LISA15 Speaker Interview Series
Many thanks to media sponsor Opensource.com for publishing the LISA15 speaker interview series! Over the past week, their team has published the following posts:
- "Mentoring: a reward for both parties," an interview between Larissa Brown Shapiro and Jen Wike Huger. Larissa will be leading the Being the Bridge Builder: Mentoring for Individuals, Communities, and Organizations and Explicit Invitation: Mentoring and Community Building for Inclusion workshops.
- "Distributed systems, like pine trees, want to be left alone," an interview with the always entertaining James Mickens. James' closing session talk is titled "It Was Never Going to Work, So Let’s Have Some Tea."
- "Why systemd is a practical tool for sys admins," an interview with Alison Chaikan, who will be teaching a half-day tutorial entitled systemd, the Next-Generation Linux System Manager.
- "How to keep a technical conference relevant for decades," in which Rikki Endsley interviews LISA15 Program Co-Chair Amy Rich.
We'll add new links as they appear on the Opensource.com site.
Posted by juliemiller
November 3, 2015 - 3:30 pm