning Talk?

Maybe you've never given a talk before, and you'd like to start small. For a Lightning Talk, you don't need to make slides, and if you do decide to make slides, you only need to make three.

Maybe you're nervous and you're afraid you'll mess up. It's a lot easier to plan and deliver a five minute talk than it is to deliver a long talk. And if you do mess up, at least the painful part will be over quickly.

Maybe you don't have much to say. Maybe you just want to ask a question, or invite people to help you with your project, or boast about something you did, or tell a short cautionary story. These things are all interesting and worth talking about, but there might not be enough to say about them to fill up thirty minutes.

Maybe you have a lot of things to say, and you're already going to give a long talk on one of them, and you don't want to hog the spotlight. There's nothing wrong with giving several Lightning Talks. Hey, they're only five minutes.

On the other side, people might want to come to a lightning talk when they wouldn't come to a long talk on the same subject. The risk for the attendees is smaller: If the talk turns out to be dull, or if the person giving the talk turns out to be a really bad speaker, well, at least it's over in five minutes. With lightning talks, you're never stuck in some boring lecture for forty-five minutes.

Still having trouble picking a topic, here are some suggestions:

1. Why my favorite module is X.
2. I want to do cool project X. Does anyone want to help?
3. Successful Project: I did project X. It was a success. Here's how you could benefit.
4. Failed Project: I did project X. It was a failure, and here's why.
5. Heresy: People always say X, but they're wrong. Here's why.
6. You All Suck: Here's what is wrong with the our community.
7. Call to Action: Let's all do more of X / less of X.
8. Wouldn't it be cool if X?
9. Someone needs to do X.
10. Wish List
11. Why X was a mistake.
12. Why X looks like a mistake, but isn't.
13. What it's like to do X.
14. Here's a useful technique that worked.
15. Here's a technique I thought would be useful but didn't work.
16. Why algorithm X sucks.
17. Comparison of algorithms X and Y.

Of course, you could give the talk on anything you wanted, whether or not it is on this list. If we get a full schedule of nothing but five minutes of ranting and raving on each topic, a good time will still be had by most. 

[ Abstract ]

Attended by:
Philippe Bruhat (‎BooK‎)
Jean Forget
Alberto Simões (‎ambs‎)
Thomas Klausner (‎domm‎)
Michael Kröll (‎pepl‎)
Gianni Ceccarelli (‎dakkar‎)
Laurent Dami (‎dami‎)
R Geoffrey Avery (‎rGeoffrey‎)
Salve J. Nilsen (‎sjn‎)
Dave Cross (‎davorg‎)
Lars Thegler (‎tagg‎)
Abe Timmerman (‎abeltje‎)
H.Merijn Brand (‎Tux‎)
Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker (‎ilmari‎)
Tom Hukins
Nuno Carvalho (‎smash‎)
Salvador Fandiño (‎salva‎)
Max Maischein (‎Corion‎)
Anton Berezin (‎Grrrr‎)
Roberto Henríquez
geira
Tina Müller (‎tinita‎)
Hermen Lesscher (‎hermen‎)
Joaquín Ferrero (‎explorer‎)
Dmitry Karasik (‎McFist‎)
Søren Lund (‎slu‎)
Markus Pinkert (‎Bedivere‎)
Sue Spence (‎virtualsue‎)
James E Keenan (‎kid51‎)
Henrik Andersen (‎HEM‎)
Dirk De Nijs (‎ddn123456‎)
Bartosz Jakubski (‎migo‎)
Steffen Winkler (‎STEFFENW‎)
Peter Makholm (‎brother‎)
Martin Kjeldsen (‎baest‎)
Markus Förster
Andrew Shitov (‎ash‎)
Stevan Little (‎stevan‎)
Jan Henning Thorsen (‎batman‎)
John Lightsey
Thomas Heine
Steffen Schwigon (‎renormalist‎)
Jozef Kutej (‎jozef‎)
Michael Jemmeson (‎michael‎)
Naim Shafiyev (‎shafiev‎)
Brian Kelly
Maxim Vuets (‎mvuets‎)
Dave Sherohman (‎dsheroh‎)
Herbert Breunung (‎lichtkind‎)
Vladimir Lashko (‎Ostrovok‎)
Anatoliy Dmytriyev (‎tolid‎)
Alex Muntada (‎alexm‎)
John van Krieken (‎vladtz‎)
Roland Schmitz (‎roli‎)
Manfred Heumann (‎confuseAcat‎)
Andreas Vögele
Ilya Chesnokov (‎ichesnokov‎)
Wolfgang Pecho
Alba Ferrer (‎alba‎)
Heinz Knutzen
Paolo Sinigaglia (‎psini‎)
Dotan Dimet (‎dotandimet‎)
Jason Clifford
Joeri de Bruin (‎dapperedodo‎)
Maria Hedberg
Snorri Briem
Patrick Mevzek
Fabian Zimmermann (‎fobs‎)
Ahti Nurminen (‎ade‎)
Plesco Natalia (‎natasha‎)
Michal Jurosz (‎mj41‎)
Jesper Dalberg
Kerstin Puschke (‎titanoboa‎)
Martin Waldherr (‎mwal‎)
Tudor Crisan
Gligan Horea (‎Horea‎)
Mihai Pop
Rikus Goodell
Andrew Hodge
Theo van Hoesel (‎vanHoesel‎)
Radyslav Liaskovskyi (‎Radislav‎)
Mike Chamberlain
Andrew Nugged (nugged)
Iaroslav Poliakov
Paul Cochrane (‎ptc‎)
Vidar Tyldum (‎tyldum‎)
Rish
Martin Cermak
Upasana Shukla (‎upasana‎)
Miroslav Tynovsky
Lee Johnson
Thomas Reifenberger
Jose Luis Martinez Torres (‎JLMARTIN‎)
Marco Pessotto (‎melmothx‎)
Richard van Lochem
Jussi Kinnula (‎Spot‎)
István Almási (‎ialmasi‎)
Andreea Hosu
Anca Davidel
Eleatzar Colomer (‎eleatzar‎)
Jason Carty
Kanika Arora
Victor Manuel Rivas Santos (‎Victor‎)
Alessandra Traini (‎leluccia‎)
Mark Nettlingham
Cal
Peter Nugged
Ali Zia
Leif-Arne Utvik
Martin Doppelreiter
Nigel Gregoire
Kenta Sato (‎karupanerura‎)
Nicoleta Maniu
Alberte Thegler
Enrico Marantidis