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Friday, January 25
 

9:30am CET

How open-source made me a better developer
Participating in open source is one of the best ways to develop the core skills every engineer needs. these skills don’t just include coding and problem solving, but more importantly, a wider perspective on software engineering. Participating in open source projects can teach you to give and receive critical feedback, to lead without authority and to consider others’ usecases that may differ, or contradict your own.
Surprisingly, I understood this only when I transitioned to working on closed-source software after years of working primarily on open source.
In this talk I’ll share this realization with the audience and explain why working on open source could be the best career move any novice, or even senior developer could make.

Speakers
avatar for Allon Mureinik

Allon Mureinik

Senior Manager, Seeker R&D, Synopsys, Inc.
A software engineering manager who likes nothing more than when his employees prove him wrong.



Friday January 25, 2019 9:30am - 9:55am CET
A112

10:00am CET

Get more people to participate in your project
Do you think you have a great project the world should learn about, but none really knows about it? Do you have tons of ideas but little time to implement them all? In this session, I’ll talk about my experience with promoting new projects and ultimately acquiring new contributors for them.

Speakers
avatar for Eliska Slobodova

Eliska Slobodova

Engineering Manager, Red Hat


Friday January 25, 2019 10:00am - 10:25am CET
A112

10:30am CET

Using Maslow’s Psychology to Build Your Best Team
Have you ever been part of a team that was technically competent, but had trouble meeting its goals? We are often led to believe that the success of a team is determined by the technical ability of its members. But if your team doesn't respect one another and is frequently in disagreement, that technical talent is wasted.

Understanding Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs will help your team members form meaningful, respectful relationships. These kind of relationships will make it easier for your team to have passionate, open debate and commit to difficult decisions, without destroying the integrity of the team. You'll hear how making incremental changes to the way your team interacts can allow your team to focus on the goals of your organization.

Slides available here:  https://miabbott.fedorapeople.org/maslow-team-building-devconf2019/#/

Speakers
avatar for Micah Abbott

Micah Abbott

Principal Software Quality Engineer, Red Hat
I've been involved in software quality assurance for nearly 20 years, testing things like networking equipment, embedded systems, and host management software. Since joining Red Hat in 2014, I've been working on the RHEL Atomic Host product and involved in the upstream Project Atomic... Read More →


Friday January 25, 2019 10:30am - 10:55am CET
A112

11:00am CET

Howto engage Python contributors in the long term?
The CPython project is now 28 years old. It has active core developers, but almost all of them are volunteers. It's difficult to ask someone to be commit into a project for 5 years without being paid. Helping newcomers and mentoring contributors takes time and few developers are available for that. We are working on improving the diversity of CPython core developers and get more active core developers, but it's a slow process.

Speakers
VS

Victor Stinner

Red Hat
I am paid by Red Hat to maintain Python upstream (http://python.org ) and downstream (RHEL, Fedora). Python core dev.



Friday January 25, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am CET
A112

12:00pm CET

Developer Communities are just like coffee shops
Developer communities should smell like freshly ground coffee, or taste like an amazing cup of coffee from the remote reaches of El Salvador. In this session we'll talk about what makes developer communities so unique, and how you reach out to them and/or build them.

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Meiss

Jeremy Meiss

Director, DevRel, CircleCI 
Jeremy is the Director of DevRel & Community at CircleCI, formerly at Solace, Auth0, and XDA. With over 27 years in Tech, covering just about every functional area including Support, SysAdmin, Application Developer, Program Manager, and Business Analyst, Jeremy is active in the DevRel... Read More →



Friday January 25, 2019 12:00pm - 12:50pm CET
A112

1:00pm CET

Bridging the Divide Between Community & Corporate
The goals of community and the corporate side of the house sometimes can be at odds. How can the apparent divide between the priorities of community and corporate be bridged? Learn about about the whys and hows from someone who works in both corporate marketing and with community. What does each side miss in understanding each other? What should each side keep in mind when trying to achieve successful collaboration? I'll be connecting the dots between the disparate parts. Learn how communities can cultivate allies when interacting with business units and other teams that might be removed from daily interaction with the upstream.

Speakers
avatar for Jen Madriaga

Jen Madriaga

Senior Manager, Global Community Event Strategy, Red Hat
Jennifer (Jen) Madriaga is the Senior Manager for Global Community Event Strategy on the Events team in Marketing Communciations at Red Hat. Jen provides event management and event marketing expertise for a variety of open source and community events. She collaborates regularly with... Read More →



Friday January 25, 2019 1:00pm - 1:25pm CET
A112

1:30pm CET

Debate and commit: Making decisions stick
When everyone has an opinion, they each know what’s best, and no one agrees, how do you make decisions that stick and move forward together?

In this session, you will get simple, practical tips and tactics to:
* break out of the frustrating cycle of endless debates and decision revisiting,
* elicit valuable input from all of your stakeholders… not just the loudest,
* gain support, buy-in, or at least grumpy acceptance,
* manage conflicting opinions and priorities,
* limit unintended impacts, and
* improve trust within your community.

This session will help you develop an effective decision-making process and navigate the challenges that go hand-in-hand with collaborative work.

Speakers
avatar for Rebecca Fernandez

Rebecca Fernandez

Senior Principal Program Manager, Open Culture, Red Hat
Senior Principal Program Manager, Open Organization Culture, Red Hat



Friday January 25, 2019 1:30pm - 1:55pm CET
A112

2:00pm CET

Managing changes in open source projects
The larger a project gets, the more important it is to communicate changes in a structured way. This talk gives attendees considerations for managing changes in their own projects like: Why have a change proposal system? What are the benefits and drawbacks? What is important to track? Who should be involved?

I’ll cover Fedora’s approach to managing changes and how it has changed over the years. I’ll share the benefits and drawbacks of Fedora’s approach and give historical examples of successes and failures. I will also address how Fedora’s approach can be used in smaller projects and where a different approach is better.

Attendees will come away with the ability to create or update the change process for their own community projects.

Speakers
avatar for Ben Cotton

Ben Cotton

Fedora Program Manager, Remote US IN
Ben Cotton is a meteorologist by training, but weather makes a great hobby. Ben works as the Fedora Program Manager at Red Hat. Prior to that, he was a Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft focused on Azure’s high performance computing offerings. Ben is a Community Moderator for... Read More →



Friday January 25, 2019 2:00pm - 2:50pm CET
A112

3:00pm CET

Why Is My Community In Danger?
Web sites, social media, mailing lists, chat channels... in a distributed world, these lines of communication are critical to an FLOSS project's success. But some projects can have all of these tools, and more, and still not be successful. What is the culprit? In his discussion, Brian Proffitt will examine the the various community practices that might seem to make the development process better, but in reality can be damaging to a community's overall health. Lack of diversity, rigid maintainerships, and, yes, even corporate participation can all lead to weak and even toxic open source projects. Not only will the problems be highlighted, but potential solutions will be addressed as well.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Proffitt

Brian Proffitt

Manager, OSPO Community Insights, Red Hat
Brian Proffitt is the Manager of the Community Insights team within Red Hat's Open Source Program Office, focusing on content generation, community metrics, and special projects. Brian's experience with community management includes knowledge of community onboarding, community health... Read More →


Friday January 25, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm CET
A112

4:00pm CET

Cultural Diversity and Open Source Communities
We’ve all heard—and many of us here have preached—that openness is important for innovation and progress; however, do we think about openness in the same way? What are the expectations when one talks about “working in the open?” As we become more globalized, we need to identify and negotiate the differences in the understanding of openness before we can talk about true collaboration and inclusion. Can we find unity in diversity?

In this session, I’ll share my observations and experiences after living and working on 3 continents, with various companies, on open source events, and with open source communities. I’ll also touch on adapting communication styles and tools effectively for different situations.

Speakers
avatar for Carol Chen

Carol Chen

Principal Community Architect, Red Hat
Community, Open Source, Cloud Management, Automation, ManageIQ, Ansible, Red Hat, Orchestra, Percussion, Finland, Travel



Friday January 25, 2019 4:00pm - 4:25pm CET
A112

4:30pm CET

Becoming OpenStack Developer via Outreachy
In this talk, we will discuss successes, challenges and opportunities found by participating in the Outreachy internship with OpenStack as discovered by an intern and her mentors. The intern, Aija, worked on the implementation of a new industrial protocol, Redfish. Her mentors, Dmitry and Ilya, did their best to provide the context of the project to Aija and help her make progress, for example, by connecting her with Redfish authors, when its documentation proved insufficient. The organizational, technical and psychological aspects that have arisen and needed to be dealt with during this collaborative effort will be explored. We will share the most important lessons learned and offer ideas on how to effectively engage, coordinate and empower the open source developers.

Speakers
avatar for Ilya Etingof

Ilya Etingof

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
OpenStack engineer focusing primarily on the hardware provisioning.
AJ

Aija Jaunteva

Outreachy alumna with OpenStack; Software engineer
avatar for Richard Pioso

Richard Pioso

Software Senior Principal Engineer, Dell EMC
Richard is a member of the Dell EMC Service Provider Solutions team. He joined OpenStack in 2015, during the Mitaka release cycle. Upstream, he contributes to Ironic, making baremetal servers sing. Downstream, Richard develops Dell EMC OpenStack solutions. His passion is improving... Read More →
avatar for Dmitry Tantsur

Dmitry Tantsur

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
OpenStack Ironic and Metal3 developer



Friday January 25, 2019 4:30pm - 4:55pm CET
A112

5:00pm CET

Convergence of Communities: OKD = f(Kubernetes++)
This session will discuss joint research findings from Bitergia on the inter-relatedness of contributions to the Kubernetes, OpenShift/ OKD communities developing around distributions and share new approaches to OS community development. The inter-dependency of open source projects such as OpenShift(OKD) with upstream projects (Kubernetes), downstream services, and related initiatives (Operator Framework) has changed nature of open source community development. As communities converge, release schedules and priorities collides, project leaders need to adjust OS models, re-think interactions with multiple release cycles and juggle the divergent agendas. This session will cover lessons learned, best practices developed and the new realities of open source community development.

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Izquierdo

Daniel Izquierdo

CEO, Bitergia
Daniel Izquierdo Cortazar is a researcher and one of the founders of Bitergia, a company that provides software analytics for open and inner source ecosystems. Currently holding the position of Chief Executive Officer, he is focused on the quality of the data, research of new metrics... Read More →
avatar for Diane Mueller

Diane Mueller

Director, Community Development, Red Hat
Director, Community Development, Red Hat (https://redhat.com) ; Co-Chair, OKD Working Group, the Community Distribution of Kubernetes that powers Red Hat OpenShift (https://okd.io) and founder/organizer of OpenShift Commons (https://commons.openshift.org)


Friday January 25, 2019 5:00pm - 5:25pm CET
A112
 
Saturday, January 26
 

9:00am CET

The Penrose Panel: Leadership Q&A
The relationship between Fedora, RHEL, and CentOS is anything but obvious. With the release of RHEL 8 Beta and the Fedora Lifecycle objective there are new questions to be answered. Join us to hear the leads from each distribution talk about the challenges and opportunities ahead.

Speakers
JB

Josh Boyer

Platform Engineering, Red Hat
Josh works in the Red Hat Platform Engineering group.  He has been a Fedora user since the project's creation, and an active contributor since Fedora Core 4.  He has served on FESCo for several years and the Fedora Board.  He enjoys hockey and taunting Spot when his team loses... Read More →
avatar for Brendan Conoboy

Brendan Conoboy

RHEL Development Coordinator, Red Hat
All things related to Fedora->RHEL


Saturday January 26, 2019 9:00am - 9:50am CET
A112

10:00am CET

EPEL Renewed
The Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux (EPEL) was started in 2007 as a method to make Fedora packages available which were not in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). At that time, there was a strong pull by system administrators for long lived packages to match the slow changing lifetime of RHEL. Over the last decade, the growth of agile workflows and devops culture have made the need for faster moving packages and tools than what the older EPEL workflows could handle. EPEL needs continual renewal in order to make sure that it can deliver these tools to the places using it. Kevin Fenzi and Stephen Smoogen will discuss the proposed future roadmap for Enterprise Linux versions and listen to what developers want to see in the next iteration of EPEL.

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Fenzi

Kevin Fenzi

Fedora Infrastructure Lead, Red Hat
I've been involved in Fedora since 2005 and in charge of Fedora Infrastructure since 2011.
avatar for Stephen Smoogen

Stephen Smoogen

System Administrator, Red Hat
I am a long time Linux system administrator (1992) who has worked on Red Hat related Linux's since 1996. I tend towards focusing on how to make slow and steady Enterprise's able to consume fast and furious software schedules.



Saturday January 26, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am CET
A112

11:00am CET

Linux distributions, lifecycles, and containers
Deploying software has lots of solutions, but what gets deployed often plays out as a fight between developers and operators. Developers want the latest (or at least later) code. Operators want things in nice packages, certified, and with a known period of support. What we need is a catalog of software with the variety of versions the developers need, with the qualities expected by the operators.

Come and learn how various projects within Fedora approach this problem from different perspectives, including Fedora Modularity, containers, Fedora CoreOS, and Fedora Silverblue.

Speakers
avatar for Adam Šamalík

Adam Šamalík

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat



Saturday January 26, 2019 11:00am - 11:25am CET
A112

11:30am CET

Managing a fleet of Linux desktops with Ansible
Ansible is most commonly used to manage servers or individual developer desktops. But it can be an excellent tool to mange a fleet of enterprise desktops.
This session will cover:
1.How SysAdmins can use Ansible to meet desktops' unique requirements in an enterprise environment
2. What roles, modules & features I & other Ansible developers are working on to improve managing desktops
Examples include:
1. Setting default or mandatory settings for GNOME & KDE (e.g., screen lock policies)
2. Firmware updates
3. PackageKit Offline Updates for packages that are disruptive to update while the system is running
4. Installing a massive number of packages (users use desktops for many applications, unlike a server)
5. Setting permissions for graphical apps with PolicyKit

Speakers
avatar for Mike DePaulo

Mike DePaulo

Service Reliability Engineer, Pulp, Red Hat


Saturday January 26, 2019 11:30am - 12:20pm CET
A112

12:30pm CET

Fedora CI: Testing an Operating System
In this talk I'll go over progress we've made in the past year to get packages tested in Fedora. We use infrastructure from CentOS CI to take tests stored alongside package SPECs and run them in Openshift. This is a great story of cross-distro collaboration which is something we want to do more of in the future. We'll show off the tools used, talk about how we've put the pieces together, and discuss how we plan on working together between the distributions in the future.

Speakers
BS

Brian Stinson

Systems Administrator, The CentOS Project
Brian is a Systems Administrator for The CentOS Project working on public Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery infrastructure (http://ci.centos.org).


Saturday January 26, 2019 12:30pm - 12:55pm CET
A112

1:00pm CET

Kernel dump analysis made quick and easy!
The kernel dump (vmcore) generated during system crash provides vital information for post-mortem analysis. Standard tools such as 'crash' provide basic commands to analyze vmcores. But doing a manual review of several thousand similar structures from a dump is very time consuming and in many cases impractical.

PyKdump provides Python based framework which lets you develop programs to quickly extract and process the required information. There are several practical tools already developed on top of PyKdump, e.g. xportshow (TCP/IP info), scsishow (SCSI and LVM), dmshow (multipath), nfsshow (NFS), hanginfo (hang analysis). They quickly extract information from dump and report potential issues. This is extremely useful to developers working on dump analysis.

Speakers
avatar for Milan Gandhi

Milan Gandhi

Senior Software Maintenance Engineer, Red Hat



Saturday January 26, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm CET
A112

2:00pm CET

Profiling and tracing from ptrace to SystemTap
Modern OS and CPUs come with a variaty of APIs for monitoring. Ptrace based commands like strace are easy to use but slow. Perf allows lightweight profiling. SystemTap is a powerfil toolkit plus DSL to instrument probe points inside the Kernel as well as static SystemTap/DTrace markers in libs and languages like Java, PHP, and Python. In my talk I'll show and compare various low and high level tools as well as visualization tools, e.g. how to create flame graph.

Speakers
avatar for Christian Heimes

Christian Heimes

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Christian is a long time Python developer from Hamburg/Germany and contributor to several Open Source projects such as the CPython interpreter. In the past years he has helped to keep Python secure, for example as member of the Python security response te


Saturday January 26, 2019 2:00pm - 2:25pm CET
A112

2:30pm CET

processor tracing in perf
The talk will give an overview of the processor tracing
and how it is supported in perf. It will introduce the
Intel Processor Trace (PT), that allows to trace program
execution (every branch) with low overhead. The talk will
describe its CPU specification, kernel design and show
practical examples of its usage via perf tool.

Speakers
avatar for Jiri Olsa

Jiri Olsa

Software Engineer, Red Hat
Jiri works for RedHat full time on Linux as kernel generalist engineer in Brno office, Czech Republicech Republic. He currently divides his work time between upstream perf work and maintaining RHEL perf.


Saturday January 26, 2019 2:30pm - 2:55pm CET
A112

3:00pm CET

Performance lab. The power of the perf tool!
In this lab, we will show how the perf tool can be used to detect and hunt down numerous performance issues. We'll also cover examples of cool perf features and favorite usage tips. Building perf from scratch will also be included.

Speakers
avatar for Arnaldo Melo

Arnaldo Melo

Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat Inc.
Maintained IPX, LLC, Appletalk protocols. Refactored the TCP/IP stack to reuse non TCP specific parts. Implemented the Linux DCCP stack. Created pahole, a tool to help in optimizing data structures, used in Linux, glibc, KDE, xine & others. Maintainer of ‘perf’ (profiling, tracing... Read More →
avatar for Jiri Olsa

Jiri Olsa

Software Engineer, Red Hat
Jiri works for RedHat full time on Linux as kernel generalist engineer in Brno office, Czech Republicech Republic. He currently divides his work time between upstream perf work and maintaining RHEL perf.


Saturday January 26, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm CET
A112

4:00pm CET

Kernel tracing with BPF
eBPF allows safe dynamic kernel tracing without need of loading modules into the kernel. In this talk we'll present how eBPF is designed, what it takes to create a tracing tool using eBPF and bcc and some of the existing tools. We'll also introduce high level tracing languages using eBPF like stap-bpf and bpftrace.

Speakers
avatar for Stanislav Kozina

Stanislav Kozina

Kernel Manager, Red Hat
Stanislav works as manager in the RHEL kernel engineering group. He helps to make RHEL the trusted platform of choice by running team of developers focused on kernel tracing and debugging.


Saturday January 26, 2019 4:00pm - 4:25pm CET
A112

4:30pm CET

The BTF file format, more than just debugging
BTF (BPF Type Format) started as a compact way to encode types, using the pahole tool to transform DWARF tags for types into a new ELF section, inspired by dtrace's CTF.

It is under intense development, with work underway to add more information to allow for better observation, such as line numbers, and also to make clang to emit BTF in BPF object files.

The intention is to have the kernel data structure information in a compact form always available, like the CFI information is these days in user space binaries.

Encoding both kernel and BPF data structures should allow for compile once, run anywhere BPF tracing programs, for instance.

This talk will describe its origins, current use in tools such as bcc, bpftrace and 'perf trace' and will show what has been brewing up to devconf'19.

Speakers
avatar for Arnaldo Melo

Arnaldo Melo

Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat Inc.
Maintained IPX, LLC, Appletalk protocols. Refactored the TCP/IP stack to reuse non TCP specific parts. Implemented the Linux DCCP stack. Created pahole, a tool to help in optimizing data structures, used in Linux, glibc, KDE, xine & others. Maintainer of ‘perf’ (profiling, tracing... Read More →


Saturday January 26, 2019 4:30pm - 5:20pm CET
A112
 
Sunday, January 27
 

9:00am CET

Put Ansible and Kubernetes to Work
Have you longed for a way to make Kubernetes workload management easier? Ansible, the familiar IT automation tool, makes it easier than ever! Even if you are new to Ansible, it provides simple templating of resources that is easy to get started with, plus a broad base of powerful features for advanced management.

Once you’ve created Ansible content in the form of Roles, the new Operator SDK makes it simple to package them as a Kubernetes Operator that deploys and actively manages your application.

In this hands-on lab, you will:
Use Ansible to create, update, and remove resources in Kubernetes
Use Jinja templates to customize resources
Build an Ansible Role that deploys an application
Use the Operator-SDK to deploy your Role as an Operator

For requirements see: https://bit.ly/2yD9XeT

Speakers
avatar for Michael Hrivnak

Michael Hrivnak

Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Michael Hrivnak is a Senior Principal Software Engineer and Software Architect at Red Hat, where he’s been focused on container technology since 2014. He’s been a leader in developing early registry and distribution technology, the Operator SDK, and Kubernetes-native infrastructure... Read More →
avatar for Derek Whatley

Derek Whatley

Software Engineer, Red Hat Inc.
Derek Whatley is a Software Engineer at Red Hat focused on simplifying software deployment onto Kubernetes and OpenShift using Ansible.Derek is a member of the team that launched the Automation Broker and Ansible Operator projects. He works with adopters to improve usability and user... Read More →


Sunday January 27, 2019 9:00am - 10:50am CET
A112

11:00am CET

Burstable workloads with OKD on ARM
In this workshop you will use openshift-ansible to build and deploy an advanced configuration of the Origin community distribution of Kubernetes on Amazon EC2. Once that is up, you will walk through installing and using the AWS operator for Kubernetes to update the experience of deploying native applications in public cloud with Amazon RDS and the community distribution that powers OpenShift.

Speakers
avatar for David Duncan

David Duncan

Partner Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services, Inc.
David Duncan is a Principal Partner Solutions Architect for Linux distributions at AWS



Sunday January 27, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am CET
A112

12:00pm CET

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Security Technologies Lab
In this lab, you'll learn about the built-in security technologies in Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Specifically, you will do a series of hands on lab exercises on: OpenSCAP, SELinux, Network Bound Disk Encryption, USBGuard, IPsec to encrypt all host to host communication within an enterprise network, audit, Audit Intrusion Detection Environment (AIDE), Red Hat Identity Management, GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) ,and firewalld to dynamically manage firewall rules. Finally, you will make multiple configuration changes to your systems across different versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux running in your environment, in an automated fashion using Red Hat Ansible Automation, using the Systems Roles feature.

If you want to participate in this hands-on lab, please be sure to bring a laptop to the event with a SSH client and web browser (Firefox with plugins disabled recommended).

Speakers
avatar for Lucy Kerner

Lucy Kerner

Global Security Technical Strategist and Evangelist, Red Hat
Lucy Huh Kerner is currently the Global Security Technical Evangelist and Strategist at Red Hat and helps drive thought leadership and the global go-to-market strategy for Security across the entire Red Hat portfolio. In addition, she helps create and deliver security related technical... Read More →
DK

Daniel Kopeček

Software Engineer, Red Hat, Inc.
avatar for Lukas Vrabec

Lukas Vrabec

Principal Software engineer & SELinux technology evangelist, Red Hat
Lukas Vrabec is a product owner & SELinux technology evangelist at Red Hat. He is leading SELinux and Security Special Projects engineering teams. Lukas is a long-term Fedora contributor and Red Hat Enterprise Linux developer. He is the author of udica, the tool for generating custom... Read More →


Sunday January 27, 2019 12:00pm - 1:50pm CET
A112

2:00pm CET

Fedora Council BoF
The Fedora Council is a group that develops and supports the mission of Fedora. We would like to use this BoF for people to come ask us about what we see as the direction of Fedora and how we are supporting it. However, feel free to come ask us anything about Fedora! We would love to have you!

Speakers
avatar for Jona Azizaj

Jona Azizaj

Developer Relations
avatar for Ben Cotton

Ben Cotton

Fedora Program Manager, Remote US IN
Ben Cotton is a meteorologist by training, but weather makes a great hobby. Ben works as the Fedora Program Manager at Red Hat. Prior to that, he was a Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft focused on Azure’s high performance computing offerings. Ben is a Community Moderator for... Read More →
avatar for Brian Exelbierd

Brian Exelbierd

Community Business Owner, Red Hat
Brian “bex” Exelbierd enjoys a good beer, a nice coffee, and a rousing conversation about taxation. Born in the USA, he now lives with his partner and daughter in Brno, Czech Republic. His focus is on his family, walks for artisinal bread, and reading long form articles. By night... Read More →
avatar for Dennis Gilmore

Dennis Gilmore

Manager, Multiple Architectures, Red Hat
Dennis has been involved in Fedora since its inception. He Leads the Fedora Release Engineering Team, and is responsible for maintaining the Fedora Buildsystem. He is a Former Member of the Fedora Project Board and FESCo (Fedora Engineering Steering Committee) and has been involved... Read More →
avatar for Till Maas

Till Maas

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
As a senior software engineer at Red Hat, Till Maas maintains the Network System Role for Ansible and works on Nmstate, a declarative network manager API.For more than 12 years, he contributes to the Fedora project in multiple areas. Currently he serves as an elected member of the... Read More →
avatar for Matthew Miller

Matthew Miller

Fedora Project Leader
DP

Dominik Perpeet

Operating System CI, Red Hat
Dominik Perpeet dreams of Operating Systems that are always stable, even in development. He leads the CI Objective in Fedora and wants to tie upstreams, Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux together in logical and meaningful ways. He is with Red Hat and lives in Germany.
avatar for Langdon White

Langdon White

Clinical Assistant Professor, Boston University
Langdon White is a Clinical Assistant Professor and the Spark! Technical Director at Boston University. In these roles, he helps to provide industry-affiliated experiential learning to students and teaches with the goal of making computing and data sciences more accessible. White... Read More →
avatar for Petr Šabata

Petr Šabata

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Fancies freedom, free software, transparency, cleanliness, simplicity, natural and computer languages, and Oxford commas.


Sunday January 27, 2019 2:00pm - 3:30pm CET
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