Kernel Conference Australia - earlybird price closes \*TOMORROW\*

Just a short reminder that if you want to come to Kernel Conference Australia at the earlybird price of $195, then you've got until the end of this Friday, 12 June, to get your registration happening.




If you're interested in any of these areas:


  • linux kernel crypto services

  • ZFS deduplication

  • cross-architecture OS and driver porting

  • packet filtering and QOS

  • TCP/IP protocol security

  • bug finding tools for OpenSource Operating Systems

  • network virtualisation, or

  • how a DB engine can really hurt your system




then Kernel Conference Australia is definitely for you.

Dates: 15 - 17 July, 2009
Venue: Queensland Brain Institute, University of Queensland

The student price is still $95, too.

For full abstracts please see http://wikis.sun.com/display/KCA2009/KCA2009+Conference+Agenda

For the conference homepage, see http://au.sun.com/sunnews/events/2009/kernel/

And for registration, Go Without Delay To

https://www.conveneit.com/secure/sun/kernel_jul_09/

I look forward to seeing you there.

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