Segment Two- LinuxWorld San Francisco- With
We will be joined tonight by Warwick Davies the
Group Vice President for IDG World Expo. Warwick Davies is a Group
Vice President at IDG World Expo responsible for the Macworld
Conference & Expo and LinuxWorld Conference & Expo brands,
having recently joined the company in July 2003.
Before joining IDG World Expo, he was an independent consultant
helping companies quickly and profitably discover and launch
international business opportunities in the high tech and biotech
sectors. Prior to running his own consulting business, he was Vice
President of Expositions and International Business Development at
DCI, one of North America's premier business and technology
conference and exposition organizers. At DCI, Warwick conceived and
launched DCI's international conference program, including events
in the UK, Germany, France, Japan, the Netherlands, Belgium and
Spain. He also held worldwide responsibility for DCI's Customer
Relationship Conference and Exposition.
Prior to joining DCI, Warwick held a series of international
sales, marketing, operations and administration management
positions with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Lufthansa Germana
Airlines, Hertz Corporation and the British Government. Warwick is
also author of The Freeport Experiment, a book detailing the
success and failures of the UK free trade zones. He holds a BS in
Economics from Northeastern University.
As with past events, The Linux Show is happy to announce that we
will be broadcasting live from the floor of the LinuxWorld
Conference & Expo. We will be posting an application at our web
site tomorrow for vendors and dot orgs to sign up for broadcast
segments. This is in the opinion of our broadcast team the single
most important event for us to participate in each year. According
to our IP counter, over 22,000 different people listened to our
broadcast live from the Javits Center in NYC.
LinuxWorld Conference & Expo will return to San Francisco
this summer, taking place August 2-5, 2004 at the Moscone Center.
Now in its sixth year, it is the world's largest and most
comprehensive event focusing on Linux and open source solutions. If
you are starting up a Linux Company or a west coast centered
development project, you are crazy to not participate in this
event. PLUS at $650.00 for a full 3 day conference
pass, this is also one of the true bargains for technical
conferences with quality content. TLS's own Russ Pavlicek is again a presenter wearing
both his TLS hat and Senior Linux Architect for Cassatt
Corporation. Russ is worth $100 of the admission fee alone. You can
find registration information at the url http://www.linuxworldexpo.com/live/12/register///CC60804
At this year's event, attendees will discover new applications
to take Linux implementations to the next level and learn how it
can play an even larger role in the way businesses are run. In the
conference program and on the exhibit floor, attendees will learn
best practices from industry experts and other technology
professionals who have successfully deployed Linux for
mission-critical enterprise applications.
From security concerns to integration issues, LinuxWorld's
in-depth conference program will cover the critical challenges
facing companies that use Linux and open source technology.
Attendees will also hear from the industry executives like Dan Frye
of IBM, shaping the future of Linux during LinuxWorld's line-up of
keynote presentations. LinuxWorld also offers a unique opportunity
to evaluate a variety of Linux-based solutions from a wide range of
vendors - all under one roof.
For more information on LinuxWorld Conference & Expo go to
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