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Best Practices in Javascript Library Design

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This talk explores all the techniques used to build a robust, reusable, cross-platform JavaScript Library. We'll look at how to write a solid JavaScript API, show you how to use functional programming to create contai...

Michio Kaku: How to Program a Quantum Computer

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Quantum computing already exists, but on a truly minuscule scale. We'll probably have molecular computers before true quantum ones, says the physicist.

Ruby 1.9

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Yukihiro Matsumoto (Matsumoto Yukihiro, a.k.a. Matz, born 14 April 1965) is a Japanese computer scientist and software programmer best known as the chief designer of the Ruby programming language.

Bjarne Stroustrup: Why I Created C++

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In the late 1970s, Stroustrup applied the idea of "classes" to the C programming language to create a new language that allows for high level abstraction—but is efficient and close to the hardware.

Reverse engineering techniques to find security bugs

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Alex Sotirov is a vulnerability engineer at determina. He will discuss some latest techniques in reverse engineering software to find vulnerabilities. Particularly, he'll discuss his technique that lead him to find th...

django: Web Development for Perfectionists with Deadlines

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Django is one of the premier web frameworks for Python, and is often compared to Ruby-on-Rails. Jacob is one of the lead developers on Django.

Alma Whitten on ‘Lessons from Googles Approach to Internet Security, Privacy and Encryption’

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Policy makers across the digital spectrum are increasingly beginning to discuss the concept of privacy by design. Privacy by design seeks to address the pertinent question of whether privacy represents an impediment t...

The Power of Networks: Knowledge in an age of infinite interconnectedness

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Manuel Lima, senior UX design lead at Microsoft Bing, explores the power of network visualisation to help navigate our complex modern world.

The Lazy Programmer’s Guide to Secure Computing

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This presentation starts with a simple block of code written by the Lazy Programmer, to observe how laziness made the code more compact and simpler. We then define the Principle of Least Authority(POLA), and explain w...

Wuala – a distributed file system

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After three years of research and development on a distributed storage system, we are ready to unveil the result: Wuala. Wuala is a new way of storing, sharing, and publishing files on the internet. Unlike traditional...

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