August 12, 2004
Keeping Up with Carrier Grade
A few weeks ago, I had the great opportunity to present at the Ottawa Linux Symposium (OLS). For those unfamiliar with OLS, it is a yearly Linux technology event, begun in 1999, during which software designers and developers working on the Linux kernel get together to present their activities, to discuss features and projects and, of course, to have a beer or two. This year's event was among my favorites. It was filled with rich sessions and lively discussions, and many topics that were covered. Over 600 attendees turned out for this year's event, making it the place to be.