Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Art of Raising Venture Capital in 10 slides based on a Guy Kawasaki’ talk

The Art of Raising Venture Capital presented by Guy Kawasaki [2] attempts to explain the art of raising venture capital [1].

This 20 minutes talk has been summarised into one template [3] of 10 slides released under creative commons license.

PS: Watch the movies before you fill the slides!

[1] Guy Kawasaki, The Art of Raising Venture Capital PowerPoint Presentation’ template (need registration on the website) – if you prefer the PDF version

[2] The Art of Raising Venture Capital

[3] Guy Kawasaki blog named “how to change the world”

Creative Commons Licence

The Template from “The Art of Raising Venture Capital” by Abdelkrim BOUJRAF is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Eight (8) tools you need to master if you want to actively participate to the development of Asterisk open source software

I present how a developer could participate to the Asterisk development community.

This is based on the talk made by Russel Bryant during the FOSDEM 2011 is software that turns an ordinary computer into a communications server web-based code review tool that offers developers an easy way to handle code reviews continuous integration server that automates the building and testing of your software powerful, fast, lightweight, embeddable scripting language used for unit testing

Sniff2snipp: utility for creating SIPp scenarios from pcap files free Open Source test tool / traffic generator for the SIP protocol pcap (packet capture) consists of an application-programming interface (API) for capturing network traffic.

  1. (Un*x)
  2. (Windows) GNU Project debugger, allows you to see what is going on `inside’ another program while it executes — or what another program was doing at the moment it crashed. instrumentation framework for building dynamic analysis tools (for debugging in C)