Yesterday and today we hosted the 2nd GI AK workshop on microservices and DevOps at SUSE, in Nuremberg. We had 37 registrations, 26 people showed up, and about half of them were from industry. Thank you SUSE, for having us!
Today, Prof. Paul Grünbacher of JKU gave a speech in the colloquium of the computer science department. The topic was monitoring requirements at run-time in systems of systems, see our announcement. Thank you, Paul, for teaching us! Below, please find some photo impressions.
As part of FLOSS, our course on free/libre, and open source software, Peter Herdt of Main Donau Netz GmbH, a leader in the German openKonsequenz energy consortium, reported about how user foundations (the energy consortium) work. Thank you, Peter, for teaching us! Below, please find some photo impressions.
Today, in FLOSS our course on open source, Peter Ganten talked about the open source distributor business model. Peter is the founding CEO of Univention, a Bremen-based provider the Univention Corporate Server, a Linux distribution. Thank you, Peter, for teaching us about open source business models!
Today, Manuel Klimek of Google’s Munich office held a live coding session in ADAP, our course on advanced programming and design. Manuel demonstrated how to write functional (integration) tests for clang while developing a new feature. Thank you, Manuel, for teaching us! Below, please find some photo impressions.
In yesterday’s FAU computer science colloquium, we were treated to a lecture by Dr. Mikko Rajanen of the University of Oulu, Finland. Dr. Rajanen presented a talk on ‘Introducing Usability into Open Source Software Development Context.’ The talk included an engaging, interactive discussion on how to bring usability knowledge to open source projects.