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Linux Expo '99 Technical and Business Track Information Now Available

Mar 15, 1999, 16:32 (0 Talkback[s])

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The 5th Annual Linux Expo website has been updated to include Technical and Business Track information. Share the latest developments in Linux technology May 18-22nd, in Raleigh, NC. Also, just announced the ExtremeLinux Track, www.extremelinux.org.

www.linuxexpo.org

The scope of this track, organized by members of the ExtremeLinux mailing list is ExtremeLinux and Beowulf as it pertains to the following: (1)Introducing cluster creation and programming to the wider community of Linux programmers and users. (2) To serve as a platform for introducing and furthering the adoption of Linux amongst business and other non-scientific users, and thus to be a platform for showcasing scientific and non-scientific applications. (3) To have talks on the "Linux" aspects of extremelinux, talks that would be interesting to the linux user and programmer community at large, for example, kernel programming like filesystems, system administration, etc.

The program will consist of a highlighted speaker, an extremelinux technical track(within Linux Expo), tutorials, and a BoF session. The ExtremeLinux folks will host live demonstrations at their booth and other cluster related booths will be part of the program.

The ExtremeLinux Sat. sessions will cost $35 to attend, while the technical program, EL Highlighted Speaker, and BoF's will be included in the rest of Linux Expo.

www.linuxexpo.org

If your company would like to sponsor an ExtremeLinux Speaker please contact stacy@linuxexpo.org.

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