October 7, 2002

Users, Developers and Professionals to gather at SoCal Expo

Ilan Rabinovitch writes: " SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LINUX EXPO: We are bringing businesses, academic institutions and the Linux community together in a way that no other conference does!"

The first annual Southern California Linux Expo, presented by the USC,
UCLA , and Simi-Conejo Linux User Groups will be held November 2nd at USC.
This event will provide new insight in the growing
technological Linux community and where it is headed. This operating
system created by a grass roots effort has grow robust enough to be
embraced by companies such as Sun and IBM. The Southern California Linux
Expo will contain a blend of business leaders and technical experts that
are required to truely understand where Linux is at and where it will be
in 5 years.

Attendees:
Will include information technology focused businesses, users, system
architects, IT professionals, developers and general enthusiasts.

General Schedule:
Booth and vendor fair
Continental breakfast, continuous refreshments and luncheon buffet.
Parallel speaker tracks

Current Sponsors:
Sun MicroSystems
MSC Software
IBM
Sony
Linux Journal
Tolis
System Admin Magazine
ApacheCon
The Kompany
McGrawHill
AWL
Red Hat (TBD)

Speakers Include:
Rasmus Lerdorf (creator of PHP)
Marc Hamilton (Sun Microsystems)
Jay Clark (MSC Linux)
Jay Clark (MSC Linux)
J. P. Lewis (USC's IMSC)
Darren Moffat (Sun's Security Technologies Group)
Daniel Morales (MandrakeSoft North America)
Robert Love (Maintainer of the preemptive kernel
patch)
Bill Hilf (IBM)
Dan Kegel (LALUGS)
... and more

Quick Event Info:
Date: November 2nd, 2002
Time: 9am-5pm
Location: Davidson Conference Center on the University of Southern California campus
Time: all day conference

Please visit our web site for additional conference information http://www.socallinuxexpo.com/

Poster: http://socallinuxexpo.com/poster/poster.pdf"

Link: socallinuxexpo.com

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