Below you can find a number of links to upcoming and past conferences (via).
The following videos were made from the slides and audio recording of the NYCBSDCon 2010 meeting.
BSD Professional Certification Update: The Lab Exam (Jim Brown)
This talk provides an update on the BSD Professional Lab Exam including a recap of rapid developments on the lab exam during 2010. The format, content, and delivery of the exam are all discussed as well as our current experience with developing a hands-on lab using completely open source tools and methods. A preview of the lab exam format will be shown during the talk, and there will be an opportunity for conference attendees to participate in a usability review.
BSD Firewalling with pfSense (Chris Buechler)
pfSense is a FreeBSD-based firewall and router distribution. In this talk, one of the founders of the project discusses the latest developments with the project. How and why people are deploying it, recent developments, and plans for the future.
BSD Needs Books (Michael Lucas)
If you wander into any bookstore, brick or virtual, you’ll see books on Linux, Solaris, Macintosh, and even non-Unix-like operating systems. The BSD books are far between. We as a community need to address this if we’re to expand our reach. This talk covers designing, selling, writing, and promoting your own technical book, with a special emphasis on BSD books.
Dan Langille has announced the BSDCan 2011 schedule/list of events. BSDCan will be held on 13-14 May 2011 at University of Ottawa, and will be preceded by two days of Tutorials on 11-12 May 2011.
AsiaBSDCon is a conference for users and developers on BSD based systems. The next conference will be held in Tokyo, in 17-20 March, 2011. The conference is for anyone developing, deploying and using systems based on FreeBSD.
A schedule, timetable and summary of the presentations can be found on the AsiaBSDCon timetable page.