Posts Tagged ‘technology’

Last year I attended and wrote about FOSS4G 2011 in Denver. The 2012 FOSS4G event was supposed to take place in Beijing this September. Last month OSGEO announced that the conference was cancelled.
Cameron Shorter has posted a detailed analysis on how the conference fell apart. His post does a great job of looking at the sequence of events that lead up to the current situation.

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CN Freight Train
Software infrastructure is a lot like municipal infrastructure such as highways, subways, and stadiums. Everyone likes to enjoy the benefits but we seem to have difficulties on when to build it, what to build, or how to pay for it.

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Looking back on my activities in the past few months I realize that there have been a few occasions where my role has been to help with the troubleshooting process. In the past year I have given talks at PGEast and PGEU on troubleshooting Slony but the process I use applies to most technology problems.

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