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Samstag, 24.09.2016

Session 1 / 11:00 - 11:45

disabilitycamp - Raum Forum

Thema: So behindert - Do's & Don'ts

Name: Heidemarie Egger
Twitter: #heegger

coscamp - Raum Auditorium A

Thema: Hollywood! - gute Videos günstig selber produzieren

Name:
Twitter:

BlogIt! / journocamp - Raum Auditorium B

Thema: Kinder & Bilder in Social Media

Name: Stefan
Twitter:

coscamp - Raum Nature

Thema: Wie gläsern ist der Mensch wirklich

Name:
Twitter: @haunschmidttech

journocamp - Raum Flow

Thema: New Roles and Responsibilities im Journalismus

Name: Dieter Ziernig
Twitter: @dieterziernig

virtualcamp - powered by Microsoft

Thema: Building a 3D Game with Unity and Visual Studio in 45 Minutes, Rina Ahmed, Microsoft

Are you a .NET developer who always dreamed of writing video games? In this short and fun session, we’ll do exactly this. We’ll start a new project, and write a 3D game in C# with Visual Studio and Unity, from scratch, in almost no time. You’ll learn about Unity, a powerful tool to create games that span all modern platforms: consoles, mobiles, desktops and even HoloLens, and how you can leverage its integration with Visual Studio to use your favorite C# IDE to write games.
Also see: https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2016/T607

Name: Gerhard Goeschl
Twitter: @GGoeschl

Session 2 / 12:00 - 12:45

BlogIt! - Raum Forum

Thema: Blogs - quo vadis?

Name: Dani Terbu
Twitter: #daniterbu

digitalbusinesscamp - Raum Auditorium A

Thema: Chatbots

Name: Tom Roschanek
Twitter: @tomroschanek

prcamp - Raum Auditorium B

Thema: Kulturveranstaltungen digital

Name: Conrad Heszler
Twitter: @conradheszler

digitalbusinesscamp - Raum Nature

Thema: Hamburgs Digitalszene

Name:
Twitter: @themroc

journocamp - Raum Flow

Thema: Zukunft des Onlinevideojournalismus

Name:
Twitter:

virtualcamp - powered by Microsoft

Thema: What’s New in Accessibility (for Developers and Users), Rina Ahmed, Microsoft
Rina provides an overview of some of the new accessibility features in Windows. She shares information about how Microsoft is responding to user requests for a “one stop shop” for accessibility on MSDN (the new Accessibility Developer Hub) and to combine guidance and sample code in articles (the new Design & UI content at the Windows Dev Center). The overview also includes XAML improvements, e.g. support for mnemonics or access keys in a few steps, and Edge platform improvements, e.g. code web pages and apps using web standards like ARIA for an accessible experience. She also shares some new tools that make it easier to find, triage and fix common accessibility errors within Visual Studio and after apps have been deployed using Narrator Developer Mode. Finally, she shares some investments Microsoft is making to improve the Narrator user experience. Microsoft believes there is a great business case for creating accessible applications for all users, and is investing to make it easier for developers to create accessible experiences.
Also see: https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2016/P496

Name: Gerhard Goeschl
Twitter: @GGoeschl

Session 3 / 13:00 - 13:45

journocamp - Raum Forum

Thema: Krypton für Politik

Name: Dan Wolfsgruber & Alex Surowiec
Twitter: @SuroAlex

adcamp - Raum Auditorium A

Thema: Erfolgsmessung CM

Name: Babsi Ginzinger, Gisela Gelbessler
Twitter: @Babsiginzi

coscamp - Raum Auditorium B

Thema: Online Journalismus + Content-Strategie

Name: Sandra Mathelitsch
Twitter: @smathelitsch

digitalbusinesscamp - Raum Nature

Thema: Barcamps in der "Pampa"

Name: Martin Skopal, Robert Lender
Twitter: @roblen @martinskopal

adcamp - Raum Flow

Thema: Austausch Social Media

Name: Martina Berger
Twitter: @martini901

virtualcamp - powered by Microsoft

Thema: Building a Conversational Bot: From 0 to 60, Rina Ahmed, Microsoft
The Microsoft Bot Framework provides everything you need to build and connect your bots to your users wherever they converse – from SMS to Office365 mail to Slack and more… It’s your bot, wherever your users are talking. Learn how to use the Bot Framework to build a bot with your own existing code, use the Bot Builder to generate conversational dialogs from scratch, and more to give your bot skills with natural language processing and deep learning technology. Walk away with tools to build a great bot that can connect with users, wherever they are.
Also see: https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2016/B821

Name: Gerhard Goeschl
Twitter: @GGoeschl

MITTAGSPAUSE - auf zur Rutsche!

Session 4 / 15:00 - 15:45

disabilitycamp/digitalbusinesscamp - Raum Forum

Thema: Burn Out & digitale Medien

Name: Hubert J. Weitzer, Sandra Edelmann
Twitter: @hubertweitzer @sedlfrau

uxcamp - Raum Auditorium A

Thema: UX / Feature Matrix

Name: Wieland.cc
Twitter:

adcamp - Raum Auditorium B

Thema: Google Analytics

Name: Martin Haunschmidt
Twitter: @haunschmidttech

digitalbusinesscamp - Raum Nature

Thema: Inhouse-Video-Frage-Session

Name:
Twitter: @theresebinich

prcamp - Raum Flow

Thema: Koop zw. Bloggern & Pr-Agenturen

Name:
Twitter:

virtualcamp - powered by Microsoft

Thema: Advanced Analytics with Application Insights, Oliver Lintner, Microsoft
In this session you will learn advanced querying concepts with Analytic. It provides an overview of the telemetry data that Application Insights collect and how you can you use interactive querying to get instant answers to your questions.
Also see: https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2016/P591

Name: Gerhard Goeschl
Twitter: @GGoeschl

Session 5 / 16:00 - 16:45

coscamp - Raum Forum

Thema: Content Audit

Name: Irene Michl
Twitter: @irenemichl

adcamp - Raum Auditorium A

Thema: Die neuen, neuen Medien - Snapchat, Reddit, Tinder

Name: Martin Haunschmidt, Martina Berger
Twitter: @haunschmidttech @martini901

journocamp - Raum Auditorium B

Thema: Who's got the News

Name: Katharina Ramchen
Twitter: @fjumwien

BlogIt!/coscamp - Raum Nature

Thema:Digital G'schichtldrucken

Name: Martin Skopal
Twitter: @martinskopal

prcamp - Raum Flow

Thema: Kommunikations-
abteilungen als Redaktionen?

Name:
Twitter:

virtualcamp - powered by Microsoft

Thema: Advanced Analytics with Application Insights, Oliver Lintner, Microsoft
In this session you will learn advanced querying concepts with Analytic. It provides an overview of the telemetry data that Application Insights collect and how you can you use interactive querying to get instant answers to your questions.
Also see: https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2016/P591

Name: Gerhard Goeschl
Twitter: @GGoeschl

Session 6 / 17:00 - 17:45

camp - Raum Forum

Thema:

Name:
Twitter:

digitalbusinesscamp - Raum Auditorium A

Thema: Neuer Umgang mit Kunden - Technik für prozessorientierte Zusammenarbeit

Name: Hubert J. Weitzer
Twitter: @hubertweitzer

adcamp / prcamp - Raum Auditorium B

Thema: StartUp Communications

Name: Tom Roschanek
Twitter: @tomroschanek

prcamp - Raum Nature

Thema: How to start a movement? Neue politische Bewegungen.

Name: Clemens Schuster
Twitter: @hofrat

coscamp/uxcamp / journocamp - Raum Flow

Thema: Community Building

Name:
Twitter:

virtualcamp - powered by Microsoft

Thema: Building Intelligent Applications Using the Cortana Analytics Process, Oliver Lintner, Microsoft
Learn how the Cortana Analytics Process empowers you with a systematic approach to understand your raw data, and transform it into actions you can embed in intelligent applications. We will walk through the Cortana Analytics Process using a real-life large publicly available New York City (NYC) Taxi dataset that consists of 1.1 billion NYC taxi rides taken from January 2009 to June 2015. You will learn how to use JuPyter notebooks to explore the data to derive insights and use Azure Machine Learning to create predictive models that can power intelligent applications. You will learn how to operationalize your model as a web service, and integrate it with an application. Using these process and the walkthroughs you can gain the skills to design, build and operationalize you own intelligent solutions powered by Cortana Analytics Suite using an iterative and methodical approach.
Also see: https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2016/P421

Name: Gerhard Goeschl
Twitter: @GGoeschl

18:00 Abschlussrunde - Blitzlicht

Sonntag, 25.09.2016

Session 1 / 12:15 - 13:00

disabilitycamp - Raum Forum

Thema: Barrierefreies Webdesign

Name:
Twitter: @rhea-maria

BlogIt - Raum Auditorium A

Thema: Relevanz von Familienblogs - wie man mit Special Interest den Markt aufmischt

Name: Daniela Gaigg
Twitter: @diekleinebotin

adcamp /coscamp / prcamp - Raum Auditorium B

Thema: How to Podcast

Name: Julia
Twitter: @juliapunkt

prcamp - Raum Nature

Thema: Krisenkommunikation am Beispiel des Austrian Young PR Awards

Name: Kathrin Resinger, Thomas Mitzka
Twitter: @kya_res @thomasmitzka

digitalbusinesscamp - Raum Flow

Thema: Virtual is the new Reality

Name: Tom Roschanek
Twitter: @tomroschanek

virtualcamp - powered by Microsoft

Thema: Windows 10 IoT Core: From Maker to Market, Oliver Lintner, Microsoft
With Windows 10 IoT Core we have made it so anyone can learn, build and productize Things – intelligent, connected devices with apps. From the most novice student to the experienced pro developers, the tool set, technologies and platform grow with you from Maker to Market. In this session you’ll learn about how to leverage the value of Windows and easily build these next generation devices based on hardware like the Raspberry Pi 3. You’ll see how the experience grows with your capabilities, and how we have made Windows approachable and relevant for real world intelligent, connected devices.
Also see: https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2016/B860

Name: Gerhard Goeschl
Twitter: @GGoeschl

Session 2 / 13:15 - 14:00

prcamp - Raum Forum

Thema:Facebook Ads Tipps & Tricks

Name:
Twitter: @magbrot

coscamp - Raum Auditorium A

Thema: Community Management 2.0 - WhatsApp + Facebook Messanger

Name: Thomas Meyer
Twitter:

journocamp - Raum Auditorium B

Thema: Dossier - Zukunft des Investigativen Journalismus

Name:
Twitter: @fjumwien

adcamp - Raum Nature

Thema: The dark side of Social Media

Name: Martin Haunschmidt
Twitter: @haunschmidttech

prcamp - Raum Flow

Thema: Quo vadis PR?

Name:
Twitter:

virtualcamp - powered by Microsoft

Thema: Deep Dive Into IOT Starter Kit App: Architecture and Getting Started on Building Your IOT Solution, Oliver Lintner, Microsoft
In this session Oliver will go deep into the IOT Starter Kit. Learn how he designed the architecture around his app, the patterns he used and how code reuse saves him time. Get started on taking our solution and building your own Azure IOT app.
Also see: https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2016/T673-R1

Name: Gerhard Goeschl
Twitter: @GGoeschl

MITTAGSPAUSE auf zur Rutsche

Session 3 / 15:30 - 16:15

adcamp - Raum Forum

Thema:Hello Cash - 23 Wege um mit seinem Blog Geld zu verdienen

Name: Alex Surowiec & Martin
Twitter: @suroalex

disabilitycamp - Raum Auditorium A

Thema: Die Memoiren einer Autistin

Name:
Twitter:

digitalbusinesscamp - Treffpunkt 15:00 Uhr vor Raum Auditorium B

Thema: The New World of Work using Microsoft Technologies, Gerhard Goeschl, Microsoft
During a guided Tour through the Microosft Offices in Vienna we will show bow to use Microsoft Technologies like Skype for Business, Office 365, and others to be more productive and to raise employee satisfaction.

Name:Gerhard Goeschl
Twitter: @ggoeschl

prcamp - Raum Nature

Thema: Geht es immer nur um Zahlen oder gibt es Alternativen zur Erfolgsmessung?

Name: Sue
Twitter:

journocamp - Raum Flow

Thema:Journalismus und Migration - Empfehlungen aus dem Jahr 2005 im Vergleich zu 2016?

Name: Hubert J. Weitzer
Twitter: @hubertweitzer @fjumwien

virtualcamp - powered by Microsoft

Thema: The top 3 Hosted Web Apps Myths , Rina Ahmed, Microsoft
Hosted Web Apps on Windows 10 can do more than ever before but that isn’t always clear. People often times have thoughts and questions similar to these: “can I call native APIs form JS on the web?”, “it can’t be that simple”, “websites don’t look like apps”, “how can my web code work offline?”, “web apps have slow UI” and more. This session will take the top 10 myths surrounding Hosted Web Apps and debunk them through code samples, demos and videos. It will cover how Hosted Web Apps can exemplify a range of native app features from offline capabilities to fast, fluid and responsive UI.
Also see: https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2016/P444https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2016/P445https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2016/P446

Name:Gerhard Goeschl
Twitter: @GGoeschl

Session 4 / 16:30 - 17:15

camp - Raum Forum

Thema:

Name:
Twitter:

BlogIt! - Raum Auditorium A

Thema: Digitaler Fotoworkflow

Name: Tom Roschanek
Twitter: @tomroschanek

prcamp - Raum Auditorium B

Thema: "Dunkles Wien" - Idee für ein Online Projekt

Name:Thomas mitzka
Twitter: @thomasmitzka

journocamp - Raum Nature

Thema: Was wir von US Medien lernen können

Name:
Twitter: @llettmayr

camp - Raum Flow

Thema:

Name:
Twitter:

virtualcamp - powered by Microsoft

Thema: Web Apps Beyond the Browser: Cross-Platform Meets Cross Device, Rina Ahmed, Microsoft
You already have a web dev workflow and deploy your code to a backend of your choice. You are writing code across Mac OS, Windows or both. This session will cover how you can leverage your existing workflow, while deeply integrating with Windows devices across PC, Phone, Xbox, and IoT. Whether you want to incorporate Continuum, Cortana, or any other native Windows API just feature detect in JavaScript and code away. This session is great for all web developers, from ASP .NET to Angular and React you’ll be able to easily create a Universal Windows App from existing web code.
Also see: https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2016/B888

Name:Gerhard Goeschl
Twitter: @GGoeschl

17:30 Abschlussrunde - Blitzlicht

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