LinuxPR: Singapore Linux Conference 2001
Mar 15, 2001, 22:26 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Linux enthusiasts need wait no more as once again Linux fever
strikes the region with the third Singapore Linux Conference.
Entering its third iteration in the annual series that started in
1999, the show promises to be bigger and better to satisfy and sate
the appetites of the thousands of Linux fanatics out there."
"The event is expected to further the cause of Linux research,
development and deployment, and bring the formidable technical
experience of expert developers and the business perspective of
successful directors of Linux-based companies from around the world
to Singapore and Asia as a whole. At such a time when the Linux
platform is maturing to be a true force to reckon with in the
technology corridors, this is a timely meeting of the most
visionary and the most passionate, seeking to provide further
impetus to the Linux movement in Asia, striving to fulfill every
enthusiast's dream : Linux: Everyone@Everywhere."
"For the business users, the conference will provide a better
prespective on how to harnass the capabilities of an emerging
operating system in their business. Eyewitness how Linux, a free
operating system's share managed to grow 212 percent in the server
market from 1997 to 1998, capturing 17 percent of the total market.
If all these are insufficient to convince you, listen in on how
many who have profited from the open source phenomena that has
taken the world by storm."