[BSDCert-Announce] NYCBSDCon 2010 registration is open
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Tue Sep 21 17:02:11 EDT 2010
The announcement for NYCBSDCon follows. It doesn't mention that the BSDA will be available during both lunch hours--if interested, you can register for the exam at https://register.bsdcertification.org//register/register-for-an-exam. Jim Brown from the BSDCG will also be discussing the upcoming BSDP exam in his presentation "BSD Professional Certification Update: The Lab Exam" (http://www.nycbsdcon.org/2010/presentations.html#brown). Hope to see some of you there!
> The New York City *BSD User Group is proud to announce the opening of
> registration for NYCBSDCon 2010.
> NYCBSDCon is the main technical conference for the BSD projects on the
> US East Coast. It will be held from November 13th to 14th, opening with
> a social event on the evening of November 12th. This year's venue is
> New York's prestigious Cooper Union, located in the heart of downtown
> Manhattan. Past conferences were held in 2005, 2006 and 2008.
> Early registration will be open until November 1, and we strongly
> encourage potential attendees to take advantage of the low entry fee of
> $95. The conference cost covers over a dozen technical presentations on
> an array of topics related to the BSDs. Additionally, breakfast and
> lunch will be provided for both Saturday and Sunday sessions. A number
> of "birds-of-a-feather" sessions are also planned.
> NYCBSDCon is organized by the New York City *BSD User Group.
> After November 1st, the registration fee will increase to $125 until
> November 12th, when the fee will increase to $150. To register, please
> A strong program of speakers is lined up for NYCBSDCon 2010, with topics
> covering security, networking and development.
> You can see the current schedule by visiting:
> Full descriptions of the presentations are at:
> We are proud to have NYCBSDCon 2010's backend finances handled by BSD
> Fund, a US 501(c)(3). Any conference profits will go back to the BSD
> The conference organizers are thankful to the sponsors who make the
> event possible. Current premier sponsors include About.com, Isilon
> Systems, Marvell Micro Semiconductor Inc, New York Internet and
> ixSystems. Additional sponsors include the FreeBSD Foundation, the
> publisher Pearson and the pfSense project, in addition to a number of
> other small businesses.
> talk mailing list
> talk at lists.nycbug.org
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