Category Archives: 5.2 Event and Talk Reports

Impressions from Talk on Cluster Management at Google

Today, Christian Nester, a team lead on Google’s GMail team, taught us about cluster management at Google. Below, please find some photo impressions. Thank you, Christian, for teaching us (again!).

Impressions from Paul Grünbacher’s Talk on Monitoring Requirements in Systems of Systems

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.

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Impressions from Peter Herdt’s Talk on the openKonsequenz User Foundation

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.

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Impressions from Stephan Schmidt’s Talk on Continuous Delivery

On June 22nd, Stephan Schmidt taught us about continuous delivery in agile software development. Thank you, Stephan, for coming all the way from Berlin to lecture at FAU! Below, please find some photo impressions.

Full House for Peter Ganten, CEO of Univention, talking about Open Source Distributors

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!

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Full House for Manuel Klimek of Google

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.

Impressions from Research Talk on Software Ecosystems

In today’s FAU computer science colloquium, we listened to lecture by Prof. Yvonne Dittrich of IT University of Copenhagen. Prof. Dittrich presented a talk on “going beyond the project”, i.e. looking at and working within software ecosystems. Thank you, Yvonne, for teaching us!

Impressions from Research Talk on Usability in OSS

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.

Impressions from Research Talk on Empirical Findings of Documenting Object-Oriented Frameworks

Today, in FAU’s computer science colloquium, we listened to Ian Chai talk about his work on document object-oriented frameworks. Thank you, Prof. Chai, for your lecture! Below please find some photo impressions.

Impressions from Research Talk on a Tale of Two Wikipedia Data Projects by Robert Biuk-Aghai of University of Macau

Today, in FAU’s computer science colloquium, we listened to Robert Biuk-Aghai talk about his Wikipedia data (not Wikidata) research. Thank you, Prof. Biuk-Aghai, for your lecture! Below please find some photo impressions.