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Registration Day 2 @ Malaysia Open Source Conference 2017
Keynote 5 : Malaysia Digital Hub
Speaker Ainsya Mydiana from MDeC
Keynote 6 : Speaker From Google
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Morning Break. Mingle and networking during Teh Tarik Session.
This is the largest "Teh Tarik Session" for open source community in Malaysia.
Session 19 : Intelligent chatbot applications on Google Cloud Platform
In the age of cloud services, we are no short of tools and software to build any kind of application that comes to mind. You have an idea, Google Cloud Platform can help you make that a reality. In this talk, I will share my experience in building a hypothetical chat bot application for Facebook Messenger using available API services by Google Cloud Platform.
Developer & Rollerblader. Currently Head of Technology for Sparkline Pte. Ltd. Visit nazroll.com for more details.
Session 20 : Raspberry pi 3
Session 5 : RSimulating Biological Interaction Behaviour via Scilab Computation
Mohammad Khatim Hasan
Understanding dynamical relation of interaction between animals is an exciting and useful knowledge. Monitoring these relations in real life is very hard and dangerous activity and very time consuming . Another alternative approach is to predict the relationship via mathematical model. In this talk, we analyze three mathematical models; i.e. Lotka-Volterra, Beddington De-Angelis and Rosensweigh-McArthur models. We implement the numerical simulations using an open source software named Scilab. Experiments proved to show that all three models excellently simulated using Scilab.
Session 6 : Web Application Security
In this tech era security of web application has become more important as all of the information user gather from web. Now-a-days creating public profile, sharing file, downloading file, sending message and so on used to take place through web. As a result, hackers are taking this advantage to collect information as much as they can by breaking the security wall. Although there are some steps we can take into considerations as a developer to secure the transaction, there are some pros and cons based on security algorithm which we used to call cryptography based on various application layers. Secured hosting is not good enough to secure the overall application layers. Security also concern with data layers and business logic layers. In this presentation we will show what are the algorithm and techniques we can implement on application layers as well as data and business logic layers so that end users can access the web system more confidently and at the same time we can become more loyal to our clients which will help us to retain them in future.
Syed Md Maruf Hasan
Session 21 Saya dan Sumber Terbuka
Ahmed Noor Kader Mustajir Md Eusoff
by Say Chun Kim
Session 22 : Chrome Payment Request API : Enhancing mobile ecommerce with quick simple checkout
SC seeks opportunities with his clients in order to improve web performance and mobile experience for his clients' projects, in the same time experimenting with new technologies around the web.
According to studies, 66% of mobile purchases are made through websites rather than apps? More saddening is the conversion rate on mobile websites is only 33% of that on desktop. And dealing web payment is big challenge and dilemma for developers as well.
Payment Request API is built with latest Chrome with native UI and easy-going flow for helping collect user's info to be processed in payment gateway.
Kim Say Chun
SC was formerly a co-organizer from Google Developers Group Kuala Lumpur (GDGKL), and now became full-stack web developer freelancer especially with Firebase cloud technologies. In same time, he's a Master student researcher from The National University of Malaysia (UKM) and developer plus UI lead from MyXLab.
Session 7 : Electronic Document Management System with Open Source Tool
Zarina Musa CISSP, GCUX, GSNA, ISMS Lead Auditor, ECES
Cyber Security Proactive Services
Session 8 : Integration and Interoperability for One-Stop E-Government Portal using Full Open Source Platform
Khairul Anwar bin Sedek
Faculty of Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Universiti Teknologi MARA
02600 Arau, Perlis, Malaysia.
Mohd Adib bin Omar
School of Computer Sciences
Universiti Sains Malaysia
11800 USM Pulau Pinang, Malaysia.
Faculty of Computing
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
81310 UTM, Skudai, Johor, Malaysia.
One-stop e-government portal concept refers to accessibility of public services in a single platform. E-government should be capable in providing a one-stop point-of- service that access channel shall convey a simple and effective image of government. This is to fulfil e-government users’ need that demands effective one-stop e-government portal which provides central access to all government services in a single window. However, the barriers to realize this need depend on contribution and collaboration among government agencies to provide e-government applications and services through one-stop e-government portal. Therefore, development of effective one-stop e-government portal (1EGSP) needs effective integration and interoperability among E-Government Application Providers (EGAP) and E-Government Service Providers (EGSP). The solution needs simple and effective integration and interoperability based on open solution. This work proposed an open source solution that provides a few features. First, it offers one-stop centre to e-government applications for end-users of portal.
Second, it provides hosting of e-government application in the portal. Third, integration and interoperability of e-government applications and services are embedded as a cohesive system across government agencies. The solution provides complete development option from the front-end development to integration and interoperability of application and services by using open source development and implementation platform.
by Mary Chen
Session 10 : Online Accessibility Mapping Project
Challenges Foundation will run a project to make cycling accessible for children and persons with disabilities.
The Challenges Tandem Cycle 4 Change Project will be launched in 2017 with a National Recycle Bicycle campaign to collect used and abandoned bicycles in the community to be recycled into our tandem bicycles.
One activity of this project involves street mapping for location of abandoned bicycles as well as donated bicycles from public.
We hope to use OpenStreetMap, for this project to get public to pin the location of these bicycles and we can then send volunteers to collect them when we see a cluster of pins.
The other use of the street mapping will be to map accessible cycling spots that are also safe for us to organise cycling trips for youth and children with disabilities
I hope to start this project in April and hopefully by May we would be able to report some success or progress.
If not , I see the presentation as an opportunity to initiate a Call for Action to delegates at this conference to help us move this project forward
Mary Chen has been a disability advocate for 30 years. She is the Chairperson of Challenges Foundation, a nonprofit and non government Organisation to promote disability advocacy and inclusive community development.
Session 23 : Building Your Own Programming Language - The First Step
Have you ever thinking, how the computer can understand and execute command we gave them ? How to build the magic instructions that computer can understand ?
Most programming language today are based on English. What if you can instruct computer to do thing in any language that you wish, like in Malay, Mandarin, Arabic or whatever your favorite spoken language ?
You can do it if you know how to build your own programming language. Even the language you build end up not being used by anyone, or lacking a lot of features to being practical, you still learn a great deal of thing that will make you into better programmer or computer user.
Throughout this talk, I'll try to walk the audience to their first step in building their own programming language. We will learn different kind of programming language we can build, what is compiler and interpreter and how building it is just an exercise of mapping one word to another word. In the end, the objective is for you to know how to start and where to look for resources that you need in your journey to build your own programming language.
Mohd Kamal Bin Mustafa
Lead Developer at Xoxzo Inc
Session 9 : To R or not to R: Experience from Using R in a Medical School
R is a freely available language and environment for statistical computing and graphics. It has over 10200 packages to cater for the needs of statisticians, data scientists, epidemiologists, ecologists, econometricians and many more people.
At the School of Medical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, we informally introduced R in late 2013 and formally integrated R into our academic syllabus in 2015. We use RStudio as the IDE for R though Revolution R is another popular IDE. In the statistic class, we teach students to read data, perform statistical analysis and produce reports in R.
Using R makes learning more exciting and using R-markdown helps students produce nice reports. Our experience shows R requires steeper learning curve but the challenge and the versatility of R make the students more engaged and the learning more effective. We feel that academicians should promote the use of R in their classes.
Prof. Madya Dr. Kamarul Imran Musa
Mingle and networking during Teh Tarik Session.
This is the largest "Teh Tarik Session" for open source community in Malaysia.
Workshop 1 : Many Facets of Open Source Tools in System Administration Context
System administration is a wide ranged area which caters infrastructure handling , log analysis, security aware practice and common sense. Open source based tools are possibly among the favorite choice due to the nature of the openness. My talk will cover from the basic to intermediate level use of the open source tools in the area of system administration which could possibly save our time in dealing with the routine task. For example the use of Ansible for the configuration management tool, tmux/screen use and git.
Muhammad Najmi bin Ahmad Zabidi
(Remote) Linux System Administrator at End Point Corporation, New York City
Holds Masters of Science in Computer Science from Universiti Sains Malaysia
Workshop 2 : Where's my PCAP?
Stop what you are doing right now! Stop looking into wrong packets! You can't effectively manage, troubleshoot, and secure your enviroment if you don't know what's it's doing at a fundamental level. This is the missing manual for each IT department skillset.Unleash the power of open source tools such as tcpdump, tshark, or wireshark to make your life easier and of course, cost effective.
Bring laptop with Wireshark v2.0 preinstalled.
By : Ahmad Maher Bin Che Mohd Adib
The presenter will share his experience (the good, the bad and the ugly) and his journey for the past 15 years in dealing with packets and how he tackled and solved most of the common issues that most network security and application engineer faced today.
Workshop 3 : Openflow Patch Panel and Network Tester Deployment in SDN Based Open Source Environment
This workshop shall demonstrate how SDN is utilised to deploy the openflow patch panel as well as the testing of the network. The development of this tool has been made entirely using open source software.
Fuead Ali, Megat Norulazmi
Workshop 4 : CryptoCurrency with Open Source Technology
A cryptocurrency (or crypto currency) is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange using cryptography to secure the transactions and to control the creation of additional units of the currency. Cryptocurrencies are a subset of alternative currencies, or specifically of digital currencies.
This workshop will share with you the open source technology that's related to Blockchain, the underlayer technology for cryptocurrency. Among the technology that's will be showcase :-
Dash is an open source peer-to-peer cryptocurrency that offers instant transactions (InstantSend), private transactions (PrivateSend) and token fungibility. It was rebranded from "Darkcoin" to "Dash" on March 25, 2015, a portmanteau of "Digital Cash".
Hyperledger is an open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies. It is a global collaboration, hosted by The Linux Foundation including leaders in finance, banking, Internet of Things, supply chains, manufacturing and Technology.
Lightning Talk 2. 15 minutes each speakers.
A lightning talk is a very short presentation lasting only a few minutes, given at a conference or similar forum. Several lightning talks will usually be delivered by different speakers in a single session, sometimes called a data blitz.
1) "Peoplepool-make everything thrusted"
2) mvc-melayu dan Raspberry Pi 3
17th–19th May 2017