BSDCan2017 - 0413.2

BSDCan 2017
The Technical BSD Conference

Event Speakers

A walk-through of FreeBSD Hyper-V device drivers

How they are structured and how they work together

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Adding wireless sensors to FreeBSD using a cheap USB-TV-stick instead of a soldering iron

Collect data from your home on your BSD-box using wireless sensors and a USB-TV-stick

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Addition of Ext4 Extent and Ext3 htree DIR features in NetBSD

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Backpressure up the I/O stack

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Boosting bhyve networking with netmap

netmap as a fast network backend for hypervisors

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

DTrace Internals: Digging into DTrace

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Debugging the debugger

Why your debugger doesn't work when you need it to

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

From the outside

Measuring and understanding FreeBSD using the gem5 simulator.

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

How to build high performance PF and Websites with FreeBSD in the Cloud

Track : Hacking

IP Forwarding Fastpath

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

MP-safe Networking in NetBSD: Current Status and Future Direction

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Not simply pieces of string

Ethernet in the 21st Century

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

OpenBSD’s small steps towards DTrace

a tale about DDB and CTF

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

The FreeBSD Toolchain

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

The OpenBSD virtual machine daemon

The design and implementation of vmd(8)

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English