From: Cynthia Deno <cynthia@usenix.ORG>
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From: Cynthia Deno <cynthia@usenix.ORG> Date: Tue, 29 Oct 1996 15:18:10 -0800 (PST) To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: USENIX Annual Conference & USELINUX, January 6-10, 1997 Message-ID: <199610292317.QAA26468@usenix.ORG> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain January 6-10, 1997 USENIX 1997 TECHNICAL CONFERENCE Anaheim, California, Marriott Hotel USELINUX Linux Applications Development & Deployment Conference Co-located with USENIX 1997 Technical Conference Co-sponsored by Linux International Attendees may pay one fee and attend both conferences. There are 20 day-long tutorials offered on January 6-7. Topics include: IPv6 Kerberos Approach to Network Security Secure Java Programming Introduction to Java Windows NT and Windows 95 UNIX Network Programming How Networks Work Topics in System Administration Web Security System and Network Performance Tuning Inside the Linux 2.0 Kernel Java Applets and the AWT UNIX Security Tools CGI and WWW Programming in Perl Administering a Web Server Device Drivers under Linux Solaris System Administration Beginning Perl Programming Writing Secure Code Creating Effective User Interfaces Java, the Web, Intranets, Security, Windows NT are among the topics of the Technical Program which takes place January 8-10. It begins with a keynote address by James Gosling, a creator of Java. 23 refereed papers present up-to-the-minute research. A second track of invited talks cover cryptography, Inktomi and AltaVista Search Engines, IPv6, benchmarks, and a new networked operating system from Bell Labs that offers unprecedented portability for applications and services. Linux Torvalds speaking on the future of Linux, is one of the highlights at the Linux Applications Development and Deployment Conference. USELINUX will offer tutorials and technical presentations for developers. Concurrently, those interested in the Linux marketplace may attend case studies and expert presentations on how to create a Linux-based business. An Exhibition on January 8-9 offers presentations of the latest hardware, software, and networking products from 55 vendors. ADMISSION TO THE EXHIBITION IS FREE. If you cannot make it to the conference but would like to visit the exhibition, please contact Cynthia Deno at 408 335 9445 or email@example.com. For more program and registration information: Access our Resource Center on the World Wide Web--http://www.usenix.org Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. In the body of your message state "send usenix97 conference"