The Bazaar: Get Trained by the Gurus of Open SourceNov 26, 1999, 09:21 (1 Talkback[s])
Linux Mall announcement:
Open Source - it's real, it works, and it's the most exciting trend to unnerve IT Managers in years! This is a great opportunity to learn how to integrate Open Source technology into your existing systems - directly from the guys who write the code. Personal, in-depth, hands-on training from the gurus of the Open Source community!
It all happens at The Bazaar on December 14-16 at the Javits Center in New York. Some of the hackers who are teaching and speaking are: Miguel de Icaza, Nat Friedman, Kurt Granroth and Rasterman.
In the tutorial area, you'll learn how to: build firewalls with OpenBSD (and have us try to hack them), develop Open Source enterprise apps, set up and manage an Apache site, migrate from NT to GNU/Linux, work with Sendmail, qmail, perl, TAO, Gimp, Gnumeric, KDE, GNOME, REBOL, and much more. Due to the intensive nature of these hands-on tutorials, there are only 35 seats available for each class, each equipped with its own ThinkPad. These seats are filling quickly, so register today!
In the general session area, you'll hear from the experts about: Linux distributions, avoiding pitfalls, building a company on Open Source Technology, Linux and GNU certification, the State of GNOME, and the Apache Project.
You can also attend free keynotes and panel discussions featuring Richard Stallman, Jon "maddog" Hall, Bob Young, Eric Raymond, Bruce Perens and many other movers and shakers from the Linux Community. There are more than 40 general sessions and tutorials in all, plus keynotes from industry luminaries, and even an exposition hall where you can talk with many of the companies that are helping to drive the integration of Open Source technology with corporate IT systems.
LinuxMall.com is a Gold Sponsor of the Bazaar. We'll be there, we hope to see you there! For a full list of speakers and panel discussions, check out the Bazaar's Web site.
Learn more about:
The Bazaar http://thebazaar.org
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