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Win Your Own LinuxCon Europe VIP Gift

 

We're getting ready to head to LinuxCon Europe taking place in Barcelona November 5-7, 2012. Spain is home to many things: masterful architecture, amazing tapas and wine, and beautiful beaches, among many other notable finds around the country.

It is also home to the 2012 UEFA European Football champions. Earlier this summer Spain became the first team to win two consecutive European championships, making the country a figurative capital of some of the worlds best talent in soccer/football.

jersey lceuelceCombine the world's best soccer/football talent with the world's best developer talent and you get the Linux soccer jersey, this year's LinuxCon Europe VIP and speaker gift. Are you a part of the Linux Football Club?

If you're attending but aren't a speaker or if you're not attending at all, but want to get your hands on this shirt, tell us. Just share your favorite session from the LinuxCon schedule in the comments section below (you will need to have a Linux.com account or create one. It's super easy). We'll conduct a drawing next Tuesday, October 23, alert the winners of two of these soccer jerseys. Your comment might even get your session pick shared with hundreds of thousands of online Linux fans via Twitter, Google+ or Facebook.

If you haven't registered for LinuxCon yet, you can visit the LinuxCon Europe website now. It includes information about the speakers, schedule and other opportunities such as the many co-located events: the Embedded Linux Conference Europe, KVM Forum, oVirt, EFL Developer Day, Gluster Workshop, Yocto Project Developer Day, OpenSAF European Symposium and the Wireless Mini Summit.

We can't wait to hear about your favorite sessions and to send two jersey to two different winners!

 

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  • Greg Zapiec Said:

    "Coding For Fun: Silly Projects Keep You Sane! - John W. Linville, Red Hat " sounds great. It harkens back to many moons ago, when i first laid hands on my first computer.

  • Srinivas Prasad Gumdelli Said:

    " Mostly Sunny: Why Evernote Runs Their Own Linux Servers Instead of "The Cloud" - Dave Engberg, CTO at Evernote" This session looks really good for me :)

  • Pablo Solar Said:

    "Linux: Where Are We Going - Linux Creator Linus Torvalds and Intel's Open Source Technologist, Dirk Hohndel" sounds very interesting..

  • Herson Cruz Said:

    Linux: Where Are We Going - Linux Creator Linus Torvalds and Intel's Open Source Technologist, Dirk Hohndel

  • Bulent Said:

    Near Field Communication with Linux - Samuel Ortiz, Intel -

  • Larry Varney Said:

    The Bluetooth and Low Energy forum would be my favorite - and if I weren't already obligated to be somewhere else that week, I would be there! As it is, I do hope to win a jersey - I'll wear it to the event next year!

  • Fernando Sancho Said:

    "Patents and What We All Can Do - Keith Bergelt, OIN" Patents and legal subjets are really boring, but someone has to do that dirty job.

  • Spyros Rokopanos Said:

    "Resource Isolation:The Failure of Operating Systems & How We Can Fix It - Glauber Costa,Parallels

  • Ramiro Batista da Luz Said:

    OpenStack Continuous Integration Testing on Cloud Servers - James E. Blair, HP

  • Pierce Andjelkovic Said:

    "systemd: The First Two Years - Lennart Poettering, Red Hat" Because any LP talk is an entertaining talk!

  • Pierce Andjelkovic Said:

    "systemd: The First Two Years - Lennart Poettering, Red Hat" Because any LP talk is an entertaining talk!

  • demuxer Said:

    I cannot miss to listen Linus and his topic: "Linux: Where Are We Going" - also what to expect from the Intel's Open Source Technologist Dirk Hohndel? interesting

  • Amit Pundir Said:

    I would be more interesting in "Bootstrapping the Debian and Ubuntu ARM64 Ports - Wookey, Linaro" considering that ARM64 if going to be the next big thing in embedded/server space.

  • Amit Pundir Said:

    I would be more interested in "Bootstrapping the Debian and Ubuntu ARM64 Ports - Wookey, Linaro" considering that ARM64 if going to be the next big thing in embedded/server space.

  • Deepak C S Said:

    Introduction to oVirt Virtualization Management Platform - Itamar Heim, oVirt seems very promising and hence looking fwd to hear this one from the experts.

  • Deepak C Shetty Said:

    Introduction to oVirt Virtualization Management Platform - Itamar Heim, oVirt is a very promising and upcoming virtualization mgmt platform and hence I would like to listen on it from the experts.

  • G. Pap. Said:

    Near Field Communication with Linux - Samuel Ortiz, Intel (although Lunch Break sounds equally tempting :D)

  • Carlos Said:

    The OpenStack Project and the OpenStack Foundation - Eileen Evans, HP I´m very very interesting in Linux + OpenStack.

  • Paolo Doz Said:

    I'm really interested in "Assembling a Kernel Test Grid With Autotest - Lucas Meneghel Rodrigues, Red Hat"

  • mthalmei Said:

    I am really looking forward to the talk by Linus and Dirk. Linux: Where Are We Going - Linux Creator Linus Torvalds and Intel's Open Source Technologist, Dirk Hohndel

  • Peter Polacik Said:

    I would love to see Optimizing File System Performance When Memory is Tight by Google's Theodore Ts'o

  • Jennifer Cloer Said:

    We conducted our random drawing and are excited to announce our two lucky winners! Peter Polacik and Larry Varney! Email me directly at jennifer@linuxfoundation.org to claim your prize and coordinate its delivery.


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