USENIX Summer 1993 Technical Conference - Tutorial Program

USENIX Summer 1993 Technical Conference - Tutorial Program

Post by Carolyn Ca » Wed, 16 Jun 1993 08:15:40



                         TUTORIAL PROGRAM

             Monday and Tuesday, JUNE 21 AND 22, 1993

             USENIX SUMMER 1993 TECHNICAL CONFERENCE
                        JUNE 21-25, 1993
                  CINCINNATI CONVENTION CENTER
                        CINCINNATI, OHIO

You may choose from among twenty tutorials, both  full  and  half
day,  covering topics essential to your professional development.
Of these twenty, twelve are offered at USENIX for the first  time
and   a   thir*th   is   updated   in  coverage!   The  USENIX
Association's well-respected tutorial program offers  you  intro-
ductory  as  well as advanced, intensive and practical tutorials.
Tutorials are presented by skilled instructors who  are  hands-on
experts  in  their  topic areas.  All tutorials offer printed ma-
terials to support your understanding and provide reference at  a
later  time.  The USENIX tutorial program meets the needs of pro-
fessionals who require an immediately practical learning  experi-
ence.   Attend  the tutorials at Cincinnati and benefit from this
in-depth exploration and skill development in essential areas  of
UNIX-related technology.

USENIX tutorial program attendance is limited.   Pre-registration
is strongly recommended.

SPECIAL NOTE FOR FULL-TIME STUDENTS
Your Immediate  Attention  Is Requested!

A  limited  number  of  spaces  in  each tutorial are
reserved for full-time students at the special fee of $50.00  per
tutorial.   You  MUST  telephone the USENIX Conference Office, +1
(714) 588-8649 during office hours of  8:30  am-5:00  pm  Pacific
Time  Monday-Friday,  to confirm availability and make a reserva-
tion. You will receive a reservation code  number.   This  number
MUST  appear  on  your  Registration Form. Your registration form
with full payment and a photocopy of your  current  student  I.D.
card  MUST  arrive  within 14 days from the date of your reserva-
tion.  If your registration form and payment  do  not  arrive  by
that  date,  your reservation will be cancelled. This special fee
is non-transferable.

MONDAY, JUNE 21

9:00 am - 5:00 pm (includes box lunch)

M1  HOW NETWORKS WORK - NEW!
M2  OSF'S DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT (DCE)
M3  THE KERBEROS APPROACH TO NETWORK SECURITY - REVISED!
M4  ESSENTIAL UNIX PROGRAMMING
M5  UNIX SVR4.0 INTERNALS, PART 1: PROCESS AND VIRTUAL MEMORY
    SYSTEMS - UPDATED!
M6  INTRODUCTION TO THREADS, POSIX PTHREADS, AND
    OSF/DCE THREADS - UPDATED!
M7  UNIX POWER TOOLS - GETTING THE MOST OUT OF UNIX - NEW!

Morning 1/2 day  9:00 am - 12:30 pm (includes box lunch at 12:30 pm)

M8  SECURITY AND THE X WINDOW SYSTEM - NEW!
M9  TOPICS IN SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION - 1 - NEW!

Afternoon 1/2 day:  1:30 pm - 5:00 pm (includes lunch at 12:30 pm)
M10  MANAGING THE DOMAIN NAME SYSTEM
M11  TOPICS IN SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION - 2 - NEW!

TUESDAY, JUNE 22

9:00 am - 5:00 pm (includes box lunch)
T1  SYMMETRIC MULTIPROCESSING AND CACHING IN UNIX KERNELS
T2  THE DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT REMOTE PROCEDURE CALL SYSTEM
    (DCE RPC) - NEW!
T3  SENDMAIL:  INSIDE AND OUT - NEW!
T4  UNIX NETWORK PROGRAMMING
T5  UNIX SVR4.0 INTERNALS, PART 2: FILE SYSTEMS, I/O AND STREAMS - NEW!
T6  THE WINDOWS NT ARCHITECTURE - NEW!

T7  ACHIEVING SECURITY IN AN INTERNET ENVIRONMENT - NEW!
T8  TCL AND TK: A NEW APPROACH TO X11 AND GUI PROGRAMMING
T9  INSTALLING, CONFIGURING AND ADMINISTERING X SYSTEMS - NEW!

FIRST TIME OFFERED!
M1
HOW NETWORKS WORK
Vincent C. Jones, Consultant

M2
OSF'S DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT (DCE)
David  Chappell, Chappell and Associates

M3
THE KERBEROS APPROACH TO NETWORK SECURITY
Dan Geer, Geer Zolot Associates and Jon A. Rochlis, MIT

M4
ESSENTIAL UNIX PROGRAMMING
Richard Stevens, Consultant

M5
UNIX SVR4.0 INTERNALS, PART 1: PROCESS AND VIRTUAL MEMORY SYSTEMS
AND MP SUPPORT
John R. Levine, Institute for Advanced Professional Studies

M6
INTRODUCTION TO THREADS, POSIX PTHREADS, AND OSF/DCE THREADS
Nawaf Bitar, Kubota Pacific Computer

FIRST TIME OFFERED!
M7
UNIX POWER TOOLS - GETTING THE MOST OUT OF UNIX
Rob Kolstad, Berkeley Software Design, Inc

FIRST TIME OFFERED!
1/2 day:  9:00 am - 12:30 pm (includes lunch at 12:30 pm)
M8
SECURITY AND THE X WINDOW SYSTEM
Jeremy Epstein, TRW and Rita Pascale, ORA Corporation

FIRST TIME OFFERED!
1/2 day:  9 am - 12:30 pm (includes lunch at 12:30 pm)
M9
TOPICS IN SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION - 1
Trent Hein, XOR Computer Systems and Evi Nemeth, University of Colorado,
Boulder

1/2 day:  1:30 pm - 5 pm (includes lunch at 12:30 pm)
M10
MANAGING THE DOMAIN NAME SYSTEM
William LeFebvre, Northwestern University

FIRST TIME OFFERED!
1/2 day:  1:30 pm - 5 pm (includes lunch at 12:30 pm)
M11
TOPICS IN SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION - 2
Trent Hein, XOR Computer Systems and Evi Nemeth, University of Colorado,
Boulder

TUESDAY, JUNE 22
9:00 am - 5:00 pm (includes box lunch)

T1
SYMMETRIC MULTIPROCESSING AND CACHING IN UNIX KERNELS
Curt Schimmel, Consultant

FIRST TIME OFFERED!
T2
THE DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT REMOTE PROCEDURE CALL SYSTEM
(DCE RPC)
Richard Mackey, Open Software Foundation

FIRST TIME OFFERED!
T3
SENDMAIL:  INSIDE AND OUT
Eric Allman, University of California, Berkeley

T4
UNIX NETWORK PROGRAMMING
Richard Stevens, Consultant

T5
UNIX SVR4.0 INTERNALS, PART 2: FILE SYSTEMS, I/O AND STREAMS
John R. Levine, Institute for Advanced Professional Studies

FIRST TIME OFFERED!
T6
THE WINDOWS NT ARCHITECTURE
Ted Demopoulos, Demopoulos Associates

FIRST TIME OFFERED!
T7
ACHIEVING SECURITY IN AN INTERNET ENVIRONMENT
Rob Kolstad, Berkeley Software Design, Inc and Tina Darmohray, Lawrence
Livermore National Laboratory

T8
TCL AND TK: A NEW APPROACH TO X11 AND GUI PROGRAMMING
John Ousterhout, University of California, Berkeley

FIRST TIME OFFERED!
T9
INSTALLING, CONFIGURING AND ADMINISTERING X SYSTEMS
Paul E. Kimball, Consultant

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For more information contact:

USENIX Association
Conference Office
22672 Lambert St., Suite 613
Lake Forest, CA  92630
Telephone (714) 588-8649
FAX: (714) 588-9706