PCWorld.com: Linux Draws Interest at PC Event
Jun 28, 2002, 16:00 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Big PC shows like PC Expo are predictably dominated by
Microsoft and its supporters. But here at this year's PC
Expo/TechXNY, Linux stole a bit of the limelight: For the first
time, a Linux Boot Camp taught attendees what Linux is, what they
can do with it, and how to work with it.
"'Last year we couldn't even get Linux sessions on the program,'
says Jennifer Santiago, conference manager. 'This year people are
really interested in Linux, so we set up the two-day program.'
Attendance was good, with 40 to 50 people participating each day,