This year linuxcon had moved to Vancouver, making it a north american (not US) conference, which considering that Craig Ross is from the fine country of Canadia, isn't too surprising :)
Vancouver if a nice city to go visit, so that was not a bad thing at all :) and I was invited this year to talk about power monitoring. Outside of a small issue where I was so busy before the conference that I forgot which day I was suppose to fly there, and missed my flight to Vancouver, I got there the next morning on some very early flight and things worked out (putting aside the resulting poor sleep).
My talk on power monitoring, while having taken way too long to write, went well. Here is the link to the slides on the Power Monitoring with Linux talk.
A few keynote pictures:
A couple of random slides:
The 20 year party I was very underdressed for :)
And the random picture:
Despite the travel mishaps, it was a good conference.