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Excellent breakfast to prepare for Open Source Developers' Conference. Eggs Benedict to die for. Classy European ambience.

You get the cvs logs and suddenly it's all green if it's been changed recently and red otherwise.

Is there anything about using Python to access relational databases that Mr Todd esquire does not know?

There may have been some beer involved before this picture was taken.

Successor to the PDP-7, DEC's first micro-programmed machine - in the K-block foyer at Monash

Ben prepares to fire the next salvo on behalf of Rails whilst Alan waxes lyrical about Django.

He had the Perl folk eating out of his hands!

Never trust alpha presentation software, no matter how cool it sometimes is!

"Quantity, not quality" was Andy's motto. Nevertheless, he managed capture some excellent shots. The law of averages perhaps?

You get the cvs logs and suddenly it's all green if it's been changed recently and red otherwise.

The evil is evident in Damian and cog as they observe Paul watching videos that skud has assembled.

Awarded the prize for the best lightning talk. Those who witnessed it will long remember Peter's innovative use of a notepad (yes, the sort you write on).

Unlike attempts using other frameworks, Ben got his Rails app working within five minutes. Even with his slow typing!

All of the dinner attendees are focused on Damian's rendition of The Da Vinci codebase.

Photo by Joseph Sirucka.

Photo by Joseph Sirucka.

You get the cvs logs and suddenly it's all green if it's been changed recently and red otherwise.

Photo by Joseph Sirucka.

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