X user group in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia where X is something technical that can be used.
SANS returns to Australia’s capital 29 June-4 July, 2009! SANS and Shearwater Solutions partner once again to bring you four top-ranked courses at SANS Canberra 2009.
In SANS tradition, we offer you a classic selection of hands-on training that is relevant to the challenges you face each day as an information security professional. Shearwater Solutions’ director and founder, Mark Hofman, will be teaching at this event along with other industry experts who are certified SANS instructors.
For those that are interested there is a free Software Testing Seminar in Melbourne Australia – 19th March. This event is the first meeting of the ACS Software Testing Special Interest Group. This is a free event.
Topic: Convincing IT and Business Managers to invest in software testing is one of the most challenging tasks facing the Test Manager – This is especially the case in today’s economic climate. This SIG will start with a short presentation highlighting common tactics for securing testing budgets. We will then focus on the specific challenges of SIG participants using the expertise and experience within the room to workshop possible solutions.
For more information visit https://www.acs.org.au/vic/index.cfm?action=event&area=9003&temID=eventdetails&eveID=10131441492926.
Learn how to use VirtualBox to install a Guest OS which works seamlessly with your keyboard and mouse. Last Friday of the month.
Date: 27th March, 2009
Pre-Meeting: 297 Victoria St, North Melbourne
Meeting: Computer Bank, North Melbourne
For more information visit www.mlug.org.au.
HP’s annual business technology showcase dedicated to innovation in virtualisation, collaboration and data centre transformation services and solutions. Attendance is free, with access to insightful technology clinics and displays to the latest HP business technology.
Rod McGeoch A.M. will be the keynote speaker followed by a customer experience panel discussion with Fosters and Animal Logic.
5 May, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
29 April, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
For more information visit www.hp.com.au/taw09.
Andrew van der Stock is the Project Lead for OWASP’s ESAPI for PHP. Learn how the Enterprise Security API can help you protect your PHP applications from the most common security flaws, as well as improve your overall security architecture.