SharkFest’16 has been hailed by many of the attendees and sponsors as the best SharkFest ever! Hundreds of IT Professionals from 18 countries found their way to the Computer History Museum once again to share their Wireshark wisdom and experience, and to enjoy one another's company over the course of the conference days. To view keynotes, session presentations and more, please read on.
SharkFest’15, in our new home at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, proved to be a rousing success, with over 300 IT Professionals from 25 countries in attendance. A good time was had by all, thanks to the dedication of our very capable SharkFest coordinating crew, sponsors, volunteers, instructors, and Wireshark core developers. Thanks for giving us a reason to come together again, Gerald!
SharkFest '14 was held at the Dominican University of California in San Rafael and featured keynote speakers Vinton Cerf, one of the "fathers of the Internet", and Tim O'Neill, Chief Contributing and Technology Editor for LoveMyTool.
SharkFest '13 was held at UC Berkeley in Berkeley, California and featured keynote addresses by Gerald Combs, Wireshark project founder; Rich Seifert, President of Networks and Communications Consulting; and Charles Kaplan, Senior Technical Director, Office of the CTO, Riverbed.
SharkFest '12 was held at UC Berkeley in Berkeley, California and featured keynote addresses by astronomer, and author Clifford Stoll and Steve Riley, Technical Leader in the Office of the CTO at Riverbed Technology.
SharkFest '11 was held at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California and featured a keynote address by Steve McCanne, co-founder and CTO of Riverbed Technology.
SharkFest '10 was held at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California and featured a keynote address by Van Jacobson, Creator of tcpdump and a research fellow at PARC.
SharkFest’09 was held at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California and featured keynotes by Harry Saal, Founder, CEO and President of Network General Corporation, and Dr. Lawrence Roberts, Creator of the ARPANET and CEO and Founder of Anagram.
SharkFest '08 was held at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, California and featured a keynote address by Vint Cerf, an American computer scientist, who is recognized as one of the "fathers of the Internet".