The 3rd Northern Ireland Developer Conference was held yesterday, once again in Riddel Hall at QUB. It’s a good venue for a great conference and as usual it was a thoroughly enjoyable day, with talks from the usual NI suspects as well as some people who were new to me. I finally submitted a talk this year, and ended up speaking about my home automation setup - basically stringing together a bunch of the information I’ve blogged about here over the past year or so. It seemed to go well other than having a bit too much content for the allocated time, but I got the main arc covered and mostly just had to skim through the additional information. I’ve had a similar talk accepted for DebConf19 this Summer, with a longer time slot that will allow me to go into a bit more detail about how Debian has enable each of the pieces.

Slides from yesterday’s presentation are below; if you’re a regular reader I doubt there’ll be anything new and it’s a slide deck very much intended to be talked around rather than stand alone so if you weren’t there they’re probably not that useful. I believe the talk was recorded, so I’ll update this post with a link once that’s available (or you can check the NIDevConf Youtube channel yourself).

Note that a lot of the slides have very small links at the bottom which will take you to either a blog post expanding on the details, or an external reference I think is useful.

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