In Wellington for LCA2010 and DrupalSouth


I'm currently in Wellington, New Zealand for linux.conf.au 2010 and DrupalSouth. Posted by Thomas Sutton on January 15, 2010

I’m currently in Wellington, New Zealand for linux.conf.au 2010 and then DrupalSouth. It’s going to be a pretty awesome week! I’m looking forward to getting back up to speed with Linux which I’ve used only superficially for the last few years after switching, on a lark, to FreeBSD and then to Mac OS X.

I’m looking forward to seeing just how much Linux has changed since I last built my own kernel (circa 2003).

I’ll be going to the Open programming languages, Multicore and Parallel Computing, Data Storage & Retrieval, and System Administration miniconfs. Session wise, I intend to look in on most of the kernel and low-level user space talks that I can.

After LCA per se is done (but during open day, unfortunately) I’ll be at DrupalSouth to pick up some more Drupal-fu by osmosis.

If you’re interested, you can see more LCA and Drupal specific articles in the LCA archive and Drupal archive.

This post was published on January 15, 2010 and last modified on December 4, 2018. It is tagged with: lca2010, drupalsouth, travel, lca, drupal, events.