It’s DevOps Days! On top of that, it’s ConfigManagementCamp in Berlin. We would like to take this occasion to celebrate these two conference that aim at the same thing Endocode does – to bring together development and operations. To welcome the swell of great people that this sweeps into our city, we are happy to announce the next meetup on the 14th of November. Our topic will be “Changes in the world of DevOps”.
Endocode’s team is busy giving talks. On new technologies, on new developments and most importantly, on Open Source and it’s opportunities and challenges. A controverse topic that finds itself in the epicentre of many Open Source discussions is the topic of patents. And this is where Endocode’s Mirko Böhm enters the stage. Mirko is not only the CEO of Endocode, but also a director at the Open Invention Network, a shared defensive patent pool with the mission to protect Linux.
At DroidCon Berlin yesterday, our own Chris Kühl delivered his talk Memory Tuning Android for Low-RAM devices. The content of the talk was actually very similar to the talk he and Iago Lopez gave earlier in the year at FOSDEM, where he assured audiences that his notes would be available Real Soon. Now that another audience has had the pleasure of hearing his talk, it seems as good a time as any to make Chris’s notes available.
The next few weeks see a string of excellent, high-profile conferences concerning digital topics coming our way. Endocode is venturing out to a whole load of them. We’ll be giving talks, manning booths and meeting up with friends both new and old. If you want to catch an Endocoder, this post describes where and when you can find us. 30 April – 2 May GNOME Developer Hackfest All days Hackers enter our office to agree on an actionable plan for each area of their developer experience.