2000 UK Linux Developers' Conference
Linux for the Enterprise
7 - 9 July 2000, Hammersmith (West London)
Building upon the successful conference at Aston last summer, the UKUUG is holding its third conference for Linux developers this July.
It will run from Friday, 7 July until lunchtime on Sunday, 9 July 2000.
It will be held in Imperial College's Medical School facilities, on the Charing Cross Hospital site at Hammersmith, West London.
With interest in Linux growing rapidly amongst computer professionals and businessmen alike, now is an excellent time to consider the developments underway that will help to make Linux the platform of choice in the Enterprise.
The conference will address the following themes from a developer's point of view:
The Enterprise Desktop The Enterprise Server Integration with other operating systems
Other topics of interest to Linux developers and enthusiasts will also be included.
The provisional programme includes:
GNOME Miguel de Icaza & Michael Meeks Global File System Steve Whitehouse High Availability Stephen Tweedie Linux Volume Management Heinz Mauelshagen Memory Management Rik val Riel PowerPC Clusters Adrian Cox VMware John Edwards
If you require information about exhibiting at or sponsoring part of this event, please contact the UKUUG Secretariat.
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