Open House 2016

Brno, 6th April, 2016

When

6th April, 2016 01:00 pm - 06:20 pm

Where

Red Hat Czech - TPB
Red Hat Czech s.r.o.
Purkyňova 647/111
Brno 61200
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Wednesday, 6th April 2016

Time Krypton [Third floor] Neptunium [Ground floor] Plutonium [Ground floor] Americium [Ground floor] Helium [Ground floor] Selenium [Ground floor] Tantalum [First floor] Niobium [First floor] Francium [First floor] Germanium [Second floor] Thorium [Ground floor] Argentum [Second floor] Platinum [Second floor] Vanadium [Ground floor]
1:00 pm             Customer Content Services
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Customer Content Services

Customer Content Services - getting information from stakeholders, learning the products, testing, and finally writing the documentation that helps our customers succeed.

By:
Bara Ancincova
April 6, 2016, 1:00 pm to 6:10 pm
Hall: Tantalum [First floor] Track: Team presentation
Developer Experience (interactive seesion)
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Developer Experience (interactive seesion)

This interactive session will be focused on linux containers (and specifically
docker). You'll learn what docker is, how we use this technology in Red Hat and
how it can be useful for you. Everything will be demonstrated — this won't be a
presentation with slides.

By:
Tomas Tomecek
April 6, 2016, 1:00 pm to 6:10 pm
Hall: Niobium [First floor] Track: Interactive session
Troubleshooting Master (contest)
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Troubleshooting Master (contest)

Contest in fixing some issues with OS
Duration about 20 minutes
Apart from the tasks, the goal is also to show various kinds of problems GSS members face on day-by-day basis.

This is also a home of Customer Experience and Engagement team where you can learn about technical support Red Hat provides, roles, positions, daily work and daily fun of the team.

By:
Zdenek Pytela
April 6, 2016, 1:00 pm to 6:10 pm
Hall: Francium [First floor] Track: Contest
BashMaster and comp.(contest)
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BashMaster and comp.(contest)

Test yourself. Check if you can work with Bash (prevalent Linux shell) and/or how universal programmer you are ;-)

By:
Jan Hutar
April 6, 2016, 1:00 pm to 6:10 pm
Hall: Germanium [Second floor] Track: Contest
Identity Management
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Identity Management

Identity Management - centralized user management and secure authentication for your infrastructure and applications

By:
Martin Kosek
April 6, 2016, 1:00 pm to 6:10 pm
Hall: Thorium [Ground floor] Track: Team presentation
oVirt / RHEV
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oVirt / RHEV

oVirt / RHEV Open Source Virtualization - meet people from multiple teams that make this possible and ask whatever you like

By:
Pavel Zhukov
April 6, 2016, 1:00 pm to 6:10 pm
Hall: Argentum [Second floor] Track: Team presentation
Open Stack Introduction
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Open Stack Introduction

Ask us anything about OpenStack! We will explain the concept of Infrastructure-as-a-Service and how OpenStack allows to manage your infrastructure. We are ready to answer to basic and more advanced questions.

By:
Luigi Toscano, Martin Magr, Petr Blaho
April 6, 2016, 1:00 pm to 6:10 pm
Hall: Platinum [Second floor] Track: Team presentation
Hack Me If You Can (contest)
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Hack Me If You Can (contest)

You were challenged by an AI which prepared some obstacles to you. You must pass some tests and prove that you are better than the AI. In order to gain control over it, you have to get access to its main database which contains all its knowledge. So Hack me if you can.

By:
Robin Hack
April 6, 2016, 1:00 pm to 6:10 pm
Hall: Vanadium [Ground floor] Track: Contest
1:10 pm Red Hat Brno Labs
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Red Hat Brno Labs

Introduction to our flexible Research & Development program targeted at college students. It is aimed mostly at students of FIT VUT and FI MUNI. The presentation will tell you what is the program about, what to expect there and how to join it if you are interested. You will also learn what kind of projects do we run in the program and how do people in these projects collaborate with each other.

By:
Jan Zeleny
April 6, 2016, 1:10 pm to 1:40 pm
Hall: Krypton [Third floor] Track: Presentation
7 secrets of Open Source developers
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7 secrets of Open Source developers

How to become successful OSS developer, what is the secret of expert OSS developers?

By:
Vaclav Tunka
April 6, 2016, 1:10 pm to 1:40 pm
Hall: Neptunium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
Bughunting (contest) - Speed run
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Bughunting (contest) - Speed run

Bughunting is a competition where you fix bugs in various applications. It intends to imitate part of the regular work of a developer in a Linux distribution like Fedora or Red Hat Enterprise Linux. We prepared for you couple of issues in various programming languages, so that anyone can find something they know and like.


By:
Tomas Hozza
April 6, 2016, 1:10 pm to 1:40 pm
Hall: Plutonium [Ground floor] Track: Contest
Fedora badges workshop (interactive session)
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Fedora badges workshop (interactive session)

Try your hand at designing Fedora badges using open source software

By:
Mariia Leonova
April 6, 2016, 1:10 pm to 4:10 pm
Hall: Americium [Ground floor] Track: Interactive session
What bugs have to do with zebras or Introduction to Red Hat support
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What bugs have to do with zebras or Introduction to Red Hat support

This is an introduction to Red Hat customer experience and engagement team that includes Red Hat technical support.
What bugs have to do with zebras? How to start career in Red Hat technical support and what are possible ways forward?
Who are the secret agents analyzing kernel crashes and manually editing partition tables? What is special about Red Hat support?

By:
Alex Glotov
April 6, 2016, 1:10 pm to 1:40 pm
Hall: Helium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
Have you tried turning it off and on again : The definitive guide for supporting Java geeks from Apple, CERN and others.
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Have you tried turning it off and on again : The definitive guide for supporting Java geeks from Apple, CERN and others.

There is a saying that behind every great man there is a great woman. Did you know that sometimes even Java rock stars from CERN may need help? Come and find out what does it take to provide technical support to the most demanding customer with their most challenging issues.

By:
Anton Giertli
April 6, 2016, 1:10 pm to 1:40 pm
Hall: Selenium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
1:20 pm
1:30 pm
1:40 pm          
1:50 pm Career At Red Hat
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Career At Red Hat

Is a Red Hat the piece of clothing your are still missing in your wardrobe? Come and learn what it means to work at a place where passionate people are creating better technology the open source way.

By:
Jiri Folta
April 6, 2016, 1:50 pm to 2:20 pm
Hall: Krypton [Third floor] Track: Presentation
What is Middleware QE – Intro
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What is Middleware QE – Intro

What is middleware/JBoss. How does QE work for middleware and what are they doing in Brno office.

By:
Jiri Pechanec
April 6, 2016, 1:50 pm to 2:20 pm
Hall: Neptunium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
Bughunting (contest) - Regular run
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Bughunting (contest) - Regular run

Bughunting is a competition where you fix bugs in various applications. It intends to imitate part of the regular work of a developer in a Linux distribution like Fedora or Red Hat Enterprise Linux. We prepared for you couple of issues in various programming languages, so that anyone can find something they know and like.

By:
Tomas Hozza
April 6, 2016, 1:50 pm to 3:00 pm
Hall: Plutonium [Ground floor] Track: Contest
Manage and distribute software repositories with Pulp
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Manage and distribute software repositories with Pulp

In this session you will learn about Pulp project and its team.

You will find out:
How you can manage nearly all kind of digital content type( RPMs, Python, Puppet packages, Docker images) by one tool;
What cool thing you can do with Pulp;
How to work in a multicultural team distributed across the world;
How to grow technically fast by sharing knowledge and take advantage of Pull Request process review.

By:
Ina Panova
April 6, 2016, 1:50 pm to 2:20 pm
Hall: Helium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
Open Source Development on a Mission Critical Project
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Open Source Development on a Mission Critical Project

What are the practices of an Open Source Developer in distributed team on mission critical project? How developers interact with each other, what are some of the tools that they use to share code and to communicate? How being an Open Source Developer benefits your carreer? How is Open Source development different from being a developer in some other Brno software companies?

By:
Filip Nguyen
April 6, 2016, 1:50 pm to 2:20 pm
Hall: Selenium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
2:00 pm
2:10 pm
2:20 pm        
2:30 pm Red Hat for Students
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Red Hat for Students

You will learn what the university program of Red Hat is all about and how can you become a part of it. Whether it be writing a thesis with us, or becoming an intern.

By:
Matej Hrusovsky, Tereza Ticha
April 6, 2016, 2:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Hall: Krypton [Third floor] Track: Presentation
Technical Writing: the Craft of Explaining Difficult Stuff Simply
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Technical Writing: the Craft of Explaining Difficult Stuff Simply

An introduction to how technical documentation is created, and how to describe complex things in an easy-to-understand manner.

By:
Jirka Herrmann, Robert Kratky
April 6, 2016, 2:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Hall: Neptunium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
Virtual Networking
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Virtual Networking

An introduction to virtual networking. What it is, why we need it and how we use it to interconnect virtual machines in Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization.

By:
Petr Horacek
April 6, 2016, 2:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Hall: Helium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
How to use Fedora for beginners
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How to use Fedora for beginners

Basic usage of Fedora for beginners. You will see, how you can use Fedora for your daily work. You will see what email programs are available in Fedora, how to install software for playing video and music, what programs are available for editing your photos. You will see how to Fedora Workstation will be used for demonstration.

By:
Petr Hracek
April 6, 2016, 2:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Hall: Selenium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
2:40 pm
2:50 pm
3:00 pm          
3:10 pm Operating System of the Future - does OS still matter?
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Operating System of the Future - does OS still matter?

Is Operating System still important in the world of clouds, web apps, IoT etc. Where is RHEL and Fedora heading?

By:
Luděk Šmíd
April 6, 2016, 3:10 pm to 3:40 pm
Hall: Krypton [Third floor] Track: Presentation
Technical Writing: Edible Instructions (interactive session)
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Technical Writing: Edible Instructions (interactive session)

The practical follow-up to Technical Writing: the Craft of Explaining Difficult Stuff Simply.

Unleash your inner technical writer and try your hand at creating your own documentation of some very consumable products, either in Czech or in English.

By:
Jirka Herrmann, Robert Kratky
April 6, 2016, 3:10 pm to 3:40 pm
Hall: Neptunium [Ground floor] Track: Interactive session
Bughunting (contest) - Speed run
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Bughunting (contest) - Speed run

Bughunting is a competition where you fix bugs in various applications. It intends to imitate part of the regular work of a developer in a Linux distribution like Fedora or Red Hat Enterprise Linux. We prepared for you couple of issues in various programming languages, so that anyone can find something they know and like.

By:
Tomas Hozza
April 6, 2016, 3:10 pm to 3:40 pm
Hall: Plutonium [Ground floor] Track: Contest
SELinux, don't turn it off
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SELinux, don't turn it off

SELinux is not so hard to use …

By:
Petr Lautrbach
April 6, 2016, 3:10 pm to 3:40 pm
Hall: Helium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
The History of FOSS & the Open Source Way
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The History of FOSS & the Open Source Way

Small fly through history to let you know how it all started, how it did go, what have we achieved so far, and what can we expect in the future...

By:
David Kaspar
April 6, 2016, 3:10 pm to 3:40 pm
Hall: Selenium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
3:20 pm
3:30 pm
3:40 pm          
3:50 pm Red Hat Brno Labs
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Red Hat Brno Labs

Introduction to our flexible Research & Development program targeted at college students. It is aimed mostly at students of FIT VUT and FI MUNI. The presentation will tell you what is the program about, what to expect there and how to join it if you are interested. You will also learn what kind of projects do we run in the program and how do people in these projects collaborate with each other.

By:
Jan Zeleny
April 6, 2016, 3:50 pm to 4:20 pm
Hall: Krypton [Third floor] Track: Presentation
Are Programmers Better than Sys Admins? Introduction to DevOps Culture
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Are Programmers Better than Sys Admins? Introduction to DevOps Culture

Modern world is changing fast and presents challenges requiring tighter collaboration between IT departments. Are you choosing a programming or system administration career path? Wait. It may be better to choose both.

By:
Anton Marchukov
April 6, 2016, 3:50 pm to 4:20 pm
Hall: Neptunium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
Bughunting (contest) - Regular run
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Bughunting (contest) - Regular run

Bughunting is a competition where you fix bugs in various applications. It intends to imitate part of the regular work of a developer in a Linux distribution like Fedora or Red Hat Enterprise Linux. We prepared for you couple of issues in various programming languages, so that anyone can find something they know and like.

By:
Tomas Hozza
April 6, 2016, 3:50 pm to 5:00 pm
Hall: Plutonium [Ground floor] Track: Contest
We don't make mistakes!
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We don't make mistakes!

If you want to know about release engineering this presentation will give you a good start. You will get to learn who we are, best practices we follow and how do we supercharge deliveries of enterprise products.

By:
Daniel Mach, Sushma Shivakumar
April 6, 2016, 3:50 pm to 4:20 pm
Hall: Helium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
Open Source Development on a Mission Critical Project
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Open Source Development on a Mission Critical Project

What are the practices of an Open Source Developer in distributed team on mission critical project? How developers interact with each other, what are some of the tools that they use to share code and to communicate? How being an Open Source Developer benefits your carreer? How is Open Source development different from being a developer in some other Brno software companies?

By:
Filip Nguyen
April 6, 2016, 3:50 pm to 4:20 pm
Hall: Selenium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
4:00 pm
4:10 pm  
4:20 pm          
4:30 pm Career At Red Hat
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Career At Red Hat

Is a Red Hat the piece of clothing your are still missing in your wardrobe? Come and learn what it means to work at a place where passionate people are creating better technology the open source way.

By:
Jiri Folta
April 6, 2016, 4:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Hall: Krypton [Third floor] Track: Presentation
What is Middleware QE – Intro
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What is Middleware QE – Intro

What is middleware/JBoss. How does QE work for middleware and what are they doing in Brno office.

By:
Jiri Pechanec
April 6, 2016, 4:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Hall: Neptunium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
The History of FOSS & the Open Source Way
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The History of FOSS & the Open Source Way

Small fly through history to let you know how it all started, how it did go, what have we achieved so far, and what can we expect in the future...

By:
David Kaspar
April 6, 2016, 4:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Hall: Americium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
Software storage overview
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Software storage overview

Short intro into software storages, solutions developed and tested in RH.

By:
Martin Kudlej
April 6, 2016, 4:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Hall: Helium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
How to use Fedora for beginners
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How to use Fedora for beginners

Basic usage of Fedora for beginners. You will see, how you can use Fedora for your daily work. You will see what email programs are available in Fedora, how to install software for playing video and music, what programs are available for editing your photos. You will see how to Fedora Workstation will be used for demonstration.

By:
Petr Hracek
April 6, 2016, 4:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Hall: Selenium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
4:40 pm
4:50 pm
5:00 pm            
5:10 pm Red Hat for Students
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Red Hat for Students

You will learn what the university program of Red Hat is all about and how can you become a part of it. Whether it be writing a thesis with us, or becoming an intern.

By:
Matej Hrusovsky, Tereza Ticha
April 6, 2016, 5:10 pm to 5:40 pm
Hall: Krypton [Third floor] Track: Presentation
JBoss Community project development x JBoss products
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JBoss Community project development x JBoss products

You will learn about the JBoss Community project development model and how projects become products.

By:
Vaclav Tunka
April 6, 2016, 5:10 pm to 5:40 pm
Hall: Neptunium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
Bughunting (contest) - Speed run
 Attend Link

Bughunting (contest) - Speed run

Bughunting is a competition where you fix bugs in various applications. It intends to imitate part of the regular work of a developer in a Linux distribution like Fedora or Red Hat Enterprise Linux. We prepared for you couple of issues in various programming languages, so that anyone can find something they know and like.

By:
Tomas Hozza
April 6, 2016, 5:10 pm to 5:40 pm
Hall: Plutonium [Ground floor] Track: Contest
Are Programmers Better than Sys Admins? Introduction to DevOps Culture
 Attend Link

Are Programmers Better than Sys Admins? Introduction to DevOps Culture

Modern world is changing fast and presents challenges requiring tighter collaboration between IT departments. Are you choosing a programming or system administration career path? Wait. It may be better to choose both.

By:
Anton Marchukov
April 6, 2016, 5:10 pm to 5:40 pm
Hall: Americium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
What bugs have to do with zebras or Introduction to Red Hat support
 Attend Link

What bugs have to do with zebras or Introduction to Red Hat support

This is an introduction to Red Hat customer experience and engagement team that includes Red Hat technical support.
What bugs have to do with zebras? How to start career in Red Hat technical support and what are possible ways forward?
Who are the secret agents analyzing kernel crashes and manually editing partition tables? What is special about Red Hat support?

By:
Alex Glotov
April 6, 2016, 5:10 pm to 5:40 pm
Hall: Helium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
Manage and distribute software repositories with Pulp
 Attend Link

Manage and distribute software repositories with Pulp

In this session you will learn about Pulp project and its team.

You will find out:
How you can manage nearly all kind of digital content type( RPMs, Python, Puppet packages, Docker images) by one tool;
What cool thing you can do with Pulp;
How to work in a multicultural team distributed across the world;
How to grow technically fast by sharing knowledge and take advantage of Pull Request process review.

By:
Ina Panova
April 6, 2016, 5:10 pm to 5:40 pm
Hall: Selenium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
5:20 pm
5:30 pm
5:40 pm            
5:50 pm SW Automation Engineering at Red Hat
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SW Automation Engineering at Red Hat

Introduction to our QE and DevOps teams, about our tools, technology, working style, prefered language etc.

By:
Jiri Kroupa
April 6, 2016, 5:50 pm to 6:20 pm
Hall: Krypton [Third floor] Track: Presentation
Developer Advocate
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Developer Advocate

Come to see OpenShift cluster deployed on Minnowboards (small development boards like RaspberryPi, but way cooler!) and see the platform in action.

By:
Marek Jelen
April 6, 2016, 5:50 pm to 6:20 pm
Hall: Neptunium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
Bughunting (contest) - Speed run
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Bughunting (contest) - Speed run

Bughunting is a competition where you fix bugs in various applications. It intends to imitate part of the regular work of a developer in a Linux distribution like Fedora or Red Hat Enterprise Linux. We prepared for you couple of issues in various programming languages, so that anyone can find something they know and like.

By:
Tomas Hozza
April 6, 2016, 5:50 pm to 6:20 pm
Hall: Plutonium [Ground floor] Track: Contest
Open Source Development on a Mission Critical Project
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Open Source Development on a Mission Critical Project

What are the practices of an Open Source Developer in distributed team on mission critical project? How developers interact with each other, what are some of the tools that they use to share code and to communicate? How being an Open Source Developer benefits your carreer? How is Open Source development different from being a developer in some other Brno software companies?

By:
Filip Nguyen
April 6, 2016, 5:50 pm to 6:20 pm
Hall: Americium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
A Security Rendezvous
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A Security Rendezvous

The purposes of the presentation are:
Scare people (what might happen when they won’t care for security)
Provide a hope (wha’ts being done in Red Hat to improve security of the products)
Introduction of various teams within RH dealing with security

By:
Jan Lieskovsky
April 6, 2016, 5:50 pm to 6:20 pm
Hall: Helium [Ground floor] Track: Presentation
Fun with LibVirt (Interactive session)
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Fun with LibVirt (Interactive session)

Write a web based virtual machines management console in 15 minutes, debug it in 5 minutes.

By:
Martin Kletzander, Michal Privoznik
April 6, 2016, 5:50 pm to 6:20 pm
Hall: Selenium [Ground floor] Track: Interactive session
6:00 pm
6:10 pm                

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