[bsdcan-announce] BSDCan 2009 - where to go?
dan at langille.org
Fri May 1 18:22:19 BST 2009
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As I type this, BSDCan starts in 5 days. The afternoon sessions of the
tutorials will have just started.
In this email:
- - room locations
- - ethernet cables
- - BSD Certification
- - Mother's Day
Everything is close to residence. The tutorials will be in Desmarais, a
short walk towards downtown. Most talks will be in Monpetit (a few will
be in Morisett). See the maps for locations.
The schedule has been updated with the room numbers
The map has also been updated:
If you are staying in residence, you'll need a network cable to connect
to the internet. Or better still, bring a WAP and share it. Bring
extension cords and multi-plugs to help out your fellow res-stayers.
Take the BSDA certification.
The BSD Certification Group Inc. is a non-profit organization committed
to creating and maintaining a global certification standard for system
administration on BSD based operating systems.
See http://www.bsdcan.org/2009/schedule/events/153.en.html for details.
In Canada and USA, Mother's Day 2009 is May 10th. That is the Sunday
right after the last day of BSDCan. Remember to arrange those cards,
flowers, and chocolates early. I will remind you at BSDCan.
BSDCan - The Technical BSD Conference : http://www.bsdcan.org/
PGCon - The PostgreSQL Conference: http://www.pgcon.org/
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