This is a bit of last-minute, and is targeted at a niche but active and growing community in Montreal, those who are working in computer security.
MTLSec is organizing an informal get together at Vieux-Dublin this evening. You can talk about the latest hackfest in Quebec city which got the team Amish Security from ETS winning, or talk about SOPA, which is making rounds on the Internet today.
Spatialytics is a Bronze sponsor of Geomatics 2011, THE Conference of the Geospatial industry in Quebec, returning every two years, organized by the Montreal Chapter of the CIG (Canadian Institute of Geomatics). Look at Geomatics 2011 program and register here. Spatialytics in the program: Spatialytics have three (3) presentations (all in French) in the Program, all the 2nd day, Thursday the 13: Conference in French: Services web OGC et ETL spatial, une combinaison gagnante!
Founders of Spatialytics will be present at the 2nd WhereCamp in Montréal, October 11th 2011. I am myself co-organizing the WhereCamp with “Camp Pioneer” and “Montreal Tech Guru” Sylvain Carle. Sylvain is co-founder of Needium and active on Twitter in French at @SylvainCarle and in English at @FrogintheValley.
The RealWat team is working in collaboration with MagnetikStudio.com to deliver the Mangaquiz application (on Andrpid) for the Bibliotheque et Archive National du Quebec (http://www.banq.qc.ca/accueil/).
This is an exciting project that we are working overtime to deliver to our customer on time and with quality.
Montreal, Quebec, December 21, 2011 – RealWat Inc. is proud to announce the availability of Lassoo The Web for the iPad on the Apple Store with the surface metaphor. Lassoo is a fun and powerful way to surf, organize and tag web pages. Scroll through your favorite web pages with a simple swipe. Clip part or all of the page with a simple “Lassoo” (circle) motion to clip and store as a visual bookmark. Organize your page clips by category, on a surface metaphor, or send them to Evernote.
Evan Prodromou, famous for his work in the open source community, with wikitravel, vinismo, keiko and most importantly the Internet’s first federated and open source microblogging status.net service, has launched Open Up. It’s a blog covering tech startups who believe in and produce open source software.
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