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"FUDCon APAC 2015 : Our Speaker"
Suchakra Sharma Talking on "Form Zero to Hero in Kernel Module Development"
In short, you will create a small network packet filtering kernel module for a simple use case such a filtering based on the device or length orthe type of network packet.
Boi: Suchakra is a PhD student at Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal. He researches on JIT compilers and tracing tools full-time and loves to do UX/UI and design stuff when he is free. He is involved with Fedora as a packager and designer. You can know more about him at http://suchakra.in and https://suchakra.wordpress.com/about/
Topic : Running Project Atomic and Docker on Fedora
Speakers : Aditya Patawari and Lalatendu Mohanty
Aditya Patawari, the Lead of Systems Engineering at BrowserStack.com, loves playing around with Enterprise Linux, Ansible, Puppet, Nagios, Python, Cloud (AWS and OpenStack) both as a part of my work and out of interest. Lalatendu Mohanty is a free software and open source enthusiast and advocate. He is currently working as senior software engineer-containers in Red Hat. At FUDCon 2015, Aditya and Lalatendu are going to talk about why Docker can be a better choice than LXC and virtual machines in many scenarios.
Topic : Workshop on UTRRS
Speakers : Satyabrata Maitra, Rajesh Ranjan, Bhushan Barve
The founder of award winning FUEL Project, Rajesh Ranjan, possess more than 10+ yearsof experience in working with the FOSS community of localization and four years experience of journalism. An open source enthusiast, Bhushan Bharve, is currently working with Red Hat, in Quality Engineering Services, active contributor as far as QA in Language technology is concerned. Along with Satyabrata Maitra, these three gurus of UTRRS localization as well as Internationalization are going to teach audience how comparing the results of a text rendering engine to actual text can be done without the ability to read or comprehend the language in question.