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What do you get when you mix fractals, 3D printers, robotics, open source, high-powered lasers, and non-orientable surfaces with wood, plastic, textiles, steel, cloth... and lots of coffee? A completely new range of geek fabricated items and appliances. It’s hacking in real life.
In this lively discussion we'll give an update on the Google activities over the last year, including an overview of Android, Chrome, ChromeOS, Go and other releases. We will also present a milestone report on the summer of code.
In this session, gain insight into the progress of Forge.mil, the DoD’s groundbreaking open source-style collaborative software development environment that has garnered over 4,000 members and 170 projects in the last year and a half. Learn from first-hand experience how open source principles are transforming the way the DoD develops software.
What to expect and how to upgrade you Ubuntu Server to 10.04LTS.
Using off the shelf hardware, we integrate small, network-capable single-purpose devices delivering a true time source (via GPS) and a generator of perfect randomness (via Geiger counter). An entertaining introduction to embedded systems delivered while creating actually useful tools. Targeted at budding embedded system Developers and Administrators interested in the gory low-end details.
DNSSEC has become critical to government and large corporate
infrastructure since the plans to sign the root zone and the US
governments DNSSEC mandate. But the technical requirements of DNSSEC
seem to remain clouded in relative obscurity. ISC's DNSSEC experts will walk you through the basics of DNSSEC and setting it up to serve your own network's signed zones.