IPW 2011 - Sponsors
The Department of Computer Science at the University
of Torino has been established in 1984 as the transformation of
the previous Information Science Institute that was founded in 1971.
The Department hosts all the researchers of the University of Torino that are active in the Computer Science field and is the main supporter of the curriculum in Computer Science that is offered by the Faculty of Mathematical, Physical, and Natural Sciences. The Department also participates in several PhD Programs.
The Department of Computer Science is located within the center Piero della Francesca. It consists of offices, lecture halls, library and laboratories.
Smart Open Software Srl (SOS) is a small software firm located in Rome, Italy. We are committed to building the best software products possible (mainly web-based), using solely open standards and technologies.
Our flagship product is an innovative web-based data-mining and DSS software, mainly targeted at the health-care and the banking sectors.
We have been in business since 2003.
Seeweb, since 1998, offers Hosting, Housing, Colocation and Content Delivery. In its two locations, the original one in Frosinone and the new one in Milan, both sporting a carrier-class Datacenter, Seeweb hosts more than 80.000 internet sites, including several high-profile ones. Seeweb has been included multiple times among the most reliable hosting companies in the world, according to the Netcraft analisys.
Booking.com is part of Priceline.com
(Nasdaq:PCLN) World’s #1 Online Hotel Reservations Company
attracting over 30 million unique visitors every month and
offering 135,000+ hotels worldwide.
Our software development basis is SCRUM = Agile!
Are you ready to relocate to Amsterdam in an international, result driven, fun & dynamic work environment? Join us!
2ndQuadrant is the first European network to offert PostgreSQL professional support, training and consulting services in Italy.
netlogica was founded in 2004 and is specialized in the development of web-oriented software, with particular interest for e-commerce systems, interfaces with Gamma and Passepartout management software, gateways towards @Pos and Banca Sella systems, AJAX CMS software with XML managed by its own Perl sotfwares Omnia and XMLMaker. The company has recently been active in the data security field, with fractal cyptographich research (open source libraries Crypt::FNA and Crypt::FNA::Async) and the only crypter project engine (www.crypter.eu).
Geoesse is an Italian company founded in Janaury 2008 that works in the topographic measurements field. The company is located in Travesio, Friuli, Italy and its customers are both public agencies and private companies across Friuli and Italy. Thanks to its electro-optical and GPS instruments, Geoesse can: take planimetric measurements of lands, roads, highways and railroads; tracings of buildings, roads and for division into lots; terrain calculations. Geoesse can provide the collected data in 2D and 3D CAD format.
LEADER.IT is the name of a network made of companies and professionals who focus their business on the development of "Perl like" applications, such as MasonSQL. The project comes from an idea of Guido Brugnara, well-known Italian professional, who is a strong free software advocate. Project members are Cooperativa POSIT (www.posit.it) for the usage of MasonSQL in company management software and, recently, IFASE (Informatic, facility automation and software for environment) which is specialized in software and systems for the environment.
Google is a proud user and supporter of open source software and development methodologies. Google contributes back to the Open Source community in many ways, including more than 20 million lines of source code, project hosting on Google Code, projects for students including Google Summer of Code and the Google Code-in Contest, and support for a wide variety of projects, LUGS, and events around the world.
ActiveState, the dynamic languages company, creates industry-recognized, award-winning tools for developing dynamic language applications including Komodo Edit, Komodo IDE, Perl Dev Kit, and Tcl Dev Kit.
Our free, open source language distributions – ActivePerl, ActivePython and ActiveTcl – are renowned for their quality and relied upon by millions of developers worldwide.
Linode is a cloud computing pioneer, offering virtualized Linux servers since 2003. Operating out of five datacenters in the US and Europe, Linode customers can quickly and easily deploy and scale servers on demand, paying for only what they need when they need it. Linode serves more than 40,000 customers worldwide, provides 24/7/365 live "support that cares", has an active community and publishes technical guides and how-to articles.
O'Reilly Media spreads the knowledge of innovators through its books, online services, magazine, and conferences. Since 1978, O'Reilly has been a chronicler and catalyst of leading-edge development, homing in on the technology trends that really matter and spurring their adoption by amplifying "faint signals" from the alpha geeks who are creating the future. An active participant in the technology community, the company has a long history of advocacy, meme-making, and evangelism.
Publisher of the iconic "animal books" for software developers, creator of the first commercial website (GNN), organizer of the summit meeting that gave the open source software movement its name, and prime instigator of the DIY revolution through its Make magazine, O'Reilly continues to concoct new ways to connect people with the information they need. O'Reilly conferences and summits bring alpha geeks and forward-thinking business leaders together to shape the revolutionary ideas that spark new industries. Long the information source of choice for technologists, the company now also delivers the knowledge of expert early adopters to everyday computer users. Whether it's delivered in print, online, or in person, everything O'Reilly produces reflects the company's unshakeable belief in the power of information to spur innovation.
No Starch Press publishes the finest in geek entertainment, with a focus on open source/Linux, security, hacking, programming, and alternative operating systems.
Apress Inc., based in New York, is the fastest-growing publisher of technical books in the world today. It is dedicated to meeting the needs of IT professionals, from novice to expert. The Apress editorial and production team work hand-in-hand with all authors to ensure that their unique voices come through in each book. Apress is committed to supporting the ever-growing programming community by taking risks on publishing books in niche and nascent technologies.
With more than 700 books in print and a continually expanding portfolio of publications, Apress is devoted to publishing titles of the highest quality and has compiled a team of authors that is a "Who's Who" of the high-tech industry.
The Pragmatic Bookshelf features books written by developers for developers. The titles continue the well-known Pragmatic Programmer style, and continue to garner awards and rave reviews. As development gets more and more difficult, the Pragmatic Programmers will be there with more titles and products to help programmers stay on top of their game.
Italpro is a small software house located in Maniago, PN. Its core business is the development of web application, the configuration of Linux servers and the supply of high-quality hosting services.
Italpro has been developing web-related software since its foundation, in 1996, and is a registered maintainer of the .it ccTLD registry.