Open Source Software at Annual USENIX Conference, June 6-11, 1999

Cynthia Deno writes:

A renown conference by and for programmers, developers, and
system administrators working in advanced systems and

June 6-11, 1999
Monterey Convention Center & DoubleTree Hotel
Monterey, California

Includes FREENIX Track devoted to open source software’s latest
developments and interesting applications. This track offers
peer-refereed papers, expert talks, and evening sessions will be
led by the likes of Linus Torvalds, Richard Stallman, Kirk
McKusick, Theodore Ts’o, Theo de Raadt, and other leading
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Choose from 24 tutorials over three days. Eric Allman, Tom
Christiansen, Peter Galvin, Evi Nemeth, and Marcus Ranum are just a
few of the superb instructors. Training at a serious level.

Technical Sessions Cutting-Edge, Technically Excellent Refereed
papers cover topics of especially high interest: management of
resource systems, file systems, virtual memory systems, storage
systems, security, web server performance and O/S performance.
Stimulating, highly practical presentations await you in the
Invited Talks track. John Ousterhout, creator of Tcl/Tk, will focus
his keynote on a fundamental shift in software development to
integration applications.

Enjoy lively discussion during evening Birds-of-a-Feather
sessions. Test drive useful products in the exhibit hall. Mingle at
the dessert reception inside the wonderful Monterey Bay

For nearly 25 years, USENIX Annual Technical Conferences have
emphasized the exchange of practical solutions and the open airing
of issues, unfettered by stodginess or commercial interest. Best of
all, it’s been a great place to meet with your peers and share
fresh ideas, solutions, and a beer!