OpenBSD Journal

BSDNow Episode 111: Xenocratic Oath

Contributed by tbert on from the first-do-no-arm dept.

On this week's episode of BSDNow, the hosts interview OpenBSD's Brandon Mercer (bmercer@) about how and why he became an OpenBSD developer, the unfortunate state of IT in the health care industry and how OpenBSD has a part to play in fixing that, and his insights into how OpenBSD's 1-year support cycle can help you to 'clean out your fridge' for better overall tech results.

As always, they have a roundup of the week's odds and ends in the world of BSD.

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