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Jean-Michel Pouré
Day Saturday
Room AW1.105
Capacity 48
Start time 13:15
End time 13:45
Duration 00:30
Track Security & hardware crypto devroom

Smart card and crypto jungle

Description of different crypto hardware and insight to the maze of different libraries, frameworks and middlewares.

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When Event Track Where
13:45-14:15 SSH libraries: SSH vs TLS; libssh Security & hardware crypto AW1.105
13:45-14:15 Introduction to Clustering with Mahout Data Analytics AW1.124
13:45-14:15 Firefox 4 Mozilla H.1301
14:00-14:15 Coreboot: x86 system boot and initialization Lightning Talks Ferrer
14:00-14:25 Boosting Enterprise MySQL performance: implementing I/O prefetch for InnoDB MySQL & friends H.2213
14:00-14:25 Manos: web apps for the lazy hacker Mono AW1.120
14:00-14:30 XMPP and Security Jabber & XMPP AW1.121
14:00-14:30 IcedRobot: The GNUlization of Android Free Java AW1.125
14:00-14:40 Dynamic hacking with Guile GNU H.2214
14:00-14:45 Community Anti-patterns Crossdesktop H.1309
14:00-14:50 DevOps? - More than Marketing System Janson
14:00-14:50 The life of a Firefox feature Web Browsing Chavanne
14:00-15:00 Using NixOS for declarative deployment and testing CrossDistro H.1302
14:00-15:00 Swimming Upstream CrossDistro H.1308
14:00-15:00 Advanced Experiments with XMOS Multicore Embedded Hardware. Embedded Lameere
14:00-15:00 mk-configure BSD AW1.126
14:00-15:45 LPI Exam 1 Certification Guillissen
14:00-16:00 TYPO3 Exam Session Certification UA2.114
14:00-16:00 BSD Associate Exam Session Certification UA2.114
14:15-14:45 libcurl: Supporting seven SSL libraries and one SSH library Security & hardware crypto AW1.105
14:15-14:45 Mapping Wikileaks' Cablegate using Python, mongoDB, Neo4J and Gephi Data Analytics AW1.124
14:15-14:45 LanguageKit - supporting Smalltalk and JavaScript dialects on the Objective-C runtime - what's hard, what's easy, and why developers and users should care. World of GNUstep AW1.117