2019 Schedule

We are still finalizing the schedule for the 2019 Ohio LinuxFest. Times and locations are subject to change. Be sure to check back for any updates.

Friday, November 1, 2019

Various rooms Union A & B
9:00AM Ohio LinuxFest Institute
Training for Professional Registrants
The Linux PKI System Parts
Jeffrey Gilbert
10:00AM Practical Software Freedom with GNU Guix
Jack Hill
11:00AM Zeek and Ye Shall Find: Introduction to Zeek, An Open Source Network Monitoring Project
Amber Graner
12:00PM Break
1:00PM Ohio LinuxFest Institute
Training for Professional Registrants
They don’t make ’em like they used to: Integrating Junior Developers into your team
Robin Clower
2:00PM FreeCAD for Newbies (cuz I’m one too)
Terry Howard
3:00PM Web of Things IoT for the People
Robert Blackwell
4:00PM Demystifying Machine Learning
Nikola Novakovic
5:00PM Keynote: Open Source in the motion picture industry
John Mertic

Happy Hour in the Expo starts at 6:00PM. All registrants are welcome to join us!

Birds of a Feather Sessions will take place between 6:00 and 9:00PM. All registrants are welcome to participate. If you’re interested in organizing one about a particular subject, please let us know at the registration desk.

Saturday, November 2, 2019

Our Vendor Expo is open from 8:00AM to 6:00PM in Union B/C/D/E

Linux Professional Institute Onsite Testing is available in Grant.

9:00AM Keynote
How Will You Steer Your Open Source Career?

Rikki Endsley

10:15AM Power your directory with SAMBA
Don Vossberg
SUDO Make Me a Sandwich
Emil Davis
11:00AM Open Source Digital Forensics
C. Matthew Curtin
Infrastructure as Code w/ Terraform
Greg Greenlee
Linux graphics software, so many choices.
Gary Grady
12:00PM Break
1:00PM Physical Security: An Overview from Deadbolts to Deathtraps
Cody Hofstetter
Slow MySQL database session analysis
Rolf Martin-Hoster
Modern Puppet
Steven Pritchard
YerFace! From Computer Vision to Cartoon Animation
Alex Markley
2:00PM Red Hat Security Toolbox
Jim Wildman
Duolingo’s Microservice Journey
Max Blaze
Introduction to CoreDNS
Scott Merrill
3:00PM Personal Online Security, Privacy, and Password Management
Gathering Insights from Audio Data
Ryan Bales
Getting started with Infrastructure as Code
Greg Greenlee
Create a HA-NFS server using Gluster, Corosync, and Pacemaker
David Gilpin
Lessons Learned from a Side Career in Management
Steven Pritchard
4:00PM Demystifying Artificial Intelligence: a Hands-On Introduction
Nikola Novakovic
Advanced Site Reliability Engineering (SRE): Networking
Patrick Shuff
Holistic System Automation with Ansible
Tim Quinlan
Without Fear: You Don’t Need Permission to Contribute to Your Own Destiny
Amber Graner
5:00PM Blockchain 101
Nathan Handler
More Artificial Intelligence help with journald and journalctl for Linux System Administrators and Developers
Cameron Hughes
5:15PM Lightning Talks
6:00PM Keynote
Jon “Maddog” Hall
Free and Open Source Software: Where Do We Go From Here?


After Party for all attendees starts at 7:00PM!