CodeCon program announced, early registration deadline nearing Jan 21 2006 07:56PM
Len Sassaman (rabbi abditum com)
The program for CodeCon 2006 has been announced.


CodeCon is the premier showcase of innovative software projects. It is a
workshop for developers of real-world applications with working code and
active development projects. All presentations will given by one of the
lead developers, and accompanied by a functional demo.

Highlights of CodeCon 2006 include:

iGlance - Open source push-to-talk videoconferencing and
Monotone - Low stress, high functionality version control
Query By Example - Data mining operations within PostgreSQL
Djinni - Efficient approximations to NP-complete problems
Elsa/Oink/Cqual++ - A static-time whole-program dataflow analysis for C
and C++
Truman - An open-source behavioral malware analysis sandnet
VidTorrent/Peers - A scalable real-time p2p streaming protocol

The fifth annual CodeCon takes place February 10 - 12, 11:30 - 18:00, at
StudioZ (314 11th Street) in San Francisco. Early registration is $63,
available online until February 1st, 2006.

Registration will be available at the door for $85.

Supporting Attendee tickets are also available, and include a one-year
membership to the USENIX Association. Please see the CodeCon registration
page for details:


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