As part of the UniForum '97 pre-conference activities on Mar. 10 and 11, the UniForum Association and Usenix will again present tutorials on a variety of useful and interesting topics in IT. UniForum and Usenix have partnered on offering tutorials at the annual conferences for several years. It's proven to be a productive collaboration, combining and leveraging Usenix's more technical presentations on Unix development with UniForum's management-oriented tutorials, covering all open systems topics to give UniForum attendees the opportunity to select those tutorials that best address their needs. All tutorials will be held at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco.
UniForum and Usenix have partnered on offering tutorials at the annual conferences for several years.
UniForum will offer tutorials in the following topic areas:
- Unix and Advanced Internet Security
- Navigating Through Middleware Choices--TP Monitors to Distributed Objects
- You Can Develop Marketing Excellence on the World Wide Web
Usenix is the Unix and Advanced Computing Systems Technical and Professional Association. Since 1975, Usenix has brought together the community of engineers, system administrators, scientists and technicians working on the cutting edge of the computing world. SAGE, the System Administrators Guild, a special technical group within Usenix, is dedicated to the recognition and advancement of the profession of system administration.
The Usenix tutorials will be:
- Topics in Solaris System Administration
- Hubs, Bridges and Routers: The Tools of Networking
- Setting Up and Administering a Web Server
- Selected Topics in System Administration
Java Applets and the AWT
For more information on UniForum '97 and to register for the conference and trade show, please go to the Web site at www.uniforum97.com.
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