Last Thursday and Friday, we had the introductory workshops for juniors. A group of DFS seniors came back to school to teach the juniors 2 subjects that they will be learning after this term break which is Digital Media Forensics (DMF) and Investigation Methodology and Techniques (INVMT).
On the first day, the seniors gave the juniors a taste of what is image processing for DMF. Though there were technical difficulties from the start because of sudden events that happened, the day still managed to go on smoothly with the juniors learning more things than before they come.
On the second day, the seniors taught the juniors tools that they have not used before and gave some advice on what to take note of for INVMT. Although the second day did not go as well as expected, hopefully the juniors still managed to learn some things from it.
Lastly, we would like to thank some people. First of all, we would like to thank Ms Lock for helping us to book the venue. Next, we would like to thank Mr Kenneth and Mr Kenneth (there are two Mr Kenneth) for helping us open the door to the lab and providing us the DMF ova. Then we would also like to thank Zi Lin who helped us inform the classes about this workshop. Also, we would like to thank all the seniors who went back to help out for this workshop, especially Gerald for preparing the virtual machines for the workshop and still came back on the second day to help despite being sick. The virtual machine for INVMT was setup by him all the way from creating the virtual machine, installing tools in it to exporting it as ova. Special thanks to him. Also not to forget the instructor for DMF and INVMT, Quentin and Ash respectively, who prepared and taught the juniors DMF and INVMT. Thanks to him, the juniors really learned a lot. Thanks to the photographer, Charmine, for taking photos and thanks to all the seniors for walking around to help the juniors. Last but not least, we would like to thank the juniors who attend this workshop during their term break. Thanks everyone! 🙂
Merry Christmas! 🙂