Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2014


First main tracks and keynote presentations!

We received a lot of good proposals and deciding which ones to accept is not an easy task.

A number of proposals are still being reviewed and we are still working with some speakers. We can already announce the following keynotes and main track presentations:


Title Speaker
How we found a million style and grammar errors in the English Wikipedia Daniel Naber
Software Archaeology for Beginners James Turnbull

Tracing and debugging track

Title Speaker(s)
Linux tracing with LTTng David Goulet
Making the Linux Kernel better (without coding) Wolfram Sang
Your Application versus GDB Tom Tromey

Memory and storage track

Title Speaker(s)
Concurrent Programming Made Simple Nuno Diegues, Torvald Riegel
Persistent Memory Ric Wheeler
What's New in OpenLDAP Howard Chu