Axel Dörfler giving the finishing touches to his slides before the presentation.
Jean Louis Gassée and several ex-Be engineers chatting after the tech talk finished.
Michael Phipps testing the image from his laptop before the Haiku tech talk.
Haiku supporter Urias McCullough attended the tech talk, and is here shown with Marcom Team Lead Jorge Mare.
The Haiku Team at Google, from left to right: Michael Phipps, Axel Dörfler, Bruno Albuquerque and Jorge Mare.
Haiku developer and Google engineer Bruno Albuquerque acted as host and master of ceremony for the Haiku Tech Talk.
Michael Phipps, Axel Dörfler, Jorge Mare and Bruno Albuquerque (in background, from left to right), listen to Jean Louis Gassée's words. In the foreground, OpenJDK developer Andrew Bachmann.
Former CEO of Be Inc., Jean-Louis Gassée, honored us with his presence, and his words of support for the Haiku Project.
Michael Phipps was the first of the three speakers, and talked about the Haiku project as a whole.
On his part of the presentation, Axel Dörfler talked about the file cache.
Here is the Haiku team answering questions from the audience.
Haiku running on screen.
Ex-Be engineers and Haiku developers talking after after the presentation was over.
Haiku team and former Be employees posing for a group photo. From left to right: Mathias Agopian, Michael Phipps, Jean Louis Gassée, Andrew Bachmann, Bruno G. Albuquerque, George Hoffman, Jason Parks, Dianne Hackborn, Adam Haberlach, Marco Nelissen, Urias McCullough, Jorge G. Mare and Axel Dörfler.
Haiku developer Axel Dörfler chatting with OpenJDK developer Andrew Bachmann.
Scott Kirkwood from Google (center), here chatting with Jorge Mare (left) and Michael Phipps (right), was a great host during our stay at Google for the tech talk.