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Friday August 2 2019

Specialist Track Day
 
08:00
Registration
09:00
Security and Privacy
Track: Security and Privacy
Room: Cockle Bay
DjangoCon AU
Track: DjangoCon AU
Room: C3.3
Education Track
Track: Education
Room: C3.4 & C3.5
Science and Data
Track: Science and Data
Room: C3.6
09:30
Opening Doors with JSON Web Tokens
Ben Dechrai
Track: Security and Privacy
Room: Cockle Bay
Network Analytics in Python
Mridul Seth
Track: Science and Data
Room: C3.6
10:00
Morning Break
10:30
New Phone, Who Dis?: Human Authentication in the Digital Age
Yaakov Smith
Track: Security and Privacy
Room: Cockle Bay
Extracting tabular data from PDFs with Camelot & Excalibur
Vinayak Mehta
Track: Science and Data
Room: C3.6
11:00
Room Changeover
11:10
Data Sharing in Modern Australia
Justin Warren
Track: Security and Privacy
Room: Cockle Bay
Web Accessibility In Django
Parth Shandilya
Track: DjangoCon AU
Room: C3.3
Automagically marking Python course work and assessments in seconds!
Dave Bracken
Track: Education
Room: C3.4 & C3.5
Using Dash by Plotly for Interactive Visualisation of Crime Data
Leo Broska
Track: Science and Data
Room: C3.6
11:40
Room Changeover
11:50
Securing your AWS Identity Management pipeline with PyTest
Sean Johnson
Track: Security and Privacy
Room: Cockle Bay
Forklifting Django: Migrating A Complex Django App To Kubernetes
Noah Kantrowitz
Track: DjangoCon AU
Room: C3.3
What makes Micro:bits different?
Jack Reichelt
Track: Education
Room: C3.4 & C3.5
Building, designing, teaching and training simulation environments for Machine Learning
Paris Buttfield-Addison
Track: Science and Data
Room: C3.6
12:20
Lunch
Tofu larb salad, rare roast beef sandwich, chicken wrap, poached salmon, potato gnocci, samosas, hazelnut brownie
13:30
Stealing Chrome cookies without a password
"Alex"
Track: Security and Privacy
Room: Cockle Bay
WASM matter?
Russell Keith-Magee
Track: DjangoCon AU
Room: C3.3
Concept to Classroom: Creating fun differentiated programming projects
Renee Noble
Track: Education
Room: C3.4 & C3.5
Forecasting Australia's 2019 Election with PyMC3
Martin Burgess
Track: Science and Data
Room: C3.6
14:00
Room Changeover
14:10
Best Practices for Cryptography In Python
Paul Kehrer
Track: Security and Privacy
Room: Cockle Bay
Just Add Await: Retrofitting Async Into Django
Andrew Godwin
Track: DjangoCon AU
Room: C3.3
Ends at 920.0
Using Python, Flask and Docker To Teach Web Pentesting
Zain Afzal and Carey Li
Track: Education
Room: C3.4 & C3.5
cuDF: RAPIDS GPU-Accelerated Dataframe Library
Mark Harris
Track: Science and Data
Room: C3.6
14:40
Room Changeover
Room Changeover
Room Changeover
14:50
How to lose a container in 10 minutes
Sarah Young
Track: Security and Privacy
Room: Cockle Bay
Understanding GPUs
Varun Nayyar
Track: Science and Data
Room: C3.6
15:20
Afternoon Break
16:00
Threat Modeling the Death Star
Mario Areias
Track: Security and Privacy
Room: Cockle Bay
Pony, Cat, and Paw: Getting Started with the Open Source Menagerie
Tobias Kunze
Track: DjangoCon AU
Room: C3.3
Education Seminar Student Showcase
Track: Education
Room: C3.4 & C3.5
Ends at 18:00
16:30
Room Changeover
Room Changeover
Room Changeover
16:40
How to get everyone to get on board with software security: practical tips and suggestions.
Tennessee Leeuwenburg
Track: Security and Privacy
Room: Cockle Bay
The Unspeakable Horror of Discovering You Didn't Write Tests
Melanie Crutchfield
Track: DjangoCon AU
Room: C3.3
Learn to control your brain: Brain Computer Interfacing with Python
Johan van der Meer
Track: Science and Data
Room: C3.6
17:10
Room Changeover
Room Changeover
Room Changeover
17:20
17:50