14 Mar 2005 alejandro   » (Master)


The last week I was talking about the Linux kernel in the University in the IV Jornadas de Software libre. I gave an overview of the sources talking about security, networking, scheduling, new archs, drivers, etc.


Now I'm working in s21sec, a spanish security company, since the last November. I'm really happy with my new work, but I have been too busy. I will try to blog more frecuently.


A few weeks ago I was attending with some URJC friends to the FOSDEM. I knew some security developers like Martin Roesch (snort) and Gerald Comb (ethereal). They were talking about the future of the tools. I also attended to some another interesting conferences of some known developers like Mathias Elritch about KDE, Alexander Larsson about Nautilus and Alan Cox. It was really funny and I had the chance to make the LPI 101 exam.

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