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46:58 Vanschoren, Joaquin English 2014

Estimating the Performance of Predictive Models in R

This talk will start with a very brief introduction to R and the main concepts of this data analysis environment and programming language. We will then shift focus to predictive tasks and models obtained from data to solve these tasks. Finally, the main topic of the talk will be on how to solve the critical issue of estimating the predictive performance of alternative models to solve some task. This estimation process is key to answer the question of which model is the "best" for a problem we are facing. We will describe the facilities provided by the R package performanceEstimation to address this model selection problem and provide some illustrative case studies. We wrap up with the ongoing plans of interfacing this package to OpenML.
  • Published: 2014
  • Publisher: Vanschoren, Joaquin
  • Language: English
37:06 Hacktivity English 2015

Memory corruption vulnerabilities, runtime mitigations and their bypasses

Memory corruption vulnerabilities are ubiquitous and unavoidable issues of our complex applications. There are many exploitation and exploit mitigation techniques offor them as well as bypass methods of for the used or proposed defenses. For instance beyond in addition to the nowadays classic defenses of Data Execution Prevention (DEP) and Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR), there are newer more recent proposals like Control Flow Integrity (CFI) and fine-grained ASLR, even if these solutions are not frequently used in practice today mainly for performance and compatibility reasons. The aim of this talk is to provide an overview of the main achievements of the state -of -the -art academic research in this field, and also to demonstrate and discuss some concrete uses of evasion techniques for bypassing runtime mitigations, like the Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) of Microsoft.
  • Published: 2015
  • Publisher: Hacktivity
  • Language: English
41:44 Hacktivity English 2015

Hacking cars in the style of Stuxnet

We believe that the most important impact of Stuxnet in the long run is that it provides a blueprint for carrying out similar attacks in different embedded computing environments. To demonstrate this, we started experimenting with attacking cars in the same style as Stuxnet attacked uranium centrifuges. Our experiments show that it is relatively easy to perform dangerous modifications to the settings of different car electronic control units. by sSimply infecting the mechanic's PC or laptop that runs the diagnostic software used to manage those ECUs in the car, and replacing the DLL responsible for communications between the diagnostic software and the CAN bus with a malicious DLL, that we can implements man-in-the-middle type attacks (e.g., replay or modification of commands). As a proof-of-concept, we managed to forge a message that switches off the airbag of an Audi TT without the mechanic noticing the misdeed.
  • Published: 2015
  • Publisher: Hacktivity
  • Language: English
46:24 Hacktivity English 2013

Hacktivity 2013: Hacking CCTV systems

CCTV systems are in their prime today, and are used all over the world. These systems however can lead to a false sense of security. Most of them use proprietary software, which has not been adequately tested for security vulnerabilities. I will demonstrate this by reverse engineering the firmware, and will use that information to gain root access to the security system remotely. (This will be a demo with an Identivision DVR, and will cover the process all the way from first analizing the security equipment, to reverse engineering the firmware, using the information found to gain remote access to the system. Then I will show some things that can be done, once root access is gained.) I will also explain some of the most common security mistakes that manufacturers and users make with these security systems. I hope to give a general awareness about using their use, and the risks involved.
  • Published: 2013
  • Publisher: Hacktivity
  • Language: English
25:44 FOSSGIS e.V. German 2012

SHOGun

Ein komplettes WebGIS aus einem Guss basierend auf modernen Open Source Web-Frameworks? Der Vortrag zeigt die Umsetzung einer komplexen WebGIS-Lösung inklusive Java-Backend, einem konfigurierbaren WebGIS-Client auf Basis von JavaScript sowie einer Nutzerverwaltung und diversen Sicherheitsmechanismen. Die Kommunikation zwischen Client und Server wird komplett über AJAX und (Geo)-JSON realisiert. Die Anwendung wurde im Rahmen des Forschungsprojektes MoMo entwickelt, wo die Software für integriertes Wasserressourcen-Management in Zentralasien eingesetzt werden soll. Bei den eingestzten Frameworks handelt es sich um - Spring Framework - Hibernate - Hibernate Spatial - Ext JS - OpenLayers - GeoExt Durch den Einsatz dieser renommierten und hochqualitativen Open Source Frameworks wird die Nachhaltigkeit, Wartbarkeit sowie die Qualität der Anwendung gewährleistet.
  • Published: 2012
  • Publisher: FOSSGIS e.V.
  • Language: German
14:23 FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo) English 2013

Democratising Spatial Data Access and Understanding for Planning Visualisation with GIality

This paper introduces a new digital and in-field mobile solution for landscape visual impact analysis (VIA) with in-field mobile visualisation using GIality (the convergence of 3D models, sensors including location and spatial data) to provide new and engaging, contextual and personal access to information. By taking planning data for spatial analysis off the map and into intuitive app-based mobile systems we will discuss how traditional plan-based representation is not always the best communication tool. Maps may remain a tool for experts and professionals but the future of GI representation is no longer limited by physical media. For public understanding – and the democtatisation of data –we must understand and embrace new technology trends and opportunities in consumer devices. We will explain how, using modern technology drivers including devices such as mobile phones and tablet computers, combined with geospatial positioning, spatial data and services, GIality can bring a new dimension democratisation and community engagement with planning & renewables data. Especially related to planning and renewable energy development, visual impact is one of the primary aspects in the consideration of acceptance under local and national guidance. This is most reported where the impact of wind turbines on the landscape has split political, environmental and consumer opinion. However the current mechanisms and procedures for visual impact assessment (VIA) are based on traditional printed off-site analysis which limits their context, scope and use. A new approach will be demonstrated with a case study in Scotland. The trends for mobile work and play, combined with integrated sensors and social coordination provide the availability and accessibility of tools for both professionals and citizens to democratise and personalise data. The augmentation of as-planned models and geospatial data with device location, attitude and orientation allows individual places of residence, work and play to be equally fairly, rigorously and unambiguously assessed for visual impact and create cost-effective solutions.
  • Published: 2013
  • Publisher: FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)
  • Language: English
47:27 DataCite English 2012

Jonathan Grant, RAND Europe at the DataCite summer meeting 2012

  • Published: 2012
  • Publisher: DataCite
  • Language: English
1:02:19 Free and Open Source software Conference (FrOSCon) e.V. English 2015

Beginning of the End or End of the Beginning?

On August 7th maddog turned 65 years old. He started programming in 1969 after almost being electrocuted by 13,600 volts and 800 Amps (he figured software was safer). In celebration of 46 years in the computer in the computer field and five more years before he can afford to retire, come hear maddog explain the computer field in ways few people have thought of it. maddog
  • Published: 2015
  • Publisher: Free and Open Source software Conference (FrOSCon) e.V.
  • Language: English
1:12:35 Berkeley System Distribution (BSD), Andrea Ross English 2012

Optimizing ZFS for Block Storage

The ZFS file system has been heavily tuned for workloads where file rewrite activity is minimal or is aligned and sized to match ZFS's native record size. Exporting ZFS storage to block consumers, however, presents a situation where every write is rewriting an existing block, and unaligned writes incur a performance killing synchronous read. This paper and talk presents Spectra Logic's optimizations to ZFS's data management layer (DMU) to convert the majority of these synchronous reads to be asynchronous and, for sequential access patterns, to avoid them entirely. We also describe a new scheme that allows concurrent reads to be issued through the DMU without the need to allocate a thread context for each I/O. The result, as implemented and tested using the FreeBSD operating system, is up to a five fold performance increase for unaligned write workloads and a three fold improvement for random read workloads.
  • Published: 2012
  • Publisher: Berkeley System Distribution (BSD), Andrea Ross
  • Language: English
28:24 FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo) English 2016

Open Data Revolution of the Deutsche Bahn (German Railways)

Deutsche Bahn (German Railways), one of the world-leading passenger and logistics company is long-known to be very closed and conservative. Therefore, for many it was a complete surprize when Deutsche Bahn has announced the DB Open Data Portal in Novemeber 2015 and started publishing datasets under very permissive Creative Commons licenses. These datasets include geodata like stops, stations, complete railway track network and many others, growing almost weekly. DB Open Data is now extended by DB Open APIs like timetable of the long-distance trains. In this talk, we tell the story behind DB Open Data. About our challenges and failures, our successes and lessons learned on the way to become more open, to enable and to be enabled by the community. We show projects which were already implemented using our Open Data and point out to boundaries we still have to break.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)
  • Language: English
24:47 FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo) English 2016

OpenSource tools for water network management

This presentation details some OpenSource tools dedicated to water network management, be it for water distribution or wastewater networks. The qWAT project is a specific tool based on QGIS and PostGIS. it aims at managing water distribution networks. The data model is part of the project and covers most use cases for this kind of assets. The qWAT project is strongly linked to QGIS, and tries to contribute to the core of QGIS so as to mutualize developments and features among other QGIS-based applications. Similarly, the QGEP project is dedicated to wastewater networks. We also present a use case for an implementation of a wastewater information system in France, based on QGIS and PostGIS. Furthermore, we show how PostGIS-based projects allow to do network and graph analysis, so as to extract meaningful information for decision-taking and planning. QGIS-Epanet and QGIS-SWMM are two QGIS Processing extensions integrating simulation features on water distribution and wastewater networks. They let the user run simulations to analyze the network, dimensioning, and identify specific issues. These set of tools show that OpenSource GIS now tend to fulfill use cases for specific fields of application, and water management is among them.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)
  • Language: English
21:16 River Valley TV English 2012

Improving the remarkable photosensitivity of dichromated gelatin for hologram recording in green laser light

  • Published: 2012
  • Publisher: River Valley TV
  • Language: English
25:19 River Valley TV English 2012

Direct and reverse synchronization with SyncTeX

In this presentation, we will focus on SyncTeX, a new synchronization technology now embedded into all the major TeX engines available in TeX–Live. This new design is extremely efficient and strong, such that old packages like pdfsync and srcltx, are now completely outdated. But this is not the only advantage: SyncTeX also brings pdf synchronization to the whole Unix world.
  • Published: 2012
  • Publisher: River Valley TV
  • Language: English
19:58 Confreaks, LLC English 2015

Ruby Debugger Internals

How does a Ruby debugger look and work on the inside? Is it difficult to write a debugger? Hear the full story of supporting Ruby 2.0 straight from the maintainer of the RubyMine debugger. In this session we'll expose debugger internals, including different APIs used by debuggers; review how they evolved; and look at what it takes to keep the performance of a debugged application at a reasonable level. We'll also talk about alternative implementations including JRuby and Rubinius.
  • Published: 2015
  • Publisher: Confreaks, LLC
  • Language: English
29:55 River Valley TV English 2012

Languages for bibliography styles

BibTeX is the most used bibliography processor in conjunction with LaTeX. To put bibliography styles in action, it uses a stack–based language written with postfixed notations. Recently, other approaches have been proposed: some use a programming language for designing bibliography styles, e.g., Perl in Bibulus; some are based on converters to xml TeXts and use xslt for bibliography styles; a recent proposal—the biblaTeX package—consists of using LaTeX command to control the layout of generated references… We propose a comparative study of these approaches and show which programming styles are encouraged, from a point of view related to methodology. Finally, we explain how this study has influenced the design of MlBibTeX, our multi–lingual reimplementation of BibTeX.
  • Published: 2012
  • Publisher: River Valley TV
  • Language: English
29:36 River Valley TV English 2012

Writing Gregg Shorthand with LATEX and Metafont

We present an on–line system, which tries to convert English text into Gregg shorthand(O’Kennedy, 1990), phonetic pen writing system used in the U.S. and Ireland. The given text is at first tokenized (tokens being punctuation marks, words and common phrases). For each of the tokens a METAFONT glyph is generated on–the–fly. These glyphs are (smooth) combinations of shorthand graphems corresponding to phonems obtained from a pronunciation lexicon (Fitt, 2006). The shorthand text is then set with LaTeX.
  • Published: 2012
  • Publisher: River Valley TV
  • Language: English
18:00 Loviscach, Jörn German 2012

05A.2 Collections richtig anwenden, Array, List, Queue, Stack, Dictionary

  • Published: 2012
  • Publisher: Loviscach, Jörn
  • Language: German
11:22 Loviscach, Jörn German 2012

05B.1 bitweise logische Operationen; hexadezimal

  • Published: 2012
  • Publisher: Loviscach, Jörn
  • Language: German
38:46 Loviscach, Jörn German 2012

10B.1 Morse-Code per Programm; Array von struct

  • Published: 2012
  • Publisher: Loviscach, Jörn
  • Language: German
24:01 FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo) English 2016

GeoServer Styling Hints and Tips for Prettier Maps

Web maps needn't be dull and this talk will show you how you can take your cartographic skills from the desktop GIS to the web using SLD and GeoServer. The initial part of the talk will introduce desktop tools such as QGIS and UDig and how they can help novices get started with styling maps. Moving beyond the basics it will continue with a look at the use of functions to modify the features being drawn. It will include an in depth look at how to control the placement of labels to enhance the readability of the map especially when using tile caching to speed up map service. The talk will finish with a discussion of using GeoServer's composite and blending modes to provide pretty effects that can enhance your web mapping.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: FOSS4G, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)
  • Language: English
53:42 re:publica English 2013

Global Internet Infrastructure - Shaping the world through neutral exchanges

Neutral exchanges have become a success factor both economically as well as in securing the free, open exchange of information worldwide. In the session we will address how the establishment of an IXPs might impact the national Networks and which opportunities will present itself. What possibilities are there to create a neutral, non monopolistic and non-government controlled IXP in a given political environment? How will it protect Internet freedoms? The session will explain which models have been successful and how IXPs can help secure the future of the Internet.
  • Published: 2013
  • Publisher: re:publica
  • Language: English
33:46 FOSDEM VZW English 2016

Kicad ED A

  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: FOSDEM VZW
  • Language: English
40:24 EuroPython English 2017

Practical Debugging - Tips, Tricks and Ways to think

Practical Debugging - Tips, Tricks and Ways to think [EuroPython 2017 - Talk - 2017-07-14 - Arengo] [Rimini, Italy] When we write code, oftentimes things are not working as expected. We followed the tutorial and yet we got an error. We introduce a new feature but something else broke. Having to deal with bugs is inevitable. Trying to ""debug"" what happened or what caused the problem can be really frustrating and timewasting. The aim of this talk is go give ways to think & steps to take when we are faced with the process of debugging. The language for the examples is going to be Python & the tools used - from the python ecosystem. The talk will be practical, with a lot of real-world examples. The goal is to cover the following scenarios by showing different ways to approch the problem: You followed a tutorial but it's not working. What to do? You introduce new feature but things broke somewhere else in the project. What to do? You are using a popular 3rd party library but something breaks. What to do? A bug occurs and you have no idea what or who caused it. What to do? You can't fix or find the bug. What now? You want to generalize your debugging skills. How to do that? We will be talking about critical changes, binary search, problem isolation, interactive debuggers, printing, testing, greping and other interesting things
  • Published: 2017
  • Publisher: EuroPython
  • Language: English
24:43 EuroPython English 2017

Writing Awesome PyPI packages in Python

Writing Awesome PyPI packages in Python [EuroPython 2017 - Talk - 2017-07-14 - PyCharm Room] [Rimini, Italy] One of the strengths of the Python programming language is the huge base of Open Source libraries. The PyPI (Python Package Index) repository provides currently 105,917 packages, many of them developed actively by contributors. This talk is a tour through various tools and practices, which help to keep your package in a good state for your users and make it easier for other developers to contribute. One can find these practices in projects of different size, such as Django (24,244 commits, 1,397 contributors) Pandas (15,005 commits, 754 contributors) and Faker (20 commits, 3 contributors). Some things to consider when creating your own package: using a Makefile for automatic testing, coverage analysis and environment setup. structuring your .gitignore file. using pyenv and .python-version for Python version management. using tox to ascertain that code is working in different environments. squashing different configuration files to a single setup.cfg file. using EditorConfig and .editorconfig to automatically set project coding standards in the editor
  • Published: 2017
  • Publisher: EuroPython
  • Language: English
37:39 Confreaks, LLC English 2017

An Approach to Air-Gapped Deployment

Pitfalls, brick walls, and struggles I faced while navigating the seas of Internet dependent software in an air-gapped environment. This discussion will be from the perspective of a new member of the Chef community, Sandia National Laboratories. Our team has been researching and adopting DevOps techniques to automate our workflows and deliverables. Being one of the architects tasked with exploring Chef as a solution to configuration management, I have had the pleasure to design some of our development process and architecture. This process is continually evolving to suit our specific needs. All of our products are deployed to air-gapped production environments. We are working toward not only using Chef to build our environments but also delivering our environments as fully functional Chef organizations to ensure our contracted work is predictable after delivery.
  • Published: 2017
  • Publisher: Confreaks, LLC
  • Language: English
33:54 Confreaks, LLC English 2017

'Acing' Infrastructure Testing with Chef

Sports move fast; infrastructure testing has to keep pace. The team responsible for the cloud that powers Wimbledon, The US Open and some of the world's largest sporting events uses Chef to manage their infrastructure. Developing a testing framework presented many challenges, including: Scaling infrastructure testing to handle a distributed enterprise. Testing in remote locations without the fastest internet speeds. Contending with the Great Firewall in China. The team has spent 100s of hours optimizing test environments to support fast testing by distributed teams. Learn how the team approached test optimization, what worked and what failed.
  • Published: 2017
  • Publisher: Confreaks, LLC
  • Language: English
42:53 Confreaks, LLC English 2016

Writing DSC Resources and Using Them in Chef for Windows

Windows management is all about taking advantage of the rich API surface that features and products have to offer. This API surface includes cmdlets, WMI, etc. PowerShell is the platform of choice on Windows that binds together these various API surfaces and brings out the best management experience. Therefore it is a natural and obvious choice to expose declarative configuration in Windows using PowerShell Desired State Configuration. DSC is a platform that allows any management solution to consume its artifacts and Chef on Windows provides an awesome integration. Chef can consume any DSC resource and the resources get executed in the context of the DSC agent process providing the best possible use of the API surface as well as desired performance characteristics. In this session, you will learn about writing DSC resources and how to consume them using Chef for Windows.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Confreaks, LLC
  • Language: English
43:06 Confreaks, LLC English 2016

Adding Windows to Your kitchen

In "Adding Windows to Your Kitchen", Trevor "The Chef Prince" Hess from 10th Magnitude and Levi Geinert from the Target DevOps Dojo will discuss common practices and challenges in the process of converging Windows. You’ll learn how you can use your existing Chef knowledge to build out integrations so your Windows machines can have the same level of testing/coverage as your Linux machines! Attendees will learn how 10th Magnitude and Target approached: -Kitchen Setup, Image Requirements, and Reboots -WinRM challenges (it's getting better!) -WSUS limits & Workarounds (Chef solo schedules task) -Using Rake tasks to manage multiple converges -Leverage DSC to make your life easier -Pester for testing -Tying into existing source control & CI tools -Utilizing add-ons like Jenkins, TeamCity, TFS, Git, NANO, containers, and more! In addition to the spoken presentation, "Adding Windows to Your Kitchen" will include a 5 minute episode of the "popular", (and completely made-up) renovation series: 127.0.0.1 Improvement (read as: Localhost Improvement) The video will introduce the higher-level concepts of the presentation in a similar way to last year’s "Chef Prince of Azure" music video. Think equal parts "Tool Time" from Home Improvement and This Old House.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: Confreaks, LLC
  • Language: English
50:32 re:publica English 2014

The Amish Futurist and the power of buttermilk

We look forward to this nostalgic stopover on our journey into the future - a session filled with digital self-reflection and a chance to ask ourselves who we were, instead of who we are.
  • Published: 2014
  • Publisher: re:publica
  • Language: English
20:38 DjangoCon US English 2017

The shy person's guide to tech conferences

  • Published: 2017
  • Publisher: DjangoCon US
  • Language: English
57:44 REcon English 2016

How Do I Crack Satellite and Cable Pay TV?

Follow the steps taken to crack a conditional access and scrambling system used in millions of TV set-top-boxes across North America. From circuit board to chemical decapsulation, optical ROM extraction, glitching, and reverse engineering custom hardware cryptographic features. This talk describes the techniques used to breach the security of satellite and cable TV systems that have remained secure after 15+ years in use. Topics include: chemical decapsulation and delayering of ICs in acids, microphotography and optical bit extraction of ROM, binary analysis using IDA and homebrew CPU simulators, datalogging and injection of SPI and serial TS data, designing and using a voltage glitcher, extracting secret keys from RAM of a battery-backed IC, analyzing hardware-based crypto customizations, studying undocumented hardware peripherals, MPEG transport streams and non-DVB-standards, QPSK demodulation, interleaving, randomization, FEC of OOB (out-of-band) cable data. The result is knowledge of the transport stream scrambling modes and knowledge of the conditional access system used to deliver keys. Strong and weak points are identified, advanced security features implemented nearly 20 years ago are compared to modern security designs. A softcam is designed and tested using free software, working for cable and satellite TV.
  • Published: 2016
  • Publisher: REcon
  • Language: English
50:19 FOSDEM VZW English 2014

Three Years Experience with a Tree-like Shader IR

Three years ago a small team at Intel took on the task of rewriting the OpenGL Shading Language compiler in Mesa. One of the most fundamental design choices in any compiler is the intermediate representation (IR) used for programs. The IR is the internal data structure used for all program transformations including optimization and code generation. At the time the compiler was designed, a number of alternatives were investigated. In the end, a tree-like IR was selected. With hindsight being 20/20, this talk will present the tree-like IR that was chosen and the issues that have been found with that IR in the interim.
  • Published: 2014
  • Publisher: FOSDEM VZW
  • Language: English
41:46 FOSDEM VZW English 2014

osmocom: Overview of our SDR projects

Osmocom stands for Open-Source MObile COMmunication. It's an umbrella project for several sub-projects that focus on implementing various telecom standard. A growing part of these are using SDR and theses are the the ones that will be presented in this talk. Among theses are rtl-sdr, a library to use cheap dvb-t dongle as SDR receiver; gr-osmosdr, a GNURadio source block to support multiple capture hardware easily in your apps; osmo-tetra, an sdr implementation of a TETRA receiver; osmo-gmr, a protocol stack for this satphone standard; gr-fosphor, a GPU accelerated spectrum visualization block for GNURadio.
  • Published: 2014
  • Publisher: FOSDEM VZW
  • Language: English
50:31 FOSDEM VZW English 2014

Legal issues from a radical community angle

Throughout its 20-year history, Debian had to face a number of legal issues, in all fields of the so (improperly) called "Intellectual Property". From trademarks to patents, from copyright to export control and embargoes, Debian didn't miss a single pesky issue. In this talk we review some of the most relevant legal issues that Debian has faced in recent years and how the project has responded to them. Doing so is a chance not only to share legal best practices with other Free Software communities, but also to highlight the policy annoyances that widespread legal systems imposes on radical Free Software communities such as Debian
  • Published: 2014
  • Publisher: FOSDEM VZW
  • Language: English
27:43 re:publica English 2017

Notes from an Emergency

The Trump administration and the political movement it represents pose a unique challenge to the tech industry, which is mostly based in the United States and controls enormous amounts of sensitive data on entire populations.
  • Published: 2017
  • Publisher: re:publica
  • Language: English
57:31 re:publica English 2017

Solutions for a more equal electronic music scene and business

Sexism and underrepresentation of women in the electronic music scene have been discussed broadly. This talk skips negotiating the severity of these issues by focusing on the development of solutions that we can adopt. We address the questions like: How can we deal with stereotypes about women being bad at making music? How can we raise more awareness? How to change the education system? What political acts are needed? The aim is to formulate ideas that could be developed for a more equal scene.
  • Published: 2017
  • Publisher: re:publica
  • Language: English
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