[nycbug-talk] NYCBSDCon 2010 registration is open

George Rosamond george at ceetonetechnology.com
Tue Sep 21 15:28:59 EDT 2010

Here's the announce.  Please circulate far and wide.  Blog it.  Forward 
it.  Get it out there.

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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.

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