VM and Linux Workshop 2012, University of Kentucky
VM Workshop lives!
For those who have not heard, the VM Workshop, that incredibly geeky even from last century, has been resurrected. Naturally, with Linux being such a big part of virtualization, and Linux on System z being an increasingly popular business platform, the party is now called "VM and Linux Workshop". But it's the same awesome gathering of system programmers with limitted adult supervision.
Last year, we gathered at the Ohio State University. This year, the University of Kentucky will be our host. In keeping with workshop tradition, dormitory residence is one of the options for accommodations. (Not mandatory. You can stay at a hotel. You can even bring your RV if you like, as long as you share your satellite internet service.) And the price can't be beat: $100 for the full conference.
If you are using Linux on System z, this conference is for you.
If you are using z/VM, this conference is for you.
For more information, and to register, see the workshop web site ...
That's right ... $100 for three days of high-tech hob-knobbing.
-- R; <><
|by sirsanta||May 30, 2012 |
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