'99 USENIX Technical Conference, June 6-11, Monterey CA

'99 USENIX Technical Conference, June 6-11, Monterey CA

Post by Jennifer Radt » Tue, 09 Mar 1999 04:00:00



A renowned conference by and for programmers, developers, and system
administrators working in advanced systems and software.

1999 USENIX ANNUAL TECHNICAL CONFERENCE
June 6-11, 1999
Monterey, California
     Includes FREENIX Track, devoted to Open Source Software
------------------------------------------------------------
Save.  Register by May 3, 1999.  See the program at:
http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix99
------------------------------------------------------------
TUTORIALS--Superior Instruction You'll Put to Use Immediately
Choose from 24 tutorials over three days.  Eric Allman, Tom
Christiansen, Peter Baer Galvin, Evi Nemeth, and Marcus Ranum are just a
few of the superb instructors.

REFEREED PAPERS-Cutting-Edge, Technically Excellent Research
23 quality papers have been refereed and selected by the program
committee. Papers are on topics of especially high interest:  management
of resource systems, file systems, virtual memory systems, storage
systems, security, web server performance and O/S performance.

FREENIX TRACK--Quality Technical Forum Devoted To Open Source Software
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 developers.

SHARE IDEAS, SOLUTIONS, AND A BEER
John Ousterhout, creator of Tcl/Tk, will focus his keynote on a
fundamental shift in software development to integration applications.
Invited Talks offer stimulating, highly practical expert presentations.
Enjoy lively discussion during evening Birds-of-a-Feather sessions.
Test out a variety of useful products in the comfortably-sized exhibit
hall.  Mingle with attendees and presenters at the dessert reception
inside the wonderful Monterey Bay Aquarium.

 
 
 

1. '99 USENIX Technical Conference, June 6-11, Monterey CA

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

1999 USENIX ANNUAL TECHNICAL CONFERENCE
June 6-11, 1999
Monterey, California
     Includes FREENIX Track, devoted to Open Source Software
------------------------------------------------------------
Save.  Register by May 3, 1999.  See the program at:
http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix99
------------------------------------------------------------
TUTORIALS--Superior Instruction You'll Put to Use Immediately
Choose from 24 tutorials over three days.  Eric Allman, Tom
Christiansen, Peter Baer Galvin, Evi Nemeth, and Marcus Ranum are just a
few of the superb instructors.

REFEREED PAPERS-Cutting-Edge, Technically Excellent Research
23 quality papers have been refereed and selected by the program
committee. Papers are on topics of especially high interest:  management
of resource systems, file systems, virtual memory systems, storage
systems, security, web server performance and O/S performance.

FREENIX TRACK--Quality Technical Forum Devoted To Open Source Software
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 developers.

SHARE IDEAS, SOLUTIONS, AND A BEER
John Ousterhout, creator of Tcl/Tk, will focus his keynote on a
fundamental shift in software development to integration applications.
Invited Talks offer stimulating, highly practical expert presentations.
Enjoy lively discussion during evening Birds-of-a-Feather sessions.
Test out a variety of useful products in the comfortably-sized exhibit
hall.  Mingle with attendees and presenters at the dessert reception
inside the wonderful Monterey Bay Aquarium.

2. Hostname on welcome screen

3. Free Software Highlight of USENIX Conference, June 6-11, Monterey CA

4. usr/src/linux

5. Pre-reg Savings Deadline 11/22 - USENIX 1997 Technical Conference

6. recursive grep stops at cretain files

7. USENIX Conference on Object-Oriented Technologies, May 3-7, '99

8. dnsmasq and openvz

9. Online Coverage of '99 USENIX Annual Conference & the 2000 Call for Papers

10. SUN response to CERT Advisory CA-99-11?

11. Don't Miss USENIX 2000 - June 18- 23 at San Diego, CA