Brussels / 31 January & 1 February 2015


Daniel Lovasko

I was previously a member of the SUSE/openSUSE package team, with responsibility over packages like Flash or Puppet. During my studies in Germany, I worked at the Language Technology Lab at German AI Research Centre where I helped with implementation of algorithms in Java. During the summer of 2014, I participated in the Google Summer of Code under wings of the FreeBSD Project, where I developed a BSD-licensed Compact C Type Format implementation and used it inside the kernel debugger to pretty-print kernel data structures. From October 2014 I am a dev-ops team member at CERN in Geneva for the INSPIRE project.



Title Day Room Track Start End
Pretty-printing kernel data structures
Reusing D-Trace technology in unexpected places
Saturday H.2215 (Ferrer) Lightning talks 18:40 18:55