Related link: http://www.ukuug.org/events/linux2005
The conference kicks off with a full day tutorial on “Advanced Networking Configuration” from Steve Whitehouse, Dave Miller, Jamal Hadi Salim and Patrick Caulfield; or two half day tutorials on “Advanced Shell Skills” and “Advanced Editing using Vim”.
Friday through Sunday runs the main conference, with streams on Applications, Case Studies, Desktop usage, Embedded Systems, Filesystems, Productivity, Networking and Security , Virtualisation and the Kernel (more info).
The conference is a good chance to meet others interested in the linux and unix in the UK, and a great way to broaden your knowledge and keep up-to-date with what’s happening in the world of linux. This low-cost event is for anyone with a interest in linux. And for people who have any serious interest in Unix and cross platform applications. While there are many talks discussing in depth the linux kernel, there are far more which sit above the kernel level and apply to the software, whatever OS you are running.
For those who book before the 30th June, the conference fee is only £40 (standard early bird rate; concessions avaiable).
See you there.
linux 2005 website