Shared October 9, 2019
Speaker: Michael W. Lucas
FreeBSD has been developing, enhancing, and improving its lightweight
virtualization system since 1999. Lucas takes us through modern jails,
where they come from, and the convoluted history than brought us to
their current state.
ELI5: ZFS Caching (2019)
Robertson, Phillips, and the History of the Screwdriver
Chillhop Yearmix 2019 ☕️ jazz beats & lofi hip hop
George Neville-Neil, Security Fantasies and Realities for the BSDs
FreeBSD at Work: Building Network and Storage Infrastructure with pfSense and FreeNAS (2019)
Michael Cremo: "Forbidden Archaeology" | Talks at Google
Richard Feynman Lecture -- "Los Alamos From Below"
FreeBSD, The Other Unix-Like Operating System and Why You Should Get Involved!
Transitioning from FreeNAS to FreeBSD (2019)
Edward Snowden: How Your Cell Phone Spies on You
Replacing an Oracle Server with FreeBSD, OpenZFS, and PostgreSQL (2019)
The Trouble with FreeBSD
Today's ZFS Michael W Lucas
FreeBSD and the absurdities of security compliance
FreeBSD kernel hacking