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USENIX Technical Conference, June 15-19, New Orleans
- To: announce_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: USENIX Technical Conference, June 15-19, New Orleans
- From: cynthia_(_at_)_usenix_(_dot_)_org (Cynthia Deno)
- Date: Tue, 17 Mar 1998 15:30:51 -0800
Share ideas, and actual code, with developers and avid users of free
software--FreeBSD, Linux, NetBSD, OpenBSD, and more at the
23rd USENIX Annual Technical Conference
Includes FREENIX, the Freely Redistributable Software Track
June 15-19, 1998, New Orleans, Louisiana
Sponsored by USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems Association
FREENIX is co-sponsored by The FreeBSD Project, Linux International,
TheNetBSD Foundation, Inc., and The OpenBSD Project
Full program and on-line registration:
FREENIX showcases the latest developments and interesting applications in
freely redistributable software. FREENIX offers 28 talks, highly
interactive, evening sessions, and in-depth tutorials
Tutorials let you master complex technologies. Choose among 22 in-depth
tutorials on Monday and Tuesday. Register early - tutorials often fill up
fast. You can use our on-line registration form.
*System & Network Performance Tuning *Solaris Internals
*Classic Topics in System Admin *Hot Topics in System Admin
*Inside the Linux Kernel *Linux Systems Administration
*Essential UNIX Programming *UNIX Network Programming
*Cryptography Applications *Secure Communications
*CGI and WWW Programming in Perl *UNIX Security Tools
*Intro to Java *Advanced Java
*Intro to Perl for Programmers *Network Security Profiles
*Internet Security for UNIX Sysadmins *Windows NT Security
*Security Around the World Wide Web *Sendmail Configuration
*Troubleshooting Firewalls *Web & Intranet Performance
For cutting-edge research that will put you ahead of the technology
curve, there are refereed papers. Topics are of especially high
*Java *Tcl security *web server performance *quality of service
*networking *security *performance *extensibility
The Invited Talks concentrate on the extremely practical. Additional talks
look to what looms ahead, e.g., clustered computing and John Quarterman's
view of the future of the Internet.
Other highlights include:
*Dennis Ritchie with a perspective on the original UNIX paper.
*Steve Mann discussing soon-to-be fashions in wearable computers.
*The "Amazing Randi" revealing how unscientific some science can be.
Test drive the latest products in the expanded Exhibition Hall. A wide
variety of UNIX, networking, development and administration products will
be on display.
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