2001 USENIX Annual Technical Conference


Author: JT Smith

June 25-30, 2001
Marriott Copley Place Hotel
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
REGISTER BY May 25, 2001 and Save up to $200!

Join peers, research and industry leaders in Boston at the USENIX Annual Technical Conference. USENIX Annual Tech is THE gathering place for like minds in the computer industry.

FEATURING THIRTY professional-level tutorials,
SEVENTEEN brand-new!
Here’s a sampling:
-Network Programming with Perl
-Solaris Administration
-Building Linux Applications
-Large Heterogeneous Networks
-Practice Wireless IP Security
-Running Secure Web Servers
-Network Security
-Advanced Solaris Administration
-Unix Network Programming

* KEYNOTE ADDRESS by Daniel D. Frye, Director of IBM Linux Technology Center.

* INVITED TALKS on WAP, IP Wireless Networking, Security Aspects of Napster and Gnutella, Security For E-voting in Public Elections, Virtual Machines, Online Privacy, Active Content and Secure DNS

*NEWLY ADDED CLOSING SESSION with Cynthia Breazeal and her robot, Kismet. Cynthia is a researcher from the MIT media lab, currently developing robots that can duplicate human facial emotions.

*VENDOR EXHIBITION featuring innovative companies, products and services. For more information on exhibiting, please contact Dana Geffner at dana@bgiassociates.com.

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The 2001 USENIX Annual Technical Conference is sponsored by USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems Association.