Yfrog and Twitter profiles for Malaysia Open Source Conference 2012 (MOSC2012) and we sign in to Yfrog using MOSC2012 Twitter account
The profile page for MOSC2012 Yfrog
Among them :-
Certificate of Recognition for LPI OSDC.my LPI Top Ten.
MOSC2012 Core Team
GNOME:nuts and bolts
The talk to make people knowledgeable about GNOME and to get new users and contributors.
Its will be more about :
- GNOME Introduction.
- User friendly GNOME.
- How can a newbie contribute to GNOME by using GNOME Development tools and GNOME Bugzilla.
Speaker : Punit Jain
A little introduction of GNOME sponsorship program for women and GSOC." I am Punit, I work for Novell and contribute to GNOME. I have been contributing for evolution for more than a year. I was involved in several bug fixes in evolution, EDS, evolution-exchange and evolution-mapi. I was also involved in some features development in evolution-mapi (public folder subscription), optimization of EDS calendar backend etc. I am also an active GNOME Bugzilla contributor and have done bug triaging at times. I am also building latest stable and unstable evolution rpms on openSUSE so people can use latest versions.
The Power Of The Open Web in Malaysia
Gen Kanai of Mozilla will showcase the latest HTML 5 and related web technologies supported in the newest Firefox release. He will also cover the changes in Firefox development, including the new rapid-release schedule where Mozilla will release a new version of Firefox every 3 months.Gen will close with a discussion about the state of Mozilla in Malaysia and would like feedback from the audience regarding whether there is a need for a Malay-language Firefox.
Speaker : Gen Kanai of Mozilla
Gen Kanai is Director of Asia Business Development for Mozilla, a California-based not-for-profit organization that develops, manages, and freely distributes the popular Mozilla Firefox web browser. Previously Gen was Director of Marketing for Mozilla Japan. Gen has also worked for Digital Garage, Sony Marketing of Japan, Sony Electronics Inc., and Toyota Motor Sales USA. He is a fellow of the U.S.-Japan Foundation 'US-Japan Leadership Program' and a fellow of the Asia Society 'Asia 21 Young Leaders' program. Gen received a B.A. in Geography from Dartmouth College and resides in Tokyo.
Building Open Source Applications on Azure
He is currently a Senior Consultant and a Technical Marketing Manager of a Malaysian ISV, where he works on product development, marketing, & evangelizing various IT solutions.
Speaker : Lee Daqing
His focus has always been in encouraging next-generation UX application development for the web as well as desktop based applications. His area of interest are on cloud, rich internet applications (RIA), client application development, open source development, usability and web accessibility.
He is still actively served as a presenting speaker and/or conducted workshop sessions in various technology events around the country.