Agenda

The S&T conference begins at 0800 Central Standard Time.

A list of speakers is available on this page.

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Schedule

AM (CT)

  • 0800 - 0810 - Welcome and Opening Remarks - Karl Lehenbauer
  • 0810 - 0813 - Brief Overview of the Conference
  • 0815 - 0915 - 2021 SQLite Status Update - Richard Hipp
  • 0920 - 0950 - CloudTk - The Holy Grail of Tk Deployment? - Steve Landers and Steve Blinkhorn - Presentation
  • 0955 - 1025 - Beyond the Edge: SQLite at the Core of Florida Water Conservation - Bradley Spatz - Presentation
  • 1030 - 1045- Tcl, HTML, open source software (OSS) - Michael Kaelbling - WIP
  • 1050 - 1120 - HammerDB: The Industry Standard Database Benchmarking Tool Written in Tcl/Tk with SQLite - Steve Shaw - Presentation
  • 1125 - 1155 - BessyHDFViewer - A Data Analysis Tool for Scientific Measurements - Christian Gollwitzer - Presentation
  • 1200 - 1230 - Technology Data Smart Management - Luca Proverbio/Ramona Scaramuzzino/Lavinia Fabrello - Presentation
  • 1230 - 1300 - Lunch

PM (CT)

  • 1305 - 1320 - A Notification Program for Throttling per Host syslog-ng Messages with Flexible Mailbox Selection - Nic Boet - WIP
  • 1325 - 1355 - Pluggable Interfaces for Tcl Values - Nathan Coulter - Presentation
  • 1400 - 1430 - Using Tkinter for General Tcl-Python Interop (and why you probably shouldn't) - Chris Roberts - Presentation
  • 1435 - 1505  - A Multi Airport Milestone Simulation in Tcl/Tk - Frank Morlang - Presentation
  • 1505-1530 - Coffee Break
  • 1535 - 1605 - The Quest for Immutable Values Built from Immutable Values - Donald Porter - Presentation
  • 1610 - 1625 - Tcl Filters for the Pandoc Document Processor - Detlef Groth - WIP
  • 1630 - 1700 - Using SQLite on Microcontrollers Running NuttX RTOS - Alan Carvalho de Assis - Presentation
  • 1705 - 1735 - Tclrad: A Desktop/Web Rapid Application Development System - Franco Violi - Presentation
  • 1740 - 1805 - SqLite at the Edge: delivering scalable, distributed, no-sql async workflows using ESS-tcl - David Simmons - Presentation
  • 1805 - Closing Remarks - Karl Lehenbauer