KVM forum 2010 aka “my first international travel”

So, August 2010 has been an incredible month, due to the number of new experiences it brought to me.

For the first time ever, I’ve been outside Brazil, in order to attend to the KVM forum 2010 and LinuxCon USA 2010 in Boston. Some remarks about the event:

  • Very well organized by the Linux Foundation/Red Hat. Great hotel, with very decent infrastructure to host events like this one.
  • Excellent overall technical level – All the presenters deserve kudos, we had a very comprehensive coverage of the latest news and challenges of KVM development. Soon the videos of all presentations will be released, more likely on the wiki page linked on this blog post.
  • Great after conference activities – Again, the folks from Linux Foundation and Red Hat made some very good choices with regards to the post conference activities. Lots of talk, beer and fun in the beautiful Boston.

It was simply awesome to have the opportunity to meet my team mates face to face! Looking forward the 2011 edition!

A significant portion of the engineers that deliver KVM to your home 🙂
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2 thoughts on “KVM forum 2010 aka “my first international travel”

  1. Cool, I wish we could have such nice events like this at Brazil. Too bad people always focus more on business stuff instead of just development.

    Did you talk to Dustin? Nice to see people meeting together working in different companies nowadays 🙂 That just happens with Free Software.

  2. I did talk to Dustin, we are even trying to add support to debian based OSs in KVM autotest 🙂 Yes, this is mostly a phenomenon restricted to Free Software development, and I am very happy to be a part of all it 🙂

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