"Sair, Inc., the leading provider of Linux professional
certification training and examination materials, will conduct a
full track of seminars at the Global Linux 2000 Exhibition and
Conference, to be held June 14-17 in Seoul, Korea."
"Sair will lead six half-day seminars - two per day for
three days - covering a range of Linux topics. The event,
hosted by Korea's Ministry of Information and Communication, will
be the first large-scale global Linux fair in Asia and is expected
to draw 10,000 to 15,000 participants. It's aimed at bringing
professional Korean Linux/GNU-related companies together with
overseas companies and investors to share ideas and knowledge and
to explore new business opportunities."
"We are excited to have Sair's participation in this milestone
event," said Timothy Ney, managing officer of the Free Software
Foundation and conference chair for Global Linux 2000. "The Korean
government has officially endorsed Linux as the business operating
system of the future and wants to make Korea a Linux and GNU
center. As a company, Sair has made a commitment to the goals and
ideals of the free software movement while advancing the cause of
Linux and GNU in the global business community through the Sair
Linux and GNU Certification program. Thus, it's only fitting that
Sair take a leading role at this conference."