Fwd: [Seattle-SAGE] LISA'05 San Diego Dec 4-9

James Affeld jamesaffeld at yahoo.com
Fri Nov 11 19:08:23 PST 2005


Naturally, all the stuff I want to get to the most is
all at the same time.  

Any words of advice for a LISA newb?  

Looking forward to being a kid in a clue store.
--- Peter Mui <pmui at usenix.org> wrote:

> To: members at lists.seattle-sage.org
> From: Peter Mui <pmui at usenix.org>
> Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2005 20:50:15 -0500
> Subject: [Seattle-SAGE] LISA'05 San Diego Dec 4-9
> 
> (Hi, is the following an appropriate posting to this
> list?  We don't  
> want to be perceived as spamming.  Thanks! -Peter)
> 
> ===================================================
> Join us in San Diego for the 19th Large Installation
> System
> Administration Conference (LISA'05) at
> http://www.usenix.org/lisa05/ 
> progm
> 
> The one conference to attend! For close to two
> decades LISA
> has been the annual convergence point for the global
> system and network
> administration community. This year's LISA continues
> that tradition of
> innovation with tools and techniques essential to
> your professional and
> technical development.
> 
> NEW! 30 new tutorials, part of a full week's worth
> of great training
> NEW! "Solve My Problem" boards get your questions
> answered
> NEW! Hit the Ground Running tracks: 15-minute talks
> on how to
>                    get started on a particular topic
> 
> TRAINING: Learn from the pros: 6 days and close to
> 60 tutorials,  
> including:
>      * Curtis Preston: Backup on a Budget
>      * Dan Bailey: 802.11 Wireless Network
> Penetration Testing
>      * Richard Bejtlich: Network Security Monitoring
> with Open Source  
> Tools
>      * Jacob Farmer: Disk-to-Disk Backup
>      * Evan Marcus: Disaster Planning and Recovery
>      * Mike Ciaverella and Lee Damon The Seven
> Habits of the Highly  
> Effective Sys Admin
> 
> KEYNOTE: Qi Lu, Yahoo!'s Vice President of
> Engineering: "Scaling Search
>           Beyond the Public Web"
> 
> TECH SESSIONS: 3 days of technical sessions with
> top-notch refereed
> papers, informative invited talks and panels:
>      * Matt Blaze: "Picking Locks with Cryptology"
>      * Kevin Bankston: "How Sysadmins Can Protect
> Free Speech and
>        Privacy on the Electronic Frontier"
>      * Dan Kaminsky: "Network Black Ops: Extracting
> Unexpected
>        Functionality from Existing Networks"
>      * Andrew Cowie: "Modern Trends in UNIX and
> Linux Infrastructure
>        Management"
>      * Terry Slattery: "Silly Network Management
> Tricks"
> 
> GURU SESSIONS: Bring your perplexing technical
> questions to experts at
> LISA's unique Guru Is In sessions.
> 
> EXHIBITS: Explore the latest commercial innovations
> at the Vendor  
> Exhibition.
> 
> LISA is the premier forum for presenting new
> research in system
> administration. We selected papers showcasing
> state-of-the-art work on
> topics including spam/email, intrusion and
> vulnerability detection,
> security, system integrity, and more.  Sign up now
> for early  
> registration
> discounts.
> 
>
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> WHAT:   LISA '05: the 19th(!) Large Installation
> System  
> Administration Conference
> WHEN:   December 4-9, 2005
> WHERE:  San Diego, CA, Town & Country Resort Hotel
> WHO:    System Administrators, Network
> Administrators, CIOs, CTOs,
>          Researchers, Tool Providers, Support and
> Help Desk  
> personnel, etc.
> WHY:    To get to and stay on the cutting edge of
> system administration
> HOW:    Sign up NOW at
> http://www.usenix.org/lisa05/progm
>
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