July 16, 2002

Linux-Kongress 2002 registration opens

Jochen Topf writes: "Registration is now open for the Linux-Kongress 2002. If you register before August 9 you will receive a 33% discount on the conference A
The Linux-Kongress is one of the worlds leading Linux developer conferences aimed at the experienced developer community. One day of tutorials is followed by a two-day, two-track conference program, with a Linux exhibition to browse in between the talks. The conference language is English. Organized by the German Unix User Group
the Linux-Kongress will bring together for the 9th time Linux enthusiasts from around the world for talks about security, multimedia, clustering, new kernel developments and much more. You can also join your fellow developers in birds-of-a-feather sessions, sample the local beer at our Social Event and compete against your peers in the Linux-Kongress Komplete Konfusion Kuiz.
The conference takes place at the University of Cologne, Germany. On
Wednesday, September 4 there are five tutorial to chose from. The conference itself will open on Thursday, September 5 with a keynote by Marcelo Tosatti, the maintainer of the 2.4 kernel tree.
Thanks to the German Ministry of Education and Research there is a special deal this year: Students pay only 50 EUR for the conference, tutorials and the Social Event!
For all the details and online registration have a look at our web page:

Don't forget to register in time for the 33% discount.

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