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Thursday 04 February 2016

Schedule is subject to change without notice.

  Costa Hall D4.303 Costa Theatre D2.193 Percy Baxter D2.211 Wool Museum
09:00
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10:00
Keynote #3 - Mr Jono Bacon
Costa Hall
10:00
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10:40
Morning Tea
Costa Hall Foyer
10:40
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11:25
Using Persistent Memory for Fun and Profit by Matthew Wilcox Linux driven microwave by David Tulloh No Talk 10:40: Tutorial: The Power of Open Data with ELK by Mark Walkom Building museum exhibits with open hardware: Raspberry Pi & Arduino by Michael Borthwick
11:35
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12:20
Hardware and Software Architecture of The Machine by Keith Packard Open Sourcing Anti-Harassment Methodologies by Randi Harper Dropbox Database Infrastructure by Tammy Butow He aha te mea nui? by Chris Cormack
12:20
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13:20
Lunch
uncatered
13:20
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14:05
Machine Ethics and Emerging Technologies by Paul '@pjf' Fenwick Builds, dependencies and deployment in the modern multiplatform world by Jussi Pakkanen Open-Source Software Stack for High-Assurance Autonomous Vehicles by Gernot Heiser 13:20: Tutorial: Hunting Linux malware for fun and $flags by Marc-Etienne M.Léveillé Forcing Change in Healthcare through Open Standards by Grahame Grieve
14:15
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15:00
What I've learned as the kernel docs maintainer by Jonathan Corbet A Detailed Look at Erasure Codes in OpenStack Swift by John Dickinson Open Source Tools for Distributed Systems Administration by Elizabeth K. Joseph Open Source and back again by Stephen Hemminger
15:00
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15:40
Afternoon Tea
Costa Hall Foyer
15:40
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16:25
Law and technology: impedance mismatch by Michael Cordover Record and replay debugging with "rr" by Robert O'Callahan edlib - because one more editor is never enough by Neil Brown 15:40: Tutorial: Applied Data Science in Python by Tennessee Leeuwenburg SubPos - A "Dataless" Wi-Fi Positioning System by Blair Wyatt
16:35
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17:20
Speaking their language: How to write for technical and non-technical audiences by Rikki Endsley Playing to lose: making sensible security decisions by assuming the worst by Tom Eastman Computer Performance Microscopy with SHIM by Xi Yang Opening classrooms through the Australian Curriculum by Arjen Lentz
17:20
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18:00
18:00
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22:00
Speakers' Dinner
Truffleduck, Fyansford

Schedule is subject to change without notice.


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