|Ann Tsai on Fri, 5 Oct 2001 21:00:21 +0200|
Register by Monday, October 15 for the Annual Linux Showcase and Conference and save up to $200.
5th Annual Linux Showcase & Conference November 5-10, 2001 Oakland, CA http://www.linuxshowcase.org
This year's ALS features the following invited speakers: - Thomas Sterling, CalTech & NASA JPL on Petaflops Computing with Linux - Don Becker, Scyld Computing, Inc. on Home Beowulf Systems - Tony Iams, D.H. Brown Associates on a competitive assessment of Linux in the Enterprise - Helen Greinier, i-Robot on the state of Robotic Today - Don Marti, on Embedded Linux Success Stories
ALS also provides practical, professional-level education through 12 TUTORIALS including:
-Inside the Linux Kernel
-Exploring the Potential of LDAP
-Configuring and Administering Samba Servers
-Linux Systems Administration
-Unix/Linux Network Administration
-Building and Using a Personal Beowulf
For the complete conference schedule and to register visit: http://www.linuxshowcase.org
NEW this year!
XFREE86 TECHNICAL CONFERENCE - NOVEMBER 8-9, 2001
The XFREE86 Technical Conference provides a forum to learn about exciting new advances in many areas of the X window system. For complete information and to register, visit: http://www.usenix.org/events/xfree86.
XFree86 Workshops: -Developing KDE Applications -Configuring Xfree86 -GTK+/GNOME Development
Come and celebrtate the 10th Birthday Party for Linux, followed by the Linux BOF with Linus Torvalds, Jon "maddog" Hall, Ted Ts'o, Bryan Andregg, and a few hundred of your peers.
We look forward to seeing you in Oakland, CA!
======================================================== 5th Annual Linux Showcase & Conference (ALS 2001) is sponsored by USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems Association, and the Atlanta Linux Showcase, in cooperation with Linux International. ===============================================================
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