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All Accepted Proposals

Presentation Authors
So you want to start a small business? Fenwick, Paul
Paper Presentation Accepted
Enterprise Open Source... And The Rest: Managing mixed source solutions in large scale organisations Bailey, Nathan
Paper Presentation Accepted
Open Source Gliding Software
  1. Penrose, Mr Scott
  2. Wharington, John
Paper Presentation Accepted
MySQL 5.0 - What's new? Mulcahy, Mr Lachlan
Paper Presentation Accepted
Integrating very disparate applications Alcorn, Becky
Paper Presentation Accepted
Oils aint Oils: A comparison of some open source and closed source databases. Saldanha, Savio
Paper Presentation Accepted
Teaching the Open Source Way Thomson, Laura
Paper Presentation Accepted
Conference Presentation Mind Control Fenwick, Paul
Paper Presentation Accepted
Stealing From The Professionals Baxter, Anthony
Keynote Presentation Accepted
Six Things Groovy Can Do For You Green, Alan
Paper Presentation Accepted
Open Source ORM tool Guthrie, Stuart
Paper Presentation Accepted
Java Development with NetBeans(TM) Coldrick, David
Paper Presentation Accepted
Apache's Derby Saldanha, Savio
Paper Presentation Accepted
Building Custom Linux Distributions Milligan, Alan
Paper Presentation Accepted
Python in Linux embedded solutions Angeli, Dr Giovanni
Paper Presentation Accepted
Programming the Gumstix Penrose, Mr Scott
Paper Presentation Accepted
A Security Framework for Mobile Devices Smith, Sarah
Paper Presentation Accepted
Release Early, Release Often: What Does It Really Mean? Palmer, Matt
Paper Presentation Accepted
Zinc: A New Modelling Language
  1. Rafeh, Reza
  2. Marriott, Kim
Paper Presentation Accepted
It's Good to be Greedy: Keeping a Straight Face around Regular Expressions Balbo, Ben
Paper Presentation Accepted
Social networking for fun and profit Richardson, Jacinta
Paper Presentation Accepted
Monitoring Anything with Nagios Burgess, Chris
Paper Presentation Accepted
Modifying and Integrating PostScript Systems Herbert, Malcolm
Paper Presentation Accepted
Manipulating IOS from Linux: Keeping Cisco Switches Consistant Oldfield, Kim
Paper Presentation Accepted
Towards best practise development: Developing standards and procedures for consistent results Bailey, Nathan
Paper Presentation Accepted
Instrumentation and Control Systems Used on the Australian Synchrotron Farnsworth, Richard
Keynote Presentation Accepted
Learning Haskell Tang, Autrijus
Paper Presentation Accepted
Making Things Move: Finding Inappropriate Uses For Scripting Languages Oxer, Jonathan
Keynote Presentation Accepted
PHP: It's Your Data Jones, Christopher
Paper Presentation Accepted
Choose your weapon: PHP and mysqli, PEAR:DB, and PDO. Thomson, Laura
Paper Presentation Accepted
PHP Security Welling, Luke
Paper Presentation Accepted
Commercial Open Source Software using PHP Leybourn, Evan
Paper Presentation Accepted
Enabling Mission criticality via Java, PHP and Open source Agent based technologies. Chandon, Luce
Paper Presentation Accepted
Large Scale Webapps: Devteam Infrastructure Oxer, Jonathan
Paper Presentation Accepted
Safe.pm Considered Harmful Pickett, Deborah
Paper Presentation Accepted
Learning Teaching Perl: The Difficulties of Teaching Perl to University Students Pickett, Deborah
Paper Presentation Accepted
Perl, POE, Peers and Paranoia
  1. Zangerl, Alexander
  2. Barta, Dr. Robert
Paper Presentation Accepted
Creating Perl Modules for Data Quality Ryan, Kim
Paper Presentation Accepted
Visualising Relationships Between Web Templating Components: Using HTML::Mason Carpenter, Hamish
Paper Presentation Accepted
(Ab)using the /unix pipeline pattern/ and YAML structured data to make the automation of Microsoft Powerpoint presentations (nearly) bearable Clarke, Adam
Paper Presentation Accepted
Parsing, Analysing and Manipulating Perl (without perl) Kennedy, Adam
Paper Presentation Accepted
Robust Grammar Development with Parse::RecDescent and Test::More Eriksen, Leif
Paper Presentation Accepted
Introduction to Pugs: Perl 6 in Haskell Tang, Autrijus
Keynote Presentation Accepted
Rapid Game Development with Python Jones, Richard
Paper Presentation Accepted
The Nufox remote XUL toolkit Stebbing, Timothy J
Paper Presentation Accepted
Using documentation for automatic code generation Blackwood, Cameron
Paper Presentation Accepted
WSGI - Gateway or Glue? Rees, Mark
Paper Presentation Accepted
Using Python and XML To Make Earthquakes and Tsunamis: A Tour of Escript and Modelframe Thorne, Elspeth
Paper Presentation Accepted
Python JDBC driver
  1. Paolini, Marco
  2. Morra, Monia
Paper Presentation Accepted
Building GUI Applications with PythonCard Todd, Andy
Paper Presentation Accepted
What's New In Python Baxter, Anthony
Paper Presentation Accepted
Starbust: Rapidly Developing and Deploying Web services using Apache, Axis and Python Saldanha, Savio
Paper Presentation Accepted
Life's Pretty Straight Without Twisted: A beginner's guide to the Twisted framework. Warren, Justin
Paper Presentation Accepted
Test Driven Development Demonstration: Rules to the game of Nim Cropley, Bruce
Paper Presentation Accepted
Linux, are we more secure than our rivals? Iverach, Trevor
Paper Presentation Accepted
An Introduction to DITA: The Darwin Information Typing Architecture Explained Pickett, Deborah
Paper Presentation Accepted
Using CSS to create attractive, useable and accessible websites. Penrose, Amanda Jane
Paper Presentation Accepted
Zaltana Penrose, Mr Scott
Paper Presentation Accepted
Open Source Flash Development Edwards, Andrew
Paper Presentation Accepted
Mozilla XForms: An Introduction Yank, Kevin
Keynote Presentation Accepted
Discussions of the Semantic Web Gollings, Gus
Paper Presentation Accepted
Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets Penrose, Amanda Jane
Paper Presentation Accepted
Untitled keynote
  1. Waugh, Jeff
  2. Waugh, Pia
Keynote Presentation Accepted

Total results: 63

 
 
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