Note #1: We plan to broadcast this event live on Ustream. The channel to tune in
to is: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/illumos-user-group
Note #2: Parking is most convenient on P3. Cost: 2.40 EUR/hour. Here's more info and a PDF of the map.
Note #3: NEW: Use Twitter @nosigorg to submit your questions during the meeting ! We'll catch them live and Max will provide answers during the event.
2. Introducing the Netherlands Open Solaris Interest Group - Bart Muijzer, NOSIG leader
3. SmartOS (part 1) - Max Bruning, Joyent
BREAK - with extensive networking and socializing
4. SmartOS (part 2) - Max Bruning - Joyent
AFTERMATH - with Snacks and Drinks
NOTE: Dinner will NOT be provided!!!! You'll need to take care of that yourself.
||Universiteit van Amsterdam,
Faculteit der Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Informatica
||July 3 2012
||19:30 - 22:00 CET (doors open
(public transport; by car)
Parking is most convenient on P3. Cost: 2.40 EUR/hour. Here's more info and a PDF of the map.
Max Bruning began using and programming Unix-based systems while obtaining a Master's degree at Columbia University in the mid 1970's. He has been teaching Unix Internals, Device Drivers, and various other courses since 1981. Max has also spent many years doing kernel development, device driver work, and debugging work, mostly on SVR4-based systems. He has done consulting and/or training work for Bell Labs, AT&T, Motorola, Sun Microsystems, HP, Siemens-Nixdorf, and various other companies. Max has had articles published on device drivers, ZFS, Solaris/Linux/Freebsd kernels, and application programming on Solaris and Linux. In September, 2010, he started porting Linux KVM to SmartOS for Joyent. His extremely occasionally written blog is at mbruning.blogspot.com, and website is at www.bruningsystems.com.