Tag Archives: youtube

GOTO Copenhagen

I was invited speak at the GOTO Copenhagen conference that took place on October 5-6, 2015. A to me previously unknown conference that attracted over a thousand attendees in a hotel in central Copenhagen. According to the info desk, about 800 of these were from Denmark.

My talk was about HTTP/2 (again), which I guess doesn't make any reader of this to raise his or hers eyebrows. I'd say there were about 200 persons in the audience as the room was fairly full. Probably one of the bigger audiences I've talked HTTP/2 to so far.

daniel weekly 42, switching off Nagle

Topics

See you at ApacheCon on Friday!

FOSDEM 2016

14% HTTP/2 thanks to nginx ?

Brotli everywhere! Firefox, libbrotli

The --libcurl flaw is fixed (and it was GONE from github for a few hours)

http2 explained in Swedish

No, the cheat sheet cannot be in the man page. But...

bug of the week: the http/2 performance fix

TCP_NODELAY in the HTTP/2 FAQ

option of the week: -k

Talking at the GOTO Conference next week

daniel weekly 41, now in markdown

Episode 41, just out:

Topics

me on kodsnack

115 days with RFC

http2 explained in markdown, translations. Swedish?

The curl google tech talk

curl -X

the curl and wget war

curl vs Wget

a curl cheat sheet

curl feature freeze period, release october 7

ApacheCon, October 2

Bug of the week: Downloading a long sequence of URLs results in high CPU usage and slowness

Option of the week: -O

daniel.haxx.se episode 8

Today I hesitated to make my new weekly video episode. I looked at the viewers number and how they basically have dwindled the last few weeks. I'm not making this video series interesting enough for a very large crowd of people. I'm re-evaluating if I should do them at all, or if I can do something to spice them up...

... or perhaps just not look at the viewers numbers at all and just do what think is fun?

I decided I'll go with the latter for now. After all, I enjoy making these and they usually give me some interesting feedback and discussions even if the numbers are really low. What good is a number anyway?

This week's episode:

Personal

Firefox

Fun

HTTP/2

TALKS

  • I'm offering two talks for FOSDEM

curl

  • release next Wednesday
  • bug fixing period
  • security advisory is pending

wget

daniel.haxx.se week #3

I won't keep posting every video update here, but I mostly wanted to mention that I've kept posting a weekly video over at youtube basically explaining what's going on right now within my dearest projects. Mostly curl and some Firefox stuff.

This week: libcurl server cert verification API got a bashing at SEC-T, is HTTP for UDP a good idea? How about adding HTTP cache support to libcurl? HTTP/2 is getting deployed as we speak. Interesting curl bug when used by XBMC. The patch series for Firefox bug 939318 is improving slowly - will it ever land?

Video perhaps?

I decided to try to do a short video about my current work right now and make it available for you all. I try to keep it short (5-7 minutes) and I'm certainly no pro at it, but I will try to make a weekly one for a while and see if it gets any fun. I'm going to read your comments and responses to this very eagerly and that will help me decide how I will proceed on this experiment.

Enjoy.