[RndTbl] Fwd: Exclusively at the Summit: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
Gilbert E. Detillieux
gedetil at cs.umanitoba.ca
Thu Mar 29 12:25:55 CDT 2007
Just FYI, in case any of you might be interested in going to San Diego
in May for the Red Hat Summit...
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Subject: Exclusively at the Summit: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2007 13:15:55 -0400
From: Red Hat <summitl at info.redhat.com>
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Red Hat Summit San Diego | May 9 - 11, 2007
Want to learn the new technologies in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5?
Attend the Red Hat Summit and become an expert.
Pressures at work? Have more to manage with a constrained IT budget? At
the Red Hat Summit, you'll get the hands-on, technical instruction you
need to save your company money and increase productivity using the new
technology in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.
Did you miss the launch? Watch the videos
and see what's new in version 5.
The agenda is available online
but here's a glimpse of the Enterprise Linux 5 info available
exclusively at the Summit.
1.) Red Hat Enterprise Linux Product Family Review
2.) SELinux: Best practices and what's new in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
3.) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, Yum and You
Escape to sunny San Diego
May 9-11 and boost your Enterprise Linux 5 IQ. For $1349, experience
three day's of innovative sessions with six tracks to choose from. Three
night's hotel accommodations. And all conference meals and evening
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