The FreeBSD Foundation is pleased to be a Silver Sponsor of the 32nd Conference of South Asian Network Operators Group (SANOG). The event will provide a valuable opportunity to contribute to discussions about Internet operations, technologies and development.
The Foundation is pleased to be taking part in the 2019 Comcast Labs Connect Open Source Conference. Taking place June 20, 2019, the conference aims to connect open source developers, leaders, technologists, and community leaders to collaborate on the latest in open source innovation in the broadband, media, entertainment, and connected home space. Foundation Executive Director, Deb Goodkin, will be speaking about the history of FreeBSD and why you should get involved.
The Vienna FreeBSD Security Hackathon is focused on security, but this is not a strict requirement. The basic idea is to get together with FreeBSD hackers to discuss and work directly on issues resolving as many as we can over the long weekend. Fixing bugs, writing code, adding features, improving the documentation, working on ports, and such are all welcome activities at the event. There is also a sightseeing tour planned on the Monday after.
Join USENIX in Renton, WA, USA, for the 2019 USENIX Annual Technical Conference on July 10–12, 2019. USENIX ATC brings together leading systems researchers for the presentation of cutting-edge systems research and the opportunity to gain insight into a wealth of must-know topics, including virtualization; system and network management and troubleshooting; cloud and edge computing; security, privacy, and trust; mobile and wireless; and more.
The Berlin FreeBSD DevSummit will be run “un-conference” style, meaning that the agenda is made by the participants. People can give talks or form working groups around a topic of interest. Developers can invite guests by adding them to the wiki page. You don’t have to have a commit bit to contribute to this event.
Rootconf is India’s most well-known conference on DevOps and IT infrastructure. Rootconf attracts systems and operations engineers, and decision-makers in IT to share real world knowledge about building reliable systems.
Join members of the FreeBSD community at LinuxFest Northwest, an annual Open Source event co-produced by Bellingham Linux Users Group and the Information Technology department at BTC. LFNW features presentations and exhibits on free and open source topics, as well as Linux distributions & applications, InfoSec, and privacy; something for everyone from the novice to the professional! Be sure to stop by the FreeBSD table and attend the FreeBSD-related talks!
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Join us for a FreeBSD Hackathon at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. This event is placed at the half way point between AsiaBSDCon and BSDCan to give ardent hackers something to fill their time. More information can be found on the wiki. The registration deadline is March 31, 2019.
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