Tech talks provide a valuable platform for knowledge sharing within the technology community. These sessions facilitate the exchange of expertise, insights, and innovative ideas among professionals. By bringing together industry experts and enthusiasts, tech talks foster a collaborative environment where individuals can learn from one another, stay updated on the latest trends, and gain valuable insights into best practices. Additionally, these events promote networking and relationship-building, enhancing the sense of community within the tech industry. Ultimately, tech talks play a crucial role in advancing collective knowledge, driving innovation, and empowering individuals to stay informed in a rapidly evolving technological landscape. Below, you can find my tech talks, their sources and recordings on YouTube:

* CMake: RPM & DEB Packaging with CMake & CPack
  Creating Debian and RedHat packages for shipping static content and binaries from
  source with CMake and CPack.
  Resources: [ talk | pdf | source | video ]

* FreeBSD - Jails: Basics: What is it and why
  Covering the basic information, construction, dependencies, types and tooling around
  and about Jails. Providing some basic information who created Jails, why Jails were
  created and the different flavours of Jails as well of the use cases and a proper tooling.   Resources: [ talk | pdf | source | video ]

* FreeBSD - Jails: How to create a Jail
  Covering the initial steps to create a new Jail with tooling. In this
  tech talk BastilleBSD will be used to manage Jails in FreeBSD.
  Resources: [ talk | pdf | source | video ]

* Geminispace
  Geminispace and Gemini protocol insights about
  an application-layer internet communication protocol.
  Resources: [ talk | pdf | source | video ]

* QualvoSec
  Introduction of QualvoSec - A security patch management tool.
  Resources: [ talk | pdf | source | video ]


* Blogpost: bhyve as a Hypervisor on FreeBSD - Creating a Virtualization Environment (BVCP)
* Blogpost: Migrating VMs from VMware ESXi to Proxmox
* Blogpost: Integrating Proxmox Backup Server into Proxmox Clusters