Audio recordings of presentations given at
New York City BSD Conference 2008
Day One, Saturday, October 11, 2008:
Adrian Chadd: High-throughput concurrent disk IO in FreeBSD.
Jason L Wright: When Hardware Is Wrong, or "They can Fix It In Software".
Matthew Dillon: The HAMMER File System.
Anders Magnusson: Design and Implementation of the Portable C Compiler.
Michael Shalayeff: Porting PCC.
Julio M. Merino Vidal: An introduction to the Automated Testing Framework (ATF) for NetBSD.
Jeremy C. Reed: Introduction to DNSSEC.
Jason Dixon: BSD versus GPL.
Day Two, Sunday, October 12, 2008:
My appologies - I messed up recording of this one "Theo Schlossnagle: Reconnoiter".
Pawel Jakub Dawidek: A closer look at the ZFS file system.
Kurt Miller: OpenBSD's Position Independent Executables (PIE) Implementation.
Mike Silbersack: Detecting TCP regressions with tcpdiff.
Michael Lucas: Network Refactoring, or doing an oil change at 80 MPH.
Since somebody asked, my PF Cram Session Slides are here.
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