OSDC 2007's Tutorial Program

Richard Jones richardjones at optushome.com.au
Thu Oct 25 23:38:58 CEST 2007

Registrations are open for the Open Source Developers' Conference 2007:

The early bird has been partially extended.  Book before October 31st to
save $30, and to get your free t-shirt.  No t-shirts will be available
after the 31st October!

Key information:

        31st October            - Extended almost-early bird date

        26th November           - Tutorials
        27th - 29th November    - Technical programme
        28th November           - Google Conference Dinner

        Royal on the Park Hotel
        Cnr Alice & Albert Streets
        Brisbane CBD

The Open Source Developers' Conference is an Australian conference covering
talks about software development for open source languages and projects;
regardless of operating system.  There will be 3-4 streams of talks over
the three days of technical programme, with combined keynotes at the start
of each day.  Morning and afternoon teas, and lunch will be provided.  The
Google Conference Dinner will be held on the night of the 28th November
(each full registration includes one ticket (until sold out)).

Tutorial attendance will include a tea break, lunch and printed reference
material.  Tutorials cost $250 each.

Our tutorial program is included below:

                Room 1
 9:00am "MySQL Optimisation by Design"  by Arjen Lentz
12:30pm         Lunch   
 1:30pm "Advanced SQL for Developers (PostgreSQL)"  by Evan Leybourn
 5:00pm         End

                Room 2
 9:00am "Test Driven Development"  by Kirrily Robert
12:30pm         Lunch                   
 1:30pm "Getting Started with Bazaar"  by Ian Clatworthy
 5:00pm         End

                Room 3
 9:00am "Incident Response using PyFlag - the Forensic and Log Analysis
        GUI"  by Dr Michael Cohen
12:30pm         Lunch                   
 1:30pm "Groovy Tutorial"  by Dr Paul W King
 5:00pm         End

A tea break will occur roughly half way through each tutorial.

For more information on what each tutorial covers, please follow the links
from the schedule:


Prices and information on how to register can be found at:


You can help us make this conference be the best developers' conference
this year just by turning up and participating!  We look forward to sharing
this great conference with you.  

If your business would like to benefit from exposure to many of Australia's
best open source developers then perhaps you should consider sponsorship.
We have a wide range of sponsorship options, to find out more information
please visit: http://www.osdc.com.au/sponsors/index.html

Many thanks go to our sponsors: Apress, Brisbane PHP, BuilderAU, Common
Ground, Google, Linux Magazine, Opengear, Open Query, Red Hat,
realestate.com.au, Sun Microsystems, Trolltech, Woodslane,

Forwarded on behalf of:
        Jacinta Richardson 
        OSDC Publicity Officer

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