pfSense 2.0 tutorial at EuroBSDCon 2010

EuroBSDCon 2010 will be held October 8-10, 2010 in Karlsruhe, Germany. I will be in attendance presenting a training-focused tutorial on pfSense 2.0. I’m also looking forward to numerous other great looking presentations.

The BSD conferences offer a great opportunity to learn and network with numerous people working on the BSD operating systems and derived projects, and are always a lot of fun too. I’m looking forward to another great conference, and hope to see many of you there.

Early registration is open through the end of this month.

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9 Responses to “pfSense 2.0 tutorial at EuroBSDCon 2010”

  1. Jan Phillip Greimann Says:

    So we can hope for an release before 08.10.2010? 🙂 Hope so…

  2. Chris Buechler Says:

    That was written in May, and only says it “may be” by then. If I were writing it today I would have just put “nearing release”. There is no date on the release, it’s done when it’s done, the list of issues is down quite a bit though. A few more things to fix up and we’ll be ready for RC1 (but probably 2+ months from now).

  3. Alberto Picon Says:

    Will you speak in English during your tutorial/conference?. That would be very much appreciated…
    Dying for pfsense 2.0 release, 😉
    Best Regards,
    Alberto Picon

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  5. Chris Buechler Says:

    I should have specified for those not familiar with the BSD conferences – it will be in English, every presentation there will be in English. I don’t fluently speak any other languages. 🙂

  6. David Says:


    Will there be video or streaming of your presentation?


  7. Chris Buechler Says:

    David: Not sure, we don’t know that til we get there generally. For the last one at BSDCan there were recordings of many sessions, but for the early sessions like ours, you had to sign a release stating the group recording the videos owned the rights to everything you ever present on any topic for the rest of your life, which we refused to sign (as did everyone else, though that was amended to something reasonable before most of the talks, it wasn’t before ours).

    We will be doing a similar one online, for an online-only audience. My guess is this probably won’t be recorded.

  8. Philipp Beckers Says:

    I look forward to the online version, since I have very big intrest in pfsense, and 2.0 provide a lot features that will come handy for me 🙂


  9. Jeff Rice Says:

    pfSense 2.0 tutorial with side notes would work great, not that you would need to post any Pertinent Information in side notes, just notes with your thoughts as the beta works.


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