Here is a selection of talks I have given over the years at various conferences. The links go either directly to the slide deck, or to a subpage describing the talk.
This list is pretty incomplete for now. I will be adding more over time.
In 2023, the NetBSD project celebrated 30 years since its first release, 0.8. Now, four years after NetBSD 9, NetBSD 10 brings a huge number of changes and improvements. This talk dives into the most important new features of NetBSD 10, such as performance and security improvements, expanded CPU and GPU support, improved virtualization and more!
A talk in German about pkgsrc in general. Bootstrapping as a user (unprivileged) means that you can use pkgsrc like your very own virtualenv, except with any sort of package. I used nginx as an example.
How to package software written in Go for pkgsrc. Introducing the (now obsolete) GOPATH build system.