Hi again from all of us here in Prague -- this is day 3 of Eurosys, the last day and we'll be running the live blog as usual!
Hi from all of us here in Prague -- this is day 2 of Eurosys and we'll be running the live blog as usual!
Hi from all of us here in Prague -- this is day 1 of Eurosys and we'll be running the live blog as usual!
I am at the Doctoral Workshp at EuroSys in Prague today, ahead of the main conference. Below are some notes on the 5 minutes presentations in the workshop. There are no notes on the first quarter of the workshop because I talked about my work as well.
This year's OSDI in Hollywood is entering its final day; as usual, we will be covering the sessions live on syslog.
Continue reading below the fold for talk-by-talk coverage.
Here we are, reporting back from OSDI 2012 in Hollywood today.
Today's live-blog coverage continues below the fold. Note that some of the coverage is a little spotty due to our blog machine being overwhelmed by the number of requests.
For the next couple of days, I am attending OSDI in Hollywood. However, due to various scheduling constraints on both sides of the Atlantic, I only arrived there at lunch time on Monday, and missed the first session. Fortunately, in addition to my delay-tolerant "live blog" from the plane, where I read the first session's papers, Derek Murray was kind enough to take some notes on the actual talks. Normal live-blogging service of the talks will be provided for the other days! :)
With some delay owed to a laptop battery running out and a busy travel schedule following the event, here are my summaries for (part of) the second day of HotCloud in Boston.
Again, I had to duck out of parts of some of the sessions in order to do last-minute work on an imminent paper submission, but I at least covered two complete sessions.
Some of these summaries are going to turn up in USENIX's ;login: magazine (albeit in a more polished form); I am very grateful to USENIX for supporting my attendance at HotCloud with a generous travel grant.
I am a visiting preacher at HotCloud today, delivering a sermon about the seven deadly sins of cloud computing research. Of course, syslog provides you with the usual live-blogging service, although some sessions may be missing, as I nip out to work on a soon-to-be-submitted paper!
Here goes the first day...