This is a yearly conference, I really like it. The content is often original and interesting. The slides and videos are available from this week. In all the interesting things I have read, my preferred were:
- Linux Transparent Memory Compression : very impressive to see that you can run at 140% of the memory without any apparent overhead when the kernel has that feature activated !
- When I read Writing Code: Keep It Short, Stupid!, i feel like i was hearing myself for code style and application design.
- Binary compatibility for library developers is very instructive for that unknown subject. I knew that some guidelines exist for KDE, but it was good to see it again.
All the slides are located here.