I’ve been interviewed several times and spoken at quite a few conferences. Several are still available on-line. I have a YouTube playlist.
2019 June 15: Twenty Years in Jail: FreeBSD Jails, Then and Now
2019 June 3: Booking Jails (BSDNow interview)
2018 June 29: Interview with Lawrence Systems
2016 October 10: Introducing ZFS at Ohio LinuxFest. (I almost break someone’s arm in this talk. Good times, good times.)
2015 Nov 11: SSH, at mug.org. I would like to commend mug.org for being one of the few places where the vast majority of the audience has stopped using passwords.
2015 May 12: Tarsnap: Online Backup for the Truly Paranoid at mug.org. (The mug.org folks like me, and they take good videos.)
2014 December 17: BSDNow interview ow FreeBSD Mastery: Storage Essentials
2014 December 9: Sudo: You’re Doing It Wrong at mug.org.
2014 February 8: BSD Breaking Barriers at NYCBSDCon 2014. Not my best performance, but I did it, so it’s on the list. (I thought I had a shortage of sleep, too much caffeine, and extra adrenaline. I actually had tonsillitis. I am absolutely certain that I offended more than one person that day, thanks to my fever. If that was you, my sincere apologies. [You might ask how I can not notice a fever? Crowds make me sweat and shake.])
2013 November 8: BSDNow, on sudo, tech books, and so on.
2013 August 11: Live presentation on DNSSEC at the Metro Detroit Linux Users Group. My presentation starts about 21 minutes in.
2013 July 11: BSDTalk 228, on DNSSEC and OpenBSD.
2012 July 30: BSDTalk 218, on SSH Mastery and the new edition of Absolute OpenBSD.
2011 May 24: BSD Needs Books, from NYCBSDCon 2010.
2010 December 6: AT&T Tech Channel, on Network Flow Analysis.
2008 June 13: BSDTalk 153, on Absolute FreeBSD.
There are older interviews, but I never kept track of them. If you know of other interviews, let me know and I’ll link them here.Stalk me on social media