I wish I could let all of you exhibit but we've got lots of planning to do before the main event on April 25th. The application deadline is 8:00PM EST on 4/1/2010. We'll let you know within a few days if we have questions about your application.
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When: Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Time: 8:20pm, doors open at 7:30pm for drinks and chit chat
Where: The Brick House
Cost: Event is free to attend but you gotta register. Register here.
Co-hosted by: The Brick House and Lonerider Beer
The Pecha Kucha chapter in Raleigh (Including Durham, Chapel Hill and surrounding areas) is meant to increase the awareness of everything interesting our community has to offer. A lot of passion and knowledge exists in triangle in a variety of diverse topics. We would like to showcase that passion with imaginative storytelling in the 20 x 20 Pecha Kucha format.
It should be a good time. Their list of presenters is pretty interesting!
The response to our call for Exhibitors, Makers, & Crafters has been overwhelming. I am amazed and excited about the people coming to share their lore next month. Because of this response we're going to have to close applications starting next week on Thursday 4/1/2010. This must be done to make sure that the Faire goes as smoothly as possible. Thanks for understanding and go ahead and submit your application while there's still time.
Raleigh's own original hacker conference, CarolinaCon, is back for its 6th year. Registration starts at 6:00 tonight for this three-day conference.
When: CarolinaCon will be March 19th (7pm-10pm), 20th (10am-10pm), and 21st (10am-4pm)
Where: Holiday Inn at 4100 Glenwood Avenue; Raleigh, NC 27612
Cost: $20.00 for admission, the $20.00 covers all three days
The very excellent CarolinaCon starts Friday night in Raleigh. Each year the conference gathers hackers and other technology enthusiasts in one space to hear presentations on everything from copyright law to lock picking. CarolinaCon is one of the last great tech bargains out there. Low travel costs, low entry fee, fascinating speakers, entertaining attendees, and cheap booze; how can you go wrong?
This year's call for presenters was so popular the organizers added another day of talks for no extra cost! Just check out this schedule of presenters and try to tell me this isn't worth $20.
|We Don't Need No Stinking Badges - Shawn Merdinger||Smart People, Stupid Emails - Margaret McDonald|
|Locks: Past, Picking, and Future - squ33k||Mitigating Attacks with Existing Network Infrastructure - Omar Santos|
|Cybercrime and the Law Enforcement Response - Thomas Holt, Professor Farnsworth||OMG, The World Has Come To An End!!! - FeloniousFish|
|You Spent All That Money and You Still Got Owned - Joe McCray||Physical Manifestation of Software: Microcontrollers 101 - Nick Fury|
|Something Smells Phishy: The Evolution of Social Engineering - Chris Silvers and Dawn Perry||Protecting Systems through Log Management and System Integrity - David Burt|
|It's Not A Vulnerability, It's A Feature - Deral Heiland||Why Linux is Bad for Business - wxs|
|The Search for the Ultimate Handcuff Key - TOOOL||Hacking with the iPhone - snide|
|The Art of Software Destruction - Joshua Morin and Terron Williams||Metasploit - Ryan Linn|
|How the Droid Was Rooted - Michael Goffin|