LinuxPR: LinuxWorld Launches Worldwide Developer Conference
May 18, 2001, 20:30 (1 Talkback[s])
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"IDG World Expo announced today that the upcoming
LinuxWorld Conference & Expo, taking place August 26 - 30 at
The Moscone Center in San Francisco, will host the first Worldwide
Developer Conference for developers of Linux and Open Source
technologies. The Worldwide Developer Conference will focus
specifically on the needs of application and technical developers.
Created in conjunction with the Open Source Development Network
(OSDN), the Worldwide Developer Conference is ideal for developers
of Open Source technologies looking to sharpen their skills.
Attendees will participate in technical training and educational
forums on Linux application design and development, delivered by
some of the most influential and respected names in the Linux and
Open Source communities.
The Worldwide Developer Conference will feature 17 tutorials
presented by today's top Linux developers, including Guido van
Rossum (Python), Rasmus Lerdorf (PHP), Wickert Akkerman (Debian),
and Larry McVoy. Additional tutorial topics will include Perl,
Embedded Linux, GNOME and KDE. The program will also feature more
than 25 conference sessions focused on the most up-to-date