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LinuxCon Europe 2015 – On stage (part 2)

[Article is part of the series on LinuxCon Europe 2015] The evening of the first days contained another set of keynotes. They started with the Kernel Developer Panel. Aside from the chat with Linus, this is the most interesting part of the LinuxCon, in my opinion. The panel is formed of a couple of kernel […]

LinuxCon Europe 2015 – On stage (part 1)

[Article is part of the series on LinuxCon Europe 2015] Coming in early in the morning to the Dublin Convention Center (which looks like an awesome venue) and seeing the flood of people at the registration (which I avoided by being on time) I can tell that it’s going to be a big event. After […]

LinuxCon Europe 2015 – Intro

After two years, I am back in the British Isles at LinuxCon Europe 2015. This year, Dublin is the hosting city, so after a weekend full of Guinness, time to have fun with Linux geeks. LinuxCon, as the name suggests, is the biggest Linux Conference and it is organized by the Linux Foundation. The one […]

LinuxCon Europe 2013 – part 3

The third day of LinuxCon Europe was, probably, the most awaited because of the star guest: Linus Torvalds. The father of Linux sat down for the morning keynote answering questions from the moderator and the public. Video online. First question was about what makes a good Linux kernel maintainer. And he answered very nice and […]

LinuxCon Europe 2013 – part 2

[See part 1] The second day of LinuxCon started out with some keynotes on Cloud Platforms, but since the subject didn’t fancy me, I spent the morning at the KVM forum where I got the “weather report” for the community. KVM looks like a very strong community with lots of achievements and many plans for […]

LinuxCon Europe 2013 – part 1

A couple of weeks ago, I was in Edinburgh, Scotland (UK) for the 2013 European edition of LinuxCon. It was my first time at LinuxCon and it was the biggest conference I attended (it’s bigger and nicer than FOSDEM). And I got to visit a very nice city: Edinburgh. If you ever get the chance […]