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Info. on an IBM conference:

-bill!


----- Forwarded message from Nisha Kumar <nishakum@us.ibm.com> -----

Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2001 15:00:43 -0500
From: "Nisha Kumar" <nishakum@us.ibm.com>
Subject: Your Solutions start here...with Linux!

Your name is listed as the contact for your Linux User Group.  We thought
that your members would be interested in knowing about this IBM conference
because of it's extensive Linux content.  But if you'd like us to refrain
from sending you e-mails on this topic in the future, just send a reply
e-mail and use the word "remove" in the subject line.

Otherwise, we respectfully request that you consider posting the following
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and event posters upon request.

For the past two years, Solutions, The IBM Technical Developer Conference
has become the place to meet, learn and test-drive the latest advances in
IBM's open architecture and integrated solutions. Now, in its third year,
and in a new location (San Francisco), the conference  has grown to become
IBM's largest gathering of developers.

Solutions, The IBM Technical Developer Conference will again provide an
excellent source of Linux technical information that can keep your business
ahead of the pack. This year's event, on August 13-16, 2001 in San
Francisco, features key speakers Jon "Maddog" Hall and  Kent Beck and
provides a plethora of Linux technology-related information that you won't
want to miss.
Just visit: http://www-3.ibm.com/events/solutionsevent/index.html?eisource

Linux technology specific sessions are already scheduled and many of the
sessions have accompanying hands-on labs. There will also be additional
hands-on classes in the other technology areas, such as XML, Java,
Wireless, as well as IBM product areas including WebSphere, Data
Management, Lotus and Tivoli. Full session descriptions, times, and dates
are available through the Agenda Builder.  Please note that attendance in
all hands-on sessions requires that you reserve your place in advance.
Just visit:  http://216.140.182.181/solutions/login.jsp

Key Linux Technology Sessions:

? mySAP Technology on Linux
?    AIX, Linux and IBM: The IBM UNIX Strategy
? ASP Futures: IBM ASP Prime and Intel Architecture, Solutions and
  Technologies for Today and Tomorrow
? BOF: ASP Prime Powers e-business with Host-Ready Applications
? BOF: Linux Scalability
? e-infrastructure Game Plan
? IBM eServer pSeries AIX Affinity with Linux
? IBM S/390 and zSeries Security Update
? IBM's Linux Strategy
? Intel Itanium Processor Platform and Data Management Solutions
? Introducing WebSphere Commerce Suite V 5.1 for Developers
? J2EE Team Development Using WebSphere Studio Application Developer and
  Rational ClearCase
? Linux - The New OS Game Changer
? Linux Clusters for e-business
? Linux for S/390 Update
? Migrating from PostgreSQL to DB2 Universal Database on Linux
? New Software Pricing for IBM Mainframes and How ISV's Plan to Participate
? New Technology Development and Integration on iSeries
? Providing ASP Services on IBM iSeries
? Setting up Linux on S/390 with VM TCP/IP
? and more!

Hands-on Labs Tutorials:
? Installing and Configuring the Small Business Suite for Linux
? Managing Linux in a Heterogeneous Environment
? Red Hat Linux Training
? Systems Management with Caldera Volution
? The Care and Feeding of WebSphere Application Server (WAS) on Linux

For more information, or to register for the conference, visit us on the
Web or call 1-800-628-5219 (in North America) or +1-770-399-3174 (outside
North America). Please call for group discounts (3 or more registrations at
the same time).
     $1195 - Regular price
     $1395 - On-site price
     $450  for a 1-day pass  and  $692 for a 2-day pass

We hope to see you in San Francisco!

Solutions, The IBM Technical Developer Conference
August 13-16, 2001
The Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA
http://www-3.ibm.com/events/solutionsevent/index.html?eisource


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