Chemnitzer Linux Tage 2015

Last weekend, I had the chance to attend the Linux Days Chemnitz. It’s an annual meeting of the German Linux family with roundabout 2,500 attendees and a FANTASTIC atmosphere. It was two days of hearing tech talks, enjoying rich nerd content and talkin’ shop.


Great atmosphere in the Great Hall


Great entrance gift: “Free Culture” by Lawrence Lessig. Thank you very much!


Oli Sennhauser is right, as usual – Profile what you do, and focus on worthwhile targets when optimizing performance!


My personal favourite – Hans-Jürgen Schönig with a very entertaining lecture about data analysis with PostgreSQL


Uwe Berger about Big Guns and Small Birds – but SQLite isn’t a solution for sharing data.


Hannes Reinecke: SMR disks (shingled media recording) are made for high density, and come with a penalty in random writing


Security in the box – something I’ll have to look for in detail.

My detailed “Look-at’s” from my conference notes will follow later, and will appear exactly here.


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