Speaker Feature: Rafael Wysocki, Stewart Smith
Submitted on 2014-11-04 13:51
Getting more out of System Suspend in Linux
11:35am Thursday 15th January 2015
Rafael is the maintainer of the Linux kernel's core ACPI and power management code, including the core infrastructure for runtime PM, system suspend and hibernation, cpuidle and cpufreq. He works at Intel Open Source Technology Center as a Software Engineer with focus on the Linux kernel. Rafael has been actively contributing to Linux since January 2005, in particular to the kernel's suspend and hibernate subsystem, power management in general (runtime PM, PM QoS, wakeup framework etc.), hot-plug infrastructure, ACPI core and PCI core. Rafael received an MSc from the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Physics, in 1996 and a PhD from that faculty in 2002.
For more information on Rafael and his presentation, see here.
Towards One MILLION SQL Queries Per Second
3:40pm Wednesday 14th January 2015
Stewart currently works for IBM in the Linux Technology Center on KVM on POWER, giving him a job that is even harder to explain to non-Linux geek people than ever before. Previously he worked for Percona as Director of Server Development where he oversaw development of many of Percona’s software products. He comes from many years of experience in databases and free and open source software development. He’s often found hacking on the Drizzle database server, taking photos, running, brewing beer and cycling (yes, all at the same time).
For more information on Stewart and his presentation, see here.
Stewart is also one of our wonderful Miniconf organisers; running the Developer, Testing, Release and Continuous Integration Automation Miniconf on Tuesday 13th.