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Texas Linux Fest 2010

Today I had the opportunity to speak at Texas Linux Fest 2010 and meet some Red Hat colleagues…

I presented some ideas I had on how to get involved with open source and be successful with it. It seemed the audience received the presentation well even though I was a bit nervous since this was the first time I did this type of presentation (and I wasn’t talking about Eclipse). Some people have asked for the slides so I posted them on SlideShare.

Also, for the first time that this conference was put on, I think everything went smoothly (good job conference organizers). From my point of view, it was interesting to get exposed to the Linux enthusiast community again, it’s been awhile. I do admit I felt a bit dirty doing my presentation off my MacBook Pro using Keynote in front of an audience of Linux enthusiasts, but hey… Open Office is terrible… I’m a pragmatic open source guy 🙂

  • Silicon Slick

    The Mac did confuse me. 😉 But you did a great job. I, for one, am hoping for eclipse-cdt-sdk in RHEL in the near future. — SiliconSlick (C-ish… and using Fedora's for now)

    p.s. Slides from Session C (including yours) are here
    http://siliconslick.com/TLF2010/

  • Stephen Burke

    I wasn't able to attend your session that day & I think I remember the sessions being video taped. Was that the case? And if so is the video available somewhere?

  • Let me ask Max from Red Hat, he taped it.

  • Stephen Burke

    I wasn't able to attend your session that day & I think I remember the sessions being video taped. Was that the case? And if so is the video available somewhere?

  • Let me ask Max from Red Hat, he taped it.