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[vox] Open Source Business Conference: "Leveraging Open SourceThrough the Enterprise and Beyond the Firewall", March 17-18,San Fran.
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[vox] Open Source Business Conference: "Leveraging Open SourceThrough the Enterprise and Beyond the Firewall", March 17-18,San Fran.

Sent from the folks running & marketing this event... complimentary passes!


Get a year's worth of answers, expert perspective, innovations and
opportunities in two days at OSBC 2010.


Linux Users Group of Davis Members are invited to register for Computerworld's
Open Source Business Conference: Leveraging Open Source Through the Enterprise
and Beyond the Firewall, March 17-18 in San Francisco.
Thanks to our sponsors and event partners we are pleased to offer LUGOD
members a complimentary pass to attend (a $1295 value).

Why You Should Attend

Nowhere else will you hear such a comprehensive perspective on the open source
industry. You'll be able to network with your peers, share strategies and
tactics, and hear some of the most current thinking on open source from the
top experts in the field.

Attend OSBC and takeaway?

* Winning strategies for building and managing applications and services using
  Open Source software
* Compelling examples of how Open Source is saving enterprises costs without
  sacrificing quality or performance
* Beyond Linux: moving to the next generation of Open Source infrastructure and
* Lessons learned: how Web 2.0 companies like Facebook use Open Source to
  scale its enterprise

All from Open Source industry leaders including..

- Jim Whitehurst, CEO of Red Hat, will speak on the changing and evolving
  Open Source market.
- David Recordon, Head of Open Source Initiatives, Facebook on how the wildly
  popular social media site has scaled up using Open Source as a major part
  of its infrastructure.
- Tim O'Reilly, President, O'Reilly Media on the many and varied opportunities
  that Open Source presents
- Bob Sutor, Vice President, Open Source and Linux, IBM on asking the hard
  questions about Open Source software

For a complete look at the OSBC agenda and to register, go to http://www.osbc.com/ehome/index.php?eventid=7578&tabid=3659&discountcode=EOSBCLLUD

Who Should Attend
* IT managers implementing, managing and integrating open source software
* Developers actively developing and modifying open source software
* Legal professionals overseeing the rights of open source projects

Register for OSBC: Leveraging Open Source Through the Enterprise
and Beyond the Firewall March 17-18, 2010 (The Palace Hotel, San Francisco, CA)
and receive a complimentary two-day conference pass (a $1295 value)

OSBC 2010 sponsors include:



NorthBridge Venture Partners


Emerging Solutions:
Black Duck
DLA Piper
Dewey & LeBoeuf
Goodwin Procter

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