keynotes looks like this...
Tuesday 23rd August
10:45 - The Path to a Mobile Drupal: Techniques, Tools and Failure : John Albin Wilkins
10:45 - With One Click : Marcus Deglos
13:00 - Easy Drupal Hosting Lifecycle: Local Dev, Production Deploy, Cloud Scale, and Sleep Well : Barry Jaspan
14:15 - Doing Drupal Security Right : Gábor Hojtsy
15:45 - Integration with External Services (APIs, web applications, mobile) : Kalle Varisvirta, Leon Tong
17:00 - Take Full Control of Your Site Layout with Display Suite for Drupal 7 : Kristof De Jaeger, Jan-yves Vanhaverbeke
Wednesday 24th August
10:30 - Multilingual Drupal Solutions: Use Cases and Modules : Florian Loretan, Jose Antonio Reyero del Prado
12:30 - Creating and Measuring the User Experience : Jeff Noyes
13:45 - Node.js and Drupal : beejeebus, Howard Tyson
15:00 - Slick Data Sharding: How to Develop Scalable Data Applications With Drupal: Tobby Hagler
Thursday 25th August
11:00 - Adaptive, Responsive, Mobile First and Drupal Theming for the Future with HTML5, CSS3 and Omega : Jake Strawn
13:30 - Of Constraints and Capabilities: Applying Systems Thinking to Design the Ideal Experience
Dante Murphy, Angel Brown
14:45 - Drush Deploy : Mark Sonnabaum, Moshe Weitzman
There are several instances were I'm torn as with Dries' presentation Drupal 8 Update / Keynote Follow-up.
Last week I learned of the possibility of starting a post-grad informatics distance learning course. There are intakes in September and January. I was given food for thought as at the moment fees for this post-graduate course are less than undergraduate studies.
As noted ages ago here on W2tQ Drupal and h2cm will factor in such studies if I can reach the dissertation stage. Definitely - more to follow...