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==== Thursday 10th June: Programmable Logic Devices and Microcontrollers/Digital Systems Overview ====
==== Thursday 10th June: Programmable Logic Devices and Microcontrollers/Digital Systems Overview ====
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Tom introduced the basic operations of these devices, with comprehensive diagrams of logic gates and demonstrations of a PIC microcontroller and Xilinx complex programmable logic device as part of the DSX D-Series prototyping kit created by the Engineering side of UTS:FEIT used in certain subjects taught at UTS such as Introductory/Advanced Digital Systems.
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[[Tom]] introduced the basic operations of these devices, with comprehensive diagrams of logic gates and demonstrations of a PIC microcontroller and Xilinx complex programmable logic device as part of the DSX D-Series prototyping kit created by the Engineering side of UTS:FEIT used in certain subjects taught at UTS such as Introductory/Advanced Digital Systems.
==== Thursday 6th May: Flash vs AJAX ====
==== Thursday 6th May: Flash vs AJAX ====
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Tina started a casual discussion about Flash and AJAX. While it is preferrable to use both and Tina tried to be as neutral as possible, the discussion roughly ended with the conclusion that Flash still sucks. However, it won't matter which technology you choose if there are people using NoScript anyway.
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[[Tina]] started a casual discussion about [[Flash]] and [[AJAX]]. While it is preferable to use both and Tina tried to be as neutral as possible, the discussion roughly ended with the conclusion that Flash still sucks. However, it won't matter which technology you choose if there are people using NoScript anyway.
==== Thursday 1st April: First year's learning in Software Development ====
==== Thursday 1st April: First year's learning in Software Development ====
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Tina went through known problems in learning programming that most first year students in the past had been facing. A discussion was held towards the end to provide programming learning tips for first year students.
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[[Tina]] went through known problems in learning programming that most first year students in the past had been facing. A discussion was held towards the end to provide programming learning tips for first year students.
==Open Source==
==Open Source==
====Thursday 31st July, 2008====
====Thursday 31st July, 2008====
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Andrew Boag of Catalyst IT gave a talk on the growing use of Open Source in the business world.  [[http://lists.progsoc.org/progsoc/2008-July/000395.html]]
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[[Andrew Boag]] of Catalyst IT gave a talk on the growing use of [[Open Source]] in the business world.  [http://lists.progsoc.org/progsoc/2008-July/000395.html]
==Business Perspective==
==Business Perspective==
====Thursday 13th March, 2008====
====Thursday 13th March, 2008====
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Phillip Langely from the Australian Computer Society gave a presentation on "IT Business Strategy: The Role of IT in Business".  [[http://lists.progsoc.org/progsoc/2008-March/000106.html]]
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[[Phillip Langely]] from the [[Australian Computer Society]] gave a presentation on "IT Business Strategy: The Role of IT in Business".  [http://lists.progsoc.org/progsoc/2008-March/000106.html]
==Data Mining==
==Data Mining==
====Thursday 6th September, 2007====
====Thursday 6th September, 2007====
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Marauder gave a talk on the basics of data mining. [[http://www.progsoc.uts.edu.au/lists/progsoc-announce/current/msg00053.html]]
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[[Marauder]] gave a talk on the basics of data mining. [http://www.progsoc.uts.edu.au/lists/progsoc-announce/current/msg00053.html]
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====Thursday 11th September, 2003====
====Thursday 11th September, 2003====
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Insider [[http://www.progsoc.org/~curious Bryn "Curious" Davies]] gave a tutorial and demonstration of reverse-engineering under Linux with freely-available tools.  
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Insider [http://www.progsoc.org/~curious Bryn "Curious" Davies] gave a tutorial and demonstration of [[reverse-engineering]] under [[Linux]] with freely-available tools.  
Download his talk and [[http://progsoc.org/talks/reversing_talk.tar.gz example files]].
Download his talk and [[http://progsoc.org/talks/reversing_talk.tar.gz example files]].
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2010 Monthly Talks

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Thursday 10th June: Programmable Logic Devices and Microcontrollers/Digital Systems Overview

Tom introduced the basic operations of these devices, with comprehensive diagrams of logic gates and demonstrations of a PIC microcontroller and Xilinx complex programmable logic device as part of the DSX D-Series prototyping kit created by the Engineering side of UTS:FEIT used in certain subjects taught at UTS such as Introductory/Advanced Digital Systems.

Thursday 6th May: Flash vs AJAX

Tina started a casual discussion about Flash and AJAX. While it is preferable to use both and Tina tried to be as neutral as possible, the discussion roughly ended with the conclusion that Flash still sucks. However, it won't matter which technology you choose if there are people using NoScript anyway.

Thursday 1st April: First year's learning in Software Development

Tina went through known problems in learning programming that most first year students in the past had been facing. A discussion was held towards the end to provide programming learning tips for first year students.

Open Source

Thursday 31st July, 2008

Andrew Boag of Catalyst IT gave a talk on the growing use of Open Source in the business world. [1]


Business Perspective

Thursday 13th March, 2008

Phillip Langely from the Australian Computer Society gave a presentation on "IT Business Strategy: The Role of IT in Business". [2]


Data Mining

Thursday 6th September, 2007

Marauder gave a talk on the basics of data mining. [3]


Software Cracking and Reverse Engineering

Thursday 11th September, 2003

Insider Bryn "Curious" Davies gave a tutorial and demonstration of reverse-engineering under Linux with freely-available tools.

Download his talk and [example files].

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