Sessions and tutorials

Sessions will take place from Wednesday 28th to Friday 30th. With a unique focus on open-source technologies for e-governance, the sessions are divided in three main tracks:

Legal and Business issues
Ranging from general issues on standards, licenses, interoperability to business highlights on open-source adoption or strategy, the sessions of this track are all given by experienced managers who have a deep understanding on why and how open source software can be leveraged in a business environment.

Use cases and best practices
Sessions of this track intend to provide infrastructure software decision makers, application developers and system architects with alternative development/ deployment strategies and experiences best practices based on open source software in various domains such as health, education, GtoG processes, GtoC processes, security, etc.

Open source technologies
Tutorials will give developers and architects an opportunity to understand technological principles and to discover open source components and frameworks that can be used to solve e-government application requirements.
Please note that tutorials will take place in computer labs on september 30 and therefore will be accessible only to a limited number of people. Registration is now closed.
Each tutorial will be half-day long,leaving opportunities for both lectures, demos and hands-on.

The slides of the various presentations are written and distributed under the License Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5.

Opening Ceremony

Legal and Business issues

Use cases and best practices

Open source technologies