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There are many technology conferences around the world which happen on a regular basis. Many of them record (and even livestream) their talks.
DEF CON is probably the most well known and biggest security conference. If you are looking to see what security conferences are like, then their documentary does a great job. It is held in America, however as of 2020 they are also doing DEF CON CHINA.
- DEF CON YouTube channel
- DEF CON Media Server hosts video and audio recordings of most Defcon talks, as well as other content such as conference programs and DVDs. Also hosts a selection of hacking related documentaries.
Here are some popular talks:
- DEF CON 22 - Elevator Hacking - From the Pit to the Penthouse
- DEF CON 23 - Knocking my neighbors kids cruddy drone offline
- DEF CON 22 - Don't Fuck It Up!
- DEF CON 23 - And That's How I Lost My Other Eye...Explorations in Data Destruction
- DEF CON 27 - Confessions of an Nespresso Money Mule
- DEF CON 22 - Weaponizing Your Pets: The War Kitteh and the Denial of Service Dog
- Blackhat USA 2017 - How the Feds Caught Russian Mega-Carder Roman Seleznev
- Blackhat USA 2014 - Pulling Back the Curtain on Airport Security: Can a Weapon Get Past TSA?
- Blackhat USA 2017 - Breaking the x86 Instruction Set
- Blackhat USA 2018 - GOD MODE UNLOCKED - Hardware Backdoors in x86 CPUs
- Blackhat Europe 2014 - Hacking the Wireless World with Software Defined Radio - 2.0
- Blackhat USA 2014 - BadUSB - On Accessories that Turn Evil
Chaos Communication Congress
- Run by the Chaos Computer Club. Many talks are in German, quite a few have subtitles.
- CCC YouTube channel
- Offical site that has recordings of all the talks better organized than the youtube page
Popular talks in ENGLISH:
Hackers on Planet Earth (HOPE)
Sponsored by 2600 Magazine. There isn't an official youtube channel, and you may be required to actually BUY the previous talks, however this youtube channel seems to hold most of the content. Also, there was some """controversy""" when someone attended the HOPE conference and wore a MAGA hat. I shit you not vice thought that someone wearing a Trump hat was reason enough to call the entire HOPE event to be canceled.
- HOPE X (2014): You've Lost Privacy, Now They're Taking Anonymity
- H2K2 (2002): Keynote - Aaron McGruder
- The Eleventh HOPE (2016): "Stealing Bitcoin with Math"
- The Last HOPE (2008): Featured Speaker - Jello Biafra
- HOPE Number Six (2006): Lockpicking: Exploits for Mechanical Locks
- The Eleventh HOPE (2016): "This Key is Your Key, This Key is My Key"
You can find archives of their past years content at the bottom of their site.
Other Security Conferences
- DerbyCon WAS a conference, however they announced that 2019 was going to be their last year. This is supposedly the fault of "SJWs and Feminists" (Article presumably written by the same guy who wore the MAGA hat to HOPE). They also have a documentary
- ToorCon. Youtube channel
- Kiwicon for the sheepfuckers. As of 2019 its called Kawaiicon for some reason.
- NorthSec. Youtube
- HackMiami. Youtube
- CrikeyCon for Australians. Youtube
There are many FOSS/Linux Conferences. Below you can find some of the most popular. Despite many of them having either "linux" or "OSS" in the title, many of them cover areas well outside the Linux kernel and software respectfully, such as hardware/robotics, Security, BSD, Arts/Videogames and general programming/computer use.
Libreplanet is the annual conference held by the [[FSF|Free Software Foundation, since 2009.
- LFNW 2018: Switching to the BSDs: A crash course in FreeBSD, FreeNAS, TrueOS and OpenBSD
- LFNW 2018: Proxmox Hypervisor Open Source Lxc And Kvm Management
- LFNW 2017: Linux 102: Choosing the right Distro for you. This talk was also given in 2016.
- LFNW 2018: Perkeep
- LFNW 2017: Virtualized Gaming & Server performance using PCIe passthrough
A large conference for Australia (and New Zealand). If you are a student you can get tickets for $0 if you sign up early.
- Official website (care to guess what the url is?)
For some reason they decided that every conference gets its own youtube channel, but it appears they may be scrapping that idea as 2019 and 2020 are on the same channel.
- The Tragedy of systemd
- Writing Viruses for Fun, not Profit
- Git For Ages 4 And Up
- The Real Story Behind Wayland and X
- The Trouble with FreeBSD
- My personal fight against the modern laptop
If you are American, then there is likely a LinuxFest near you.
- O'Reilly Open Source Convention
- Ohio LinuxFest and a bunch more LinuxFest (if you live in the USA, there's probably a LinuxFest near you)
- Suckless Con (see also: Suckless and Uriel)