7200+ participants, 500+ speakers, 600+ hours of activities. These are the numbers of the last FISL, the biggest free software related event in Brazil. This year the key speakers were Tobias Andersson (one of the founders of The Pirate Bay), Richard Stallman (founder of the free software movement), Jon “Maddog” Hall (executive director of Linux International) and some others.

In my talk I spoke about physics engines for games (you can watch it here), topic that I have a special interest and is what I’ve been working at in the last months.

For my surprise, this talk was one of the featured lectures of the event, the following image it’s a article written for the event website telling more about the lecture.


I’m very happy with what happened at FISL 14 and I hope that I repeat the good results at FISL 15.