LaTeX: More Than Just Academic Papers and Theses

LaTeX: More Than Just Academic Papers and Theses - MOSC2011

LaTeX is a document preparation system capable of producing professional quality typesetting output. It is especially suited for documents with complex structures and mathematical material, and is the preferred format of many academic publishers. But modern LaTeX packages allow for the creation of material beyond academic papers and theses, and for various disciplines: presentation slides, leaflets, oversized posters, graph plots, fillable PDF forms, electronic circuit diagrams, chemical structures and reactions DNA sequences, linguistic syntax trees, even a Gantt chart or two for the project managers!

MOSC2011 Speaker : Lim Lian Tze

Lian Tze is the author of the usmthesis, mmuthesis and umalayathesis LaTeX packages (http://liantze.penguinattack.org/latextypesetting.html). She is a frequent contributor to the Malaysian LaTeX User Group (http://latex-my.blogspot.com).

Lim Lian Tze


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Defect Handling Mechanism in Various Open Source Projects - MOSC2011

Defect Handling Mechanism in Various Open Source Projects - MOSC2011

Includes the results of a survey on the ways several open source projects handle the user reported defects and how they acted on the user reports.

MOSC2011 Speaker:  Dr. Normi Sham Awang Abu Bakar – International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)

Date : 4 July 2011 10.30am
Track 2 Developer & OSS Community

Normi Sham Awang Abu Bakar is a lecturer in the Department of Computer Science, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM). Her research interests are software metrics and measurement, empirical software engineering and quality of open source software. She has published several papers on software metrics and the quality of open source software.

Dr. Normi Sham Awang Abu Bakar – International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)


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MesinMaya - Low Overhead x86 Virtualization System


MesinMaya - Low Overhead x86 Virtualization System - MOSC2011

MesinMaya is an award winning open source virtualization system. Its architecture provides a low overhead operations for virtual machine executions. This is very critical in boosting performance and enhancing expensive translation operations. As a "system", MesinMaya runs on top of its own kernel and provides its own hypervisor and secure user space. To become a full-fledged system especially in providing greater experience for cloud computing deployment, MesinMaya requires a lot of codes components from programmers. This presentation is targeting system programmers, researchers and software companies that wish to create remote modules or components for MesinMaya particularly in enhancing cloud computing usage. The copyright and ownership for creating remote modules or components for MesinMaya is entirely belongs to the person who code it. It can be written in any programming languages that support network protocols. Codes owner then can decide to sell it or to publish it as open source.

MOSC2011 Speaker : Azril Azam Abdul Rahim

Day 2 : 5 July 2011 10.30am

Track2 Developer & OSS Community


Azril Azam to this date has a cumulative of 15 years in embedded system and kernel development, computer security and applications system programming experiances. Throughout those years he has developed several software titles, both commercial and open source. He is also has received a numbers of local and international awards and recognition for his research works, both from industries and governments. He is currently the founder, owner and lead developer for MesinMaya. His interest in virtualization started in 1998 when VMWARE made a breakthrough on their patented binary translation. Later, he moved on to other various virtualization projects such as PLEX86, BOSCH, XEN and KVM. He also has involved in several other smaller scale global virtualization projects utilizing L4 microkernel and MINIX. In 2007, he designed the low overhead x86 virtualization architecture to allow full virtualization on mobile devices whilst complementing trusted computing elements. After the success, realizing there is no much benefit in mobile market, he has made an effort for many years to port it on high scale computer.  Azril obtained both computer science and operation management degrees from the University of Missouri. He is also holds computer security certifications in GCFA, CEH, ECSP and CEI.

Azril Azam Abdul Rahim


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Gpars: Concurrency For Dummies ... And Real People Too - MOSC2011

Gpars: Concurrency For Dummies ... And Real People Too - MOSC2011

Face it, concurrency is hard. Everything from unit testing, debugging and even creating concurrent software becomes a very tangled business when  concurrency is involved. Unfortunately, with the advent of multi-core processors and cloud computing, no developers can escape concurrency. GPars, a concurrency framework for both Groovy and Java was created to tackle the challenge of simplifying concurrency. This paper will visit some aspects of GPars  that will simplify the life of real world developers.

MOSC2011 Speaker : Azrul Hasni MADISA

Date : 4 July 2011 4.30pm
Track 1 Business & Innovative OSS Solution

Azrul Hasni MADISA graduated with a diplôme d'ingenieur (MSc. equivalent) from one of France's top Engineering Schools (INSA) in 2002. Soon after, he joined TMNet and was assigned to TMNet's billing team as an IT engineer. His passion for teaching led him to resign from TMNet and joined Multimedia University (MMU) as a lecturer. He won several commendation awards from the President of MMU for his teaching skills. In 2004 he joined JTrend, a Sun Microsystems, MMU and MDeC collaboration project to help Malaysian technopreneurs. Under his guidance, several companies in JTrend managed to penetrate markets as far as the UK. Some even manage to won the Asian APICTA award. In 2007, he joined Billadam, a UK company specializing in mobile content, as the Chief Technology Officer. In 2010, he joined Experian R&D, a UK based financial analytics company, as a software architect. He currently leads a team specializing in datawarehousing and BI implementations. He is also a blackbelt in Aikido and teaches Aikido to kids in the weekends. In his free time he likes to read - that is, if he manages to put his 7 year old son and his 3 year old daughter to bed first.

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Research And Open Source Equal Innovation: The Way We Do It - MOSC2011

Research And Open Source Equal Innovation: The Way We Do It - MOSC2011

Conducting research is essential to move forwards in making innovation. Understanding current system is crucial in conducting a research in order to extend it to a new system. Our group is working in a research on secure communication in heterogeneous network – mixed of IPv4 and IPv6. The underlying technology used is IPSec and certificateless cryptosystem. The focuses of our research are in enabling the IPSec channel in a mixed IPv4 and IPv6 network and in integrating the new certficateless cryptosystem in IPSec. 

This talk is about our research and how we use open source in our research. We will discuss about the advantages of using open source and how it helps us. We will also presents the software and tools that is used in our research.

MOSC2011 Speaker : Asrul Hadi Yaacob

Date : 4 July 2011 4pm

Track 2 Developer and OSS Community

Asrul Hadi is a full time lecturer and researcher in computer network and IT security. His area of research includes network and computer security, cryptography as well as network and computer forensics.

He is a Certified Linux Professional (LPIC-1) and the appointed instructor for Sun Academy Initiative (SAI) for Solaris Operating System. Being in the network security field for the past nine years, he has presented at numerous conferences and published articles in several journals.

He holds a Diplôme d'Ingénieur and Diplôme d'Étude Approfondie from ENSEEIHT, Toulouse, France. He is currently taught in Faculty of Information Science and Technology, Multimedia University for eight years. He is currently pursuing his PhD in network security.

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Data Warehousing with Open Source Technologies (or why not to use Data Marts in 2010)

Data Warehousing with Open Source Technologies (or why not to use Data Marts in 2010) - MOSC2011

The role of business intelligence within corporations and governments is to store, improve and analyse key information in order to make data-driven decisions. However these projects suffer from a high failure rate due to the complexity and significant costs in establishing a data warehouse. Successful data warehousing projects are based on a combination of business sponsorship and solid database systems expertise.

This session will discuss the open source technologies, in a vendor neutral way, that can be brought together to provide data warehouse capabilities at a fraction of the setup costs for a traditional environment. The technologies will cover a range of areas including DBMS’s, development, ETL, reporting and data mining. Finally, this paper will discuss cutting-edge research and techniques to improve existing Business Intelligence systems.

MOSC2011 Speaker : Evan Leybourn

Evan Leybourn is a manager, trainer and public speaker with over 10 years of experience in the fields of Business Intelligence (BI), Information Data Management (IDM) and Agile Project Management. He has held senior managerial and consulting positions in private industry and government and currently works as the Director of Business Intelligence with the Australian Government in Canberra.

Evan runs regular management, business intelligence and agile professional development courses across Australia and South East Asia and speaks at a variety of ICT and management conferences on :-

* ICT Leadership
* Agile Project Management
* Business Intelligence & Data Warehousing
* Agile Business Intelligence

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Cooperative Model : Another Way Making Profit From Open Source

Cooperative Model : Another Way Making Profit From Open Source

Cooperative is an opportunity for making profit from Free/Libre & Open Source Software (FLOSS) by using cooperative business model. On the talks, speaker will explain why cooperative model should implemented by OSS community as well as businesses and its benefits, and how this can lead innovation in FLOSS/OSS world.


Apart, speaker will briefly story about Malaysia's first open source cooperative, Koperasi Sumber Terbuka Malaysia berhad (KOSTEM) (en: Malaysian Open Source Cooperative Limited) that will be established soon, and what the benefit joining this - perhaps first in the world - coop especially for community in Malaysia.

MOSC2011 Speaker : Mohamad Imran Ishak

Mohamad Imran Ishak, nicknamed MakLaN, is a Secretary of Pro tem Committee for the first proposed cooperative dedicated to Free/Libre & Open Source Software (FLOSS) community fans/industry in Malaysia. Together with few persons from community, the role of Pro tem Committee is to plan and ensure the first FLOSS cooperative in Malaysia become reality.

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Product Roadmap of MySQL - RDBMS and NoSQL, And Beyond

Product Roadmap of MySQL - RDBMS and NoSQL, And Beyond


MySQL has announced new product roadmap beyond MySQL 5.5 and MySQL Cluster 7.1.We summarize MySQL's first year under Oracle's stewardship, discuss thecurrent and ongoing engagement with the MySQL users and offer insights into future roadmaps and commitment to MySQL products.

Current major version MySQL 5.5 has number of enhancements in performance, scalability, and availability. MySQL development team is accelerating development of InnoDB storage engine to implement some legacy features of MyISAM into InnoDB.

Also, with new NDB Engine for Memcached, you can use Memcached as a caching interface to MySQL Cluster, Or it can be configured so that NDB simply serves as a reliable persistent backend for memcache, making MySQL Cluster's fault tolerance and geographic replication available to memcached.

Speaker : Ryusuke Kajiyama

Ryusuke is OSS Specialist with 10+ years of experience of systems design using MySQL and open source solutions. He originally joined MySQL, and is now working as MySQL Principal Sales Consultant at Oracle based in Japan. Responsible for consulting and education of MySQL, covering all Asian countries.

Prior to join MySQL, he was Consultant at Nomura Research Institute, Japan's largest consulting firm, working on enterprise systems design with OSS. He is the project lead of "OpenOLAP for MySQL", Co-Founder of Japan JBoss Users Group.

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Jim Lacey President and CEO of the Linux Professional Institute (LPI)

Jim Lacey President and CEO of the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) will be coming for our Malaysia Open Source Conference 2011 (MOSC2011) http://www.mosc.my/

Information from LPI Website



Jim Lacey, President and CEO

California, USA

Jim is the President and CEO of the Linux Professional Institute with affiliate organizations in more than 20 countries. Jim's experience is in managing and building international organizations with specific focus on channel development within the IT training and certification industry. His past roles include: General Manager of Linuxcare University (Linuxcare Corporation), Director of Operations and Regional Training Director for the Technology Training Division of CompUSA, and Territory Sales Manager with Serono Diagnostics (Ares-Serono Group, Switzerland) and Polaroid-Behring Diagnostics.

Jim served as a Captain in the U.S. Army and graduated with a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from the United States Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.

LPI brings together an active and committed community of companies, IT professionals, training organizations and volunteers to achieve LPI's programs. LPI is recognized worldwide as the premier organization advocating and assisting in the professional use of Linux, Open Source, and Free Software.

http://www.lpi.org/

Google App Engine With Gaelyk - MOSC2011

Google App Engine With Gaelyk

Gaelyk is a thin framework that lets you deploy applications on Google App Engine Java. It uses Groovy and most important of all, it's easy.

Speaker : Teo Choong Ping

Teo Choong Ping is an avid technology reader. He is passionate and opinionated software engineer. He still loves Java and coffee. And he is someone who try to have fun and profit in this crazy software development industry.

Currently working as "software architect" at Beech Fork Pte Ltd doing software design and development, iOS, Android, and Groovy & Grails server apps.

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Real Time Data Visualization in the Cloud using Open Source Data Management Platform

Real Time Data Visualization in the Cloud using Open Source Data Management Platform - MOSC2011

Overview of available Open Source Business Intelligence Platform and the kind of information you can manage and make accessible. How Cloud architecture can help you to make your data worldwide available using Amazon Elastic Cloud, Google Table, Google Maps & Google Earth to store and display data on the Web. Case study "Vanilla & Google (Map, Earth) integration".

Patrick Beaucamp is founder of the Vanilla project, the only true Open Source Business Intelligence Platform, and Ceo of Bpm-Conseil, the company behind the Vanilla project.

With almost 20 years of experience in BI area, with participation in early 90s to Cognos PowerPlay & Impromptu launch in West Europe, Patrick is leading the Vanilla project to success and recognition. 

The Vanilla project was recently rewarded by independant analysts as one of the Top 10 successfull French Open Source Project (April 09), and as major competitor of SAP Business Object, IBM Cognos and Microstrategy platform (november 09), while Bpm-Conseil was rewarder as one of the 3 major French innovative player in IT and one of the 100 companies to watch in Europe by RedHerring in June 2010.

Recently, Patrick was a co-writer for Best selling Book "Bpm HandBook 2010", with a specific chapter on Open Source Bi & Bpm integration

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KOHA Workshop during MOSC2011

KOHA Workshop during MOSC2011

We are going to have KOHA Workshop during Malaysia Open Source Conference 21011 (MOSC2011)

Schedule for the workshop please visit this link


and any inquiry about the worksop please email to [email protected]

Koha is the first open-source Integrated Library System (ILS). In use worldwide, its development is steered by a growing community of libraries collaborating to achieve their technology goals.

Speakers and trainers

Mr. Robin Sheat


Software Developer - Koha Team at Catalyst IT Limited

Robin Sheat has broad experience in various open source related technologies, mostly in the domain of software development. I have worked on large, scalable web systems in Perl, web and desktop applications in Java, system administration scripts in Puppet and shell scripting, and a number of other similar things.

Along with this industry experience, I have also gathered a range of more academic skills, such as artificial intelligence and data mining.


Mrs. Irma Birchall


Irma Birchall is the founder of CALYX information essentials, a Koha and Kete support provider in Australia. She worked at Sydney University's Fisher Library and other libraries for 10 years after graduating in Library Sciences and is an active member of the Australian Library and Information Association. She is also a member various free software user groups and takes part in many GLAM (Galleries/Libraries/Archives/Museums) sector activities.

During implementations, Irma's focus is on training, and she brings to her clients a solid understanding of Koha, library processes, international library standards and of the Australian library context. Irma speaks French, German and is learning Spanish.

Where To Stay For MOSC2011

Where to stay for Malaysia Open Source Conference 2011 (MOSC2011)


Bayview Beach Resort
Batu Ferringhi Beach, 11100 Batu Ferringhi,
Penang, Malaysia.
Telephone: + (604) 881 2123
Fax: + (604) 881 2140
E-mail: [email protected]


Lone Pine Hotel
97 Batu Ferringhi 11100 Penang Malaysia
Tel: + (604) 881 1511 / 881 1512
Fax: + (604) 881 1282
Email: [email protected]


Golden Sands Resort, Penang
Batu FerringhiBeach
11100 Penang Malaysia
Tel: + (604) 886 1911
Fax: + (604) 881 1880


Sri Sayang Resort Apartment
No.188,Jalan Batu Ferringhi
11100 Penang Malaysia
Tel: + (604) 881 1113
Fax: + (604) 881 1250
Email: [email protected]


Hidro Majestic Hotel
11100 Batu Ferringhi
Penang Malaysia
Tel: + (604) 890 5999
Fax: + (604) 890 5100
Email: [email protected]

Park Royal Penang
97 Batu Ferringhi Beach
11100 Penang Malaysia
Tel: + (604) 881 1133
Fax: + (604) 881 2233

Shangri-la Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa
Batu Ferringhi Beach, 11100 Batu Ferringhi,
Penang, Malaysia.
Telephone: + (604) 888 8888
Fax: + (604) 881 1800

Holiday Inn Resort
72 Batu Ferringhi
Georgetown
11100 Penang Malaysia
Tel: + (604) 881 1601
Fax: + (604) 881 1389
+1 800 8 01 881
Email: [email protected]

Casuarina Beach Resort, Penang
Batu Ferringhi 11100 Penang Malaysia
Tel: + (604) 881 1711
Email: [email protected]

Microsoft Milking the Cloud Competition for MOSC2011

Hello OSS developers! Welcome to the 2011 installment of the “Milking the Cloud” competition, held in conjunction with MOSC 2011.

Unlike previous years, this competition is a battle of communities – the Joomla, Wordpress and Drupal developers. The contest will run from June 1 - June 30, 2011. We will add WEEKLY CHALLENGES and PRIZES to the competition that will keep getting bigger and better, ending with the RM3,000, RM2,000 and RM1,000 in cash for the top 3 places in the final week!

Apart from the cool prizes, you will get a chance to be certified by http://www.phpacade.my/ , familiarize yourselves with running PHP on Windows, have a free test drive of the Windows Azure Cloud and get the recognition in your community. Are you ready? Visit http://on.fb.me/lOm5ce for details.

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Simple Programming with Gambas! MOSC2011

Simple Programming with Gambas! MOSC2011

MOSC2011 Official Website http://www.mosc.my/

Introduction About the Gambas from version 1 to version 2 and about version 3, latest still under trial. Gambas is a free development environment based on a Basic interpreter with object extensions, a bit like Visual Basic™ (but it is NOT a clone !). Gambas Almost Means BASIC !.

Gambas is very easy to operate and program, it is reserved for Linux and Unix base operating system. Its can be used to teach beginners in learning programming and developement software. More information about

Speaker for MOSC2011 : Nur Asmawi Subri
Speaker Website : http://www.asmawioffice.tk/

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Harisfazillah Jamel
OSDC.my

20 May 2011

MOSC2011 Call For Speakers Final Call

MOSC2011 Call For Speakers Final Call

Please submit your proposal by 15th May 2011 using online form :-

http://www.mosc.my/speakers

Speaker's Benefits :-

1. FREE 1 conference pass to MOSC2011
2. FREE 3 days and 2 night stay at Bayview Beach Resort (From 3 to 5 July 2011)

Notes :

1. The Organizer will not cover the transportation cost of the Speakers.
2. The Organizer will not charge the Speaker for the speaker's talk session.
3. The Speakers are required to give the talk in English language as this is an international Conference
4. Please be advice that the selected speakers need to submit their presentation slides before 15th June 2011

Skeleton for MOSC2011 schedule :-

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AhMSE7y_i3AsdFJWeFVOcm80NDFBS1JkRGZBYlpvcHc&hl=en&authkey=CIX2ypwB#gid=0

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MOSC2011 http://fb.me/mosc2011

http://www.mosc.my/


MOSC2011 Command Center In Foursquare

We add MOSC2011 Command Center In Foursquare. Its the meeting place for MOSC2011 Team and Open Source (OSS) Community. The Foursquare link


Click "Add to foursquare" buttons for you to add foursquare tips to our Foursquare site and to your foursquare To-Do Lists.


Poll Result : MOSC2011 Topics To Consider


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Visit official Website http://www.mosc.my/ for final speakers selection. This pool is not for speakers selection  or consideration. Its only for MOSC2011 team to get general overview for selection. The result from 42 respondents from 6th till 10th May 2011.

Call For Speakers still open till 15th May 2011.

Poll Result (raw data)

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AqT5QD8jSExtdGptc2tEU3dHR2tRQ1RsVlpXQVRnaEE&hl=en

Topics To Consider - Polls

1)   Rails 3 - Writing Beautiful Code - 11
2)   Open Source Game Engine and Library - 10
3)   Developing SaS application on the cloud - 10
4)   Open Source in Health Care HUSM 10 Years of Innovative Effort - 9
5)   Build Web Applications in 30 Minutes with Joget Workflow v3 - 9

6)   Implementing an Open Source Infrastructure in SME - 8
7)   The MySQL Diaspora - 7
8)   Real Time Data Visualization in the Cloud using Open Source Data Management Platform - 7
9)   Measuring website performance with boomerang - 7
10 ) Hands on Post Mortem Forensic analysis with specifics Forensic FOSS TOOLS - 7

11) Bahasa melayu in german knoppix.de - 7
12) Zenclouds How we build Xen virtual server control panel using CakePHP and Gearman - 6
13) Open Source Digital Forensics Tools and Framework for Analyzing Digital Evidence - 6
14) NodeJS Introduction to Javascript on the server side - 6
15) MariaDB The New M in LAMP - 6

16) Malaysian's experience in Google Summer of Code - 6
17) Google App Engine With Gaelyk - 6
18) Econometrics in the IT security industry - 6
19) Relax manage your data in CouchDB - 5
20) Pengaturcaraan Mudah dengan Gambas! (Simple Programming with Gambas!) - 5

21) MySQL Storage Engines Landscape - 5
22) REST in pieces (with FRAPI) - 4
23) Product Roadmap of MySQL - RDBMS and NoSQL and beyond - 4
24) the use of open source software for election at lower cost - 3
25) Mobile OPAC for Koha Open Source ILS - 3

26) Implementing Open Source Security in Malaysian Goverment A Solution Integrator POV - 3
27) BitCoin Has Digital Money Finally Arrived? - 3
28) Scalable and Sustainability of Teaching Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Skills and Managing Schools using Open Source Computing - 2
29) Implementation Of Nessus In The Computer Network Security - 2
30) Engaging in OWASP ASVS - 2

31) birgHPC Creating Instant Computing Clusters for Bioinformatics and Molecular Dynamics - 2
32) The Freedom Stack - 1
33) Relax Open Source Game Engine and Library - 1
34) manage your data in CouchDB - 1
35) how to game an old pc - 1

36) Dhanis a cloud business services - 1
37) Defect Handling Mechanism in Various Open Source Projects - 1

Poll : What Topics Interest You For MOSC2011?

Poll : What Topics Interest You For MOSC2011?

What topics interest you For MOSC2011? Please select one or more titles that you want to be in Malaysia Open Source Conference 2011 (MOSC2011)



This is only a poll for MOSC2011 team to get general view about topic of interests. The call for speakers is still open till 15 May 2011. Submit your proposal by this link


Inquiry please email to [email protected]

Thank you.

Harisfazillah Jamel

Malaysia Open Source Conference 2011 (MOSC2011)


6 May 2011

Among the propose topics for Malaysia Open Source Conference 2011 (MOSC2011), you can vote from the link above :-


1) Build Web Applications in 30 Minutes with Joget Workflow v3

2) Bahasa Melayu in German Knoppix.de

3) Hands on Post Mortem Forensic analysis with specifics Forensic FOSS TOOLS

4) Implementing an Open Source Infrastructure in SME

5) Pengaturcaraan Mudah dengan Gambas! (Simple Programming with Gambas!)

6) MariaDB: The New M in LAMP

7) The MySQL Diaspora

8) MySQL Storage Engines Landscape

9) Hello World to Spring IoC!

10) Econometrics in the IT security industry

11) Real Time Data Visualization in the Cloud using Open Source Data Management Platform

12) Dhanis: a cloud business services 

13) Engaging in OWASP ASVS

14) Implementation of Nessus In The Computer Network Security

15) birgHPC: Creating Instant Computing Clusters for Bioinformatics and Molecular Dynamics

16) Relax, manage your data in CouchDB

17) Product Roadmap of MySQL - RDBMS and NoSQL, and beyond

18) Implementing Open Source Security in Malaysian Goverment: A Solution Integrator POV

19) Google App Engine With Gaelyk

20) The Freedom Stack

21) Defect Handling Mechanism in Various Open Source Projects

22) Open Source in Health Care: HUSM 10 Years of Innovative Effort

23) Perception study towards the development of linear motion experiment using open source python and rotary motion sensor

24) Mobile OPAC for Koha Open Source ILS

25) BitCoin: Has Digital Money Finally Arrived?

26) REST in pieces (with FRAPI)

27) Malaysian's experience in Google Summer of Code

28) Open Source Game Engine

29) Rails 3 - Writing Beautiful Code

30) Open Source Game Engine and Library

31) Open Source Digital Forensics Tools and Framework for Analyzing Digital Evidence

32) Scalable and Sustainability of Teaching Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Skills and Managing Schools using Open Source Computing.

33) Measuring website performance with boomerang

34) The use of open source software for election at lower cost

35) Zenclouds - How we build Xen virtual server control panel using CakePHP and Gearman

36) NodeJS - Introduction to Javascript on the server side

37) Developing SaS application on the cloud

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