[announce] NYCBSCon 2006 Schedule released

NYC*BUG Announcement announce at lists.nycbug.org
Sun Sep 24 19:34:55 EDT 2006

The schedule for NYCBSDCon 2006 has been released at:

We are proud to have a number of well-known names from the BSD
community, not to mention a good number of excellent talks on relevant

This year's lineup includes:

Wietse Venema on "Postfix as a Secure Programming Example"
Bob Beck on "PF, it is not just for firewalls anymore"
Murray Stokely on "Challenges that we face at Google"

Not to mention a special keynote this year from Jason Dixon on "BSD Is
Dying - A cautionary tale of sex and greed."

We are also excited to have Kristaps Johnson, a researcher at the
University of Latvia in to speak on "BSD Virtualisation with sysjail."

There are many other great speakers and topics, covering all the BSDs.
We packed in brilliant speakers and topics last year, did you expect
anything less this year?

We encourage everyone to register BEFORE October 21, for the price is a
mere $95 including a continental breakfast and lunch on both days.
After that, the prices increase substantially.

For more questions not answered on www.nycbsdcon.org, please email the
organizers at info AT nycbsdcon DOT org.

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