I went to LinuxWorld for the first time yesterday. I don’t think I need to go back again. It really wasn’t bad, it just that it was not that interesting. I just didn’t see any ground breaking technology. Most of the vendors were pitching data center tools. Frankly, I’m more interested in virtual services like Amazon’s EC2, I don’t want to be in the data center business anymore. The most interesting group was the little corner were Ubuntu, Debian, OpenVZ, PostgreSQL, and FreeBSD were hanging out. There were a lot more interesting conversations happening there, but nothing you couldn’t find on the internet.

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One Response to Linuxworld

  1. Bert Armijo says:

    LinuxWorld’s no longer a primary vehicle for launches and announcements anymore.

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