13th Linux Session. April 2-3 2016, Wrocław, Poland
What's this about?

What's this about?

Linux Session is the biggest polish conference focusing on open source solutions and latest trends in GNU/Linux operating systems.

How it looks like?

How does it look like?

Entry is free. Every year we attract hundreds of Linux enthusiasts who gather to broaden their knowledge and discuss interesting topics.

Our goal

Our goal

Our goal is to promote the idea of open source software. Open source software is gaining more and more traction, both in home and commercial solutions.

Talks from 13th Linux Session

 

Agenda

 

April 2nd.Saturday

10:00 - 11:00
Wartości a zinformatyzowany świat [pl]
Jakub Machałek
11:00 - 12:00
Build own USB device on linux-based board! [en]
Krzysztof Opasiak
12:00 - 13:00
Ceph - Distributed Storage System in OVH [en]
Bartłomiej Święcki
13:00 - 14:00
Lunch break
14:00 - 15:00
Defying systemd - or how to do wrong things the right way [en]
Klaus Knopper
15:00 - 16:00
Modern Security Model for Linux Operating Systems [en]
Aleksander Zdyb
16:00 - 17:00
Automated Testing Laboratory for Embedded Linux Distribution [en]
Paweł Wieczorek
17:00 - 18:00
10 rzeczy, o których musisz wiedzieć zanim założysz firmę [OpenSource] [pl]
Robert Partyka

April 3rd.Sunday

10:00 - 11:00
Konteneryzacja od podstaw [pl]
Błażej Święcicki
11:00 - 12:00
Ansible + Rundeck = śpij adminie, śpij[pl]
Maciej Lasyk
12:00 - 13:00
Reproducible builds [pl]
Bartłomiej Piotrowski
13:00 - 14:00
Lunch break
14:00 - 15:00
Czy Linux Cię oszukuje, czyli memory overcommit i przyjaciele. [pl]
Michał Kowalczyk
15:00 - 16:00
ASP.NET Core, czyli najnowsza odsłona Microsoft Loves Linux w praktyce [pl]
Michał Smyk
16:00 - 17:00
Wirtualizacja na Linuksie: kvm + iommu [pl]
Jakub Juszczakiewicz

Speakers

 

Klaus Knopper

Author of Knoppix - first LiveCD Linux distribution and Adrianne Knoppix - distribution aimed at people with impaired sight.

Maciej "docent" Lasyk

AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków alumnus, sysadmin at Ocado, Fedora contributor and a cyclist.

Michał Smyk

ASP.NET programmer and Academic IT Association president. In his spare time he works on AI.

Błażej "Mewp" Święcicki

Sysadmin, programmer, Linux fan and former Academic IT Association president. Staunch opponent of Facebook and other centralized services.

Robert "BoBsoN" Partyka

Vicepresident of Polish Linux User's Group. Programmer, fan of innovative technolgies and sci-fi literature. Deeply involved in initiatives promoting free and open-source software.

Krzysztof Opasiak

System and Kernel Engineer in Samsung R&D Institute Poland. USB and Linux enthusiast. libusbgx maintainer and mountains lover.

Bartłomiej Święcki

Programmer, DevOp, old-time Linux User and open-source supporter. Currently working as a developer of data storage systems in OVH. Runner, Linux video games lover, enthusiast of new programming languages and cryptography.

Bartłomiej Piotrowski

Arch and Alpine Linux developer and administrator. OpenStack engineer at Mirantis. Enthusiast of unconfigruable desktop environments and incompatible APIs.

Jakub Juszczakiewicz

Student at Wrocław University of Technology, C++ programmer and a Linux enthusiast. ASI alumnus. Enjoys open-source software and open air activities of all kinds.

Jakub Machałek

Philosopher, free and open-source software enthusiast. Believes that technolgical solutions used in education and culture should be free and open. Currently working on open-source centric workflow is video post-processing studios.

Aleksander Zdyb

Free software developer and enthusiast. Particularly interested in embedded systems security. Plays video games in his spare time.

Michał Kowalczyk

Experienced software engineer working mostly on Linux-based soltions. Mostly interested in systems programming for ARM-based devices. In his free time he works on technologies related to Internet of Things

Paweł Wieczorek

Release engineer at Samsung R&D Institute Poland. Free and open-source software enthusiast. Daily routines automation supporter.

Location

 

Strefa kultury studenckiej

Students' Culture Zone is a building located on Wrocław University of Technology campus. The precise address is Hoene-Wrońskiego 10.

Public transport

Use any tram or bus heading to a stop called "Plac Grunwaldzki". From the stop you'll have to walk for about 500 meters.

By car

Please contact us after you have registered for the event and we will arrange a free parking spot.

Partnership

Are you interested in working with us? See our sponsorship offer!

Sponsorship Offer

Sponsors

 

Patrons

 

Patronat honorowy Rektora Politechniki Wrocławskiej
Patronat honorowy Przewodniczącego Klastra ICT

Organizers

 

Our team

 

Wojciech Czerpak

Wojciech Czerpak

Coordinator
Dobrochna Przybyłek

Dobrochna Przybyłek

Coordinator
Magdalena Płonka

Magdalena Płonka

CMO

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