Back in 1996, I started a Linux Users Group in Adelaide, South Australia, it’s called LinuxSA. It’s still going strong after over 15 years.
That gave me the bug of standing up in front of a crowd and talking about things that interested me.
Below is a list of public presentations that I have made in my professional career.
|Benchmarking and Continuous Integration with LLVM||April, 2011||Linux Collaboration Summit||San Francisco|
|Making More Informed Linux Hardware Choices||February, 2011||Scale 9x||Los Angeles|
|Engaging Linux Communities: Lessons from WebOS||April, 2010||Embedded Linux Conference||San Francisco|
|The Five Stages of Benchmark Loss||February, 2010||Scale 8x||Los Angeles|
|Support Options in an Open Source Environment||July 1999||Conference of Linux UsersLinuxWorld||MelbourneSan Jose|