With the outbreak of COVID-19, many large events like conferences are being canceled or rescheduled. SCALE is still on, and I’ve still traveled down to Pasadena for it since I don’t get to visit my family in LA frequently enough. However, different people have different risk assessments and/or tolerance, so the schedule has changed a fair bit. As I published previously, I’m sharing my intended schedule. Here’s the revised version. If you feel like you want to join me, let me know!
Note: A revised schedule is available. I’ll be speaking at the Southern California Linux Expo, otherwise known as SCALE (or SCaLE). I’d love if you came to see me! This is my first time attending the conference, but I grew up in Los Angeles and it’ll be nice to go to a conference there. SCALE is a community-oriented conference about Linux and other free and open source software. It’s similar to LinuxFest Northwest up in Bellingham, WA, but I think SCALE is larger. For me, the subjects I tend to be most interested in are containers, security, Linux, and other operating systems. My schedule is going to be focused around those topics, but the nice thing about a community conference like this is the variety of talks. I want to try something new for this conference: publishing my intended schedule. If you feel like you want to join me, let me know!