Since its inception in 1991 Linux has grown to become a force in computing powering everything from the New York Stock Exchange to mobile phones to supercomputers to consumer devices. The Linux Foundation is the nonprofit consortium dedicated to fostering the growth of Linux.
Great demos of successful projects and new tech to aid future implémenters do it quickly. International scope enabling almost anyone to adopt a range of innovations. Great networking opportunity between sessions.
I liked the diversity of the speakers, the venue organization (quiet rooms, coffee breaks, 10min between talks)There was a general lack of plugs. Some speakers were well prepared, didn't go over time, others had no experience in public speaking
Whereas I am not too familiar with the field and industry, the event very much brought me up to date on what is going on. All vendors were willing to explain what they did, how it could benefit to me if needed their technology or versions of it..
I was expecting more on how to secure Linux. What I got was paticular's about certain software and it's related security issues. For instance, I don't have anything to do with the openPower Platform. The SELinux in Android seemed to be a hack.