Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2014


Paul Schenkeveld

Paul started programming computers while at high school when very few students had ever seen a computer. After finishing high school he decided to find a job as few people knew computers and demand was high. He first met UNIX in 1983 and immediately knew this was the OS to work with. After five jobs programming and supporting computers he became an independent consultant for UNIX, IP networking and security. After using many commercial UNIX versions for more than 10 years he met FreeBSD which he first installed when version 1.0 came out.

Since then he spent most of his time working with (Free)BSD. Paul likes travelling, is active in Scouting and loves the food his Thai wife cookes for him and their son.


Title Day Room Track Start End
What's new in FreeBSD 10? Saturday AW1.121 BSD 16:00 17:00