Agenda

Check out our talks for this year:

Friday

Time Event
18:00 Pre-event Happy Hour at Korova 71

Saturday

Time Event
8:00 Badge pickup
9:15 Opening Ceremony
9:30 Integração Empresa e Comunidade – ProFUSION
9:45 Onde é que viemos parar? – Ricardo Marin Matinata, IBM (Portuguese) slides
10:15 Beautifying syscall args using kernel headers and eBPF in ‘perf trace’ – Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo (English)slides
11:05 Coffee Break
Auditório I Auditório II
11:25 🎵 Quem tem medo de Spectre & Meltdown? 🎵 /  🎵 Who’s afraid of Spectre & Meltdown? 🎵 – Alexandre Oliva (English)slides Generic Pin Configuration – Pin Control Subsystem – Matheus Castello (Portuguese)slides
12:15 Lunch
13:50 Como FOSS faz parte do dia-a-dia de uma empresa que desenvolve e vende hardware – Guilherme Fernandes, Toradex (Portuguese)slides
14:05 Q&A Empresas, Universidade e Open Source com Rodrigo Dias Cruz (Vulcanet). Professor Rodolfo Azevedo (Instituto de Computação, UNICAMP) e Gustavo Padovan (Collabora)
Auditório I Auditório II
14:30 O modelo de desenvolvimento de drivers do kernel Linux – Sergio Prado (Portuguese)slides Performance counters in htop 3.0 – Hisham Muhammad (English)slides
15:30 Introduction to MTD memory in Linux – Ezequiel Garcia (English)slides Three tales of Free Software in my teaching at Unicamp – Islene Calciolari Garcia (Portuguese)slides
16:20 Coffee Break
16:40 Porting Linux to an Embedded Platform without Pain – Fabio Estevam (English)slides LLDB debugger: how it works and how to implement it for your architecture – Alexandre Yukio Yamashita and Leandro Lupori (Portuguese)slides
17:30 Keeping the ABI [somewhat] sane – Gabriel F. T. Gomes (English)slides Da linuxdev-br ao GSoC: Displays Virtuais no Kernel – Rodrigo Siqueira (Portuguese)
18:30 Happy Hour at Bar Lado B

Sunday

Time Event
8:30 Badge pickup
9:30 openSUSE: Developing upstream with an heterogeneous environment – Tulio Magno Quites Machado Filho and João Moreira, openSUSE (Portuguese)slides
9:45 Open is always better for humankind- Gustavo Padovan, Collabora (Portuguese) – Open is Always Better for Humankind – slides
10:15 Open Source Peer-to-Peer Cloud Software for Everyone – Jon “maddog” Hall (English)
11:05 Coffee Break
Auditório I Auditório II
11:25 Bootstrap of the Debian ppc64el port: history, concepts, techniques, and challenges – Mauricio Faria de Oliveira (English)slides Shifting Media App Development into High Gear – Helen Koike (Portuguese) – – slides
12:15 The Debian Continuous Integration project – Antonio Terceiro (Portuguese)slides Securing Software Updates for IoT devices with TUF and Uptane – Ricardo Salveti (English)slides
13:05 Lunch
Auditório I Auditório II
14:35 Constructing a virtual CPU from the ground up – Eduardo Habkost (Portuguese)slides Managing client’s projects in open source and being profitable – Alvaro Soliverez (English)slides
15:25 Roda de Discussão Embedded & Desenvolvimento Upstream (Portuguese) Implementing Transactional Memory in Kernel space – Breno Leitão (English)slides
16:15 Coffee Break
16:35 Lightning Talks
18:05 END

See the 2017 agenda here.