No meeting in December

Hi All

In case you missed this part of the announcement for November’s talk, note that the meeting scheduled for December has been cancelled.

Thanks to all who supported TLUG in 2010 (speakers and audience)!

Regards,
Simeon.

Meeting #17 announcement: Who needs Botnets if you have Google?

Topic: Who needs Botnets if you have Google?
Speaker: Ivan Burke
Date: 1 November 2010
Time: 18:30 for 19:00
Venue: University of Pretoria, lecture hall 4-3 in the IT building.

Please join us for the final TLUG meeting for 20101 this coming Monday, 1 November.

Ivan Burke will be giving a talk about his research into exploiting Google Gagets to do things you would normally need a botnet to pull off. Among other things, he will discuss proof of concept implementations of:

PLEASE NOTE THE VENUE: Monday’s talk will be in lecture hall 4-3, not 2-24.

For directions (including an aerial photograph) please see the meetings page.

  1. Experience from 2009 was that everyone is away in December, so we’re quitting while we’re ahead this year []

Meeting #16 feedback: Mozilla: Beyond Firefox

A recording of last night’s talk is available here: tlug-talk-16-walterl-mozilla-beyond-firefox.ogg [2.3MB].

Update: Slides are here: walterl_mozilla.pdf [364KB]

Thanks to Walter, all who attended.

Meeting #16 announcement: Mozilla: Beyond Firefox

Topic: Mozilla: Beyond Firefox
Speaker: Walter Leibbrandt
Date: 6 September 2010
Time: 18:30 for 19:00
Venue: University of Pretoria, lecture hall 2-24 in the IT building.

Sorry for the late announcement!

Walter Leibbrandt will be talking about the Mozilla platform tonight, hope to see you all there!

For directions (including an aerial photograph) please see the meetings page.

Meeting #15 slides: Programming in Scala

Thanks to all who attended, and to Gary for the informative talk about Scala.
Here are Gary’s slides: programming_in_scala.pdf [605KB]

We also have a video recording of the talk, currently in post-processing. I will add a new post when it is available.

Meeting #15 announcement: Programming in Scala

Topic: Programming in Scala
Speaker: Gary Pampara
Date: 2 August 2010
Time: 18:30 for 19:00
Venue: University of Pretoria, lecture hall 2-24 in the IT building.

Gary Pampara will be talking about his new favorite language, Scala, which supports both object-oriented and functional programming, and compiles to Java byte code. This promises to be an interesting topic, hope to see you all there!

For directions (including an aerial photograph) please see the meetings page.

Software Freedom Day Pretoria 2010

Software Freedom Day (SFD) is an event held all over the world to celebrate and raise awareness of free and open source software.

SFD in Pretoria will be held at the Department of Science and Technology, Pretoria (CSIR campus) on 18 September 2010 (8:00 – 15:00). Entrance is free of charge.

For more info see:

Meeting #14 announcement: OpenLaszlo

Topic: OpenLaszlo
Speaker: Edwin Peer
Date: 5 July 2010
Time: 18:30 for 19:00
Venue: University of Pretoria, lecture hall 2-24 in the IT building.

Edwin Peer will be presenting a talk about OpenLaszlo.

For directions (including an aerial photograph) please see the meetings page.

Meeting #13 announcement: Haxe, an open source flash work flow

Topic: Haxe, an open source flash work flow
Speaker: Dirk Uys
Date: 7 June 2010
Time: 18:30 for 19:00
Venue: University of Pretoria, lecture hall 2-24 in the IT building.

Dirk Uys will be presenting a talk about programming with Haxe.

For directions (including an aerial photograph) please see the meetings page.

Meeting #12 announcement: FLOSS Video Encoding

Topic: FLOSS Video Encoding
Speaker: Derick Swanepoel
Date: 3 May 2010
Time: 18:30 for 19:00
Venue: University of Pretoria, lecture hall 2-24 in the IT building.

Derick will be presenting a talk about video formats and standards, video encoding with FLOSS tools and a look at the use of various video formats in online and mobile content.

For directions (including an aerial photograph) please see the meetings page.