LinuxCon Europe is the place to learn from the best and the brightest, delivering content from the leading maintainers, developers and project leads in the Linux community and from around the world. There’s simply no other event in Europe, where developers, sys admins, architects and all types and levels of technical talent gather together under one roof for education, collaboration and problem-solving to further the Linux platform.
One flight, one venue, 100+ sessions (ranging from tutorials to deep technical dives and everything in between) and 1000 Linux community members to collaborate with. If Linux is your job, this is a conference you can’t afford to miss.
Brain Updaters team visits these days LinuxCon to attend to conferences, workshops, and let more people know about their last open source project DRLM. If you are reading this article and you are in LinuxCom too, let us know. Contact us at company Twitter @brainupdaters to take a code and talk about our passion.
If you want to know more about DRLM (Disaster Recovery Linux Manager) follow the project Twitter account @drlm_org.
Today October 5th Brain Updaters team will attend to following conferences:
– Don’t Feed the Bugzilla – Squash (Heisen) Bugs Before Release – Klaas van Gend, Vector Fabrics
– Secure Server – Davor Guttierrez
– Aboveand Beyond the Platform with CentOS Linux – Jim Perrin
– Enhance OpenSSH for Fun and Security – Julien Pivotto, Inuits
– Introduction to Advanced Bash Usage – James Pannacciulli, Media Temple
– Read The F* Manual? Write a Better F* Manual – Rich Bowen, Red Hat
– Kernel Maintainership: An Oral Tradition – Gregory Clement, Free Electrons
– Use “strace” To Understand Your Shell (BASH)