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MSC Malaysia Open Source Conference 2010

Date: 29 June - 1 July, 2010
Venue: Level 14, Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Kuala Lumpur (the same venue as last year)

This is an annual event, and this time round Bro. Harisfazillah Jamel (aka LinuxMalaysia) is the key player of this event.

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The presentation slides are available from http://www.scribd.com/document_collections/2500867

Some interesting presentations I attended;

Day 1

Easy DNSSEC Deployment with OPENDNSSEC - Amir Haris, Localhost, Malaysia

Teach your kids online safety - Mohd Rashidi, Workzone, Malaysia

Drupal Web Portal Performance on LAMP, Ahmad Najib Habeb, Drupal.my, Malaysia

Internet Malicious Miscreant - Muhammad Najmi Ahmad Zabidi, IIUM, Malaysia

Android Applications in 3D - Yap Wen Jiun, MMU, Malaysia

1 Hour Prototype: Web Application Development with Grails - Mohd Suhaizal Md Kamari, Jaringan Data, Malaysia

Joomla 1.6 Security - Sam Moffat, Joomla, Australia

 

Day 2

Why Open Source Matters to The Average Joe - Sam Choo, Joget Workflow, Malaysia

MPEG hardware encoding in the implementation of a Digital Video Recorder - Sharifah Ummu Kulthum Syed Abdul Rahman, IIUM, Malaysia

Asterisk, a key to IP convergent - I C Chen, SITA, Malaysia

A history of computer security techniques - Sam Moffat, Joomla, Australia

MariaDB: MySQL->Next? - Colin Charles, Grok Malaysia

Beginning Smartphone Web Development - Bikesh, iTrain, Malaysia

WordPress: 3.0 Milestone, Community, Showcase - Simon Lim, WP Design Studio, Malaysia

 

Day 3

Content Management Using Object Relational Database Approach - Assoc. Prof. Dr. Md Gapar Md Johar, MSU, Malaysia

Simultaneous Disk Imaging Using Open-Source Tools for Digital Forensic - Ibrahim Yusuf ,MMU Melaka, Malaysia

Deadly Sins Using MySQL and PHP - Walter Heck, Open Query, Australia

DIY Your Security Tools With Open Source Code - Mahmod Abd Rahman, CyberSecurity Malaysia

OWASP and What It Can Do For You - Cecil Su, OWASP Global, Singapore

OWASP Joomla CMS Vulnerability Scanner - Aung Khan, YGN Ethical Hacker Group, Myanmar,

The JavaScript Programming Language - Ditesh Gathani, Malaysia


 

Pictures - MSC Malaysia OSS Conference 2010

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MSC Malaysia OSS Conference 2009 – With Jazri, Alif, Asyraf, Hafiz and Fazli…

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