We invite you to the Fifth LUGoNS BarCamp, which will be held on Saturday, December 17th 2016 at the Faculty of Technical Sciences (FTN) in Novi Sad, with the beginning scheduled for 12:00 in the Amphitheatre A3. The Fifth LUGoNS BarCamp is organized in cooperation with the Chair of Applied computer sciences.
The primary goal of LUGoNS BarCamp is interconnection of communities, be it regional or international, socializing, hacking, learning and networking. We are actively working on strenghtening and expanding the community, and making a place where knowledge and experience could be shared.
For anyone who missed the previously held LUGoNS BarCamps, you can watch the lectures online at ftp://ftp.lugons.org/01_BarCamp_01122012/ , ftp://ftp.lugons.org/02_BarCamp_23032013/ and ftp://ftp.lugons.org/03_BarCamp_08022014/ .
All communities from the region are more than welcome!
Entrance is FREE!
List of lectures (start times are preliminary):
Nebojša Badnjar – Kako radi internet i IXP (12h)
Zoran Vujović – Docker Fundamentals (13h)
Milorad Kubatović – Bioinformatički inženjering (14h)
Get-jan Los – An introduction to UNIX’ users, groups and file permissions (EN) (14:45h)
Tomislav Perić – How to make a botnet (EN) (15:15h)
Goran Mekić – FreeBSD jail – implementacija kontejnera (15:45h)
Sharky – Web Browser Hardening (16:15h)
Faculty of Technical Sciences
Trg Dositeja Obradovića 6
21000 Novi Sad
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Django – Python web framework
Requirements: bring your laptop, extension cables, novice level of
FAQ: It’s not required to know python.
Python is pretty much a mature programming language. It’s used in large
variety of tasks like user applications, science, a scripting laguage
and in web development. In this workshop we’ll present you the Django, a
Python framework for web applications. Django isn’t a CMS, blog engine
or wiki. Django is a set of libraries and tools which will help you to
build a web application, web service or simply a web site by your
Django is a FLOSS project, developed by the community and the source
code is of course available. If you’re not sure if you will like it or
you don’t believe us that it’s worth considering, here’s few interesting
– Integrated ORM (object-relational mapper)
– Well developed MVC
– Jinja like template engine
– Integrated support for testing
– Auto-generated admin interface
– Support for validating and generating HTML forms from data models
– DB scheme migration based on changes in data models
– Built-in dev web server
It’s the Python. What else? (:
The idea is that in the first Django workshop we introduce you to Django
through standard tutorial and begin a talk on deployment Python based
web projects to a production server. We hope you will like Django and
Python, and that you will find nice use for it and then that you will
share those experiences with us in some future events.