Kali, Veil, Metasploit, BeEF. All tools in an arsenal that exist to break through security barriers.
This talk introduces the tools available and shows how they are used to get through your defences.
It is more a massive demo than a talk and is an exploration of the tools and what they do. At end of this talk, you will have better understanding how to defend against them and spot the problems. We will go through recon, exploitation and maintenance of exploits.
This is geared at developers, it pros and those with an interest in learning more about security tools and practices.
R is a language for statistical programming that is widely used among data scientists. Last year Microsoft purchased Revolution Analytics, a leading R company. As a result, Microsoft recently released Visual Studio Tools for R and announced that R is going to be included in the upcoming SQL Server 2016.
In this session, we will take a look at R from an introductory point of view and see how the power of R can be used by .net developers. Some of the highlights are:
- What is R and why does it matter?
- A brief look into statistics
- R in a nutshell
- “There is no R in Develop, but there is one in DevelopeR”. R Basics.
- Power of R: some basic examples showcasing R
- A brief look at R in SQL Server 2016
- Building a dashboard with asp.net MVC and R (getting data from SQL Server as well as the internet)
Since it's release Xamarin.Forms has changed rapidly and it's got some amazing new features since the 1.0 days. Some are well documented and some are a little hidden.
In this session we'll look at the new features introduced in 2x and how we can leverage them to build world class apps.
Feature gluttony is a common sin among IT projects. Customers deliver never ending wish list of features they want. However, the key is not to build everything, but only things that are really needed.
Learn how to defeat feature gluttony by... saying NO ;) And support this by:- setting common aim - finding relation: feature value- defining most important use cases- defining critical process from the business perspective- decide what should be delivered first… and build excellent piece of software :)