2008 USENIX Annual Technical Conference

Sunday, June 22, 2008 - 5:00pm
Boston, MA
June 22-27,2008 Boston, MA

We have arranged for members and regular attendees of our meetings to get a $50 discount from USENIX conference registration fees. Use priority code BOS08 when registering to get the discount. The conference has lots of good tutorials and some outstanding keynote speakers. Detailed information about the USENIX conference is available at 2008 USENIX Annual Technical Conference

A brief review of some highlights from the conference is now online at USENIX 2008 Overview.

The 3-day training program at USENIX '08 includes:

  • Bruce Potter on Botnets: Understanding and Defense
  • Peter Baer Galvin on Solaris 10 Administration
  • Phil Cox on Securing Virtual Environments
  • Alan Robertson on Configuring and Deploying Linux-HA

The full training program can be found at USENIX '08 Training Track

In addition to the training, 3 days of technical sessions include refereed papers, invited talks, Guru Is In sessions, and a poster session.
USENIX '08 Technical Track

Invited talks feature:

  • Keynote Address by David Patterson, Director, U.C. Berkeley Parallel Computing Laboratory, on "The Parallel Revolution Has Started: Are You Part of the Solution or Part of the Problem?"
  • Plenary Closing Session by Matthew Melis of the NASA Glenn Research Center on "The Columbia Accident Investigation and Returning NASA's Space Shuttle to Flight"
  • Robert J. Lang on "From Flapping Birds to Space Telescopes: The Modern Science of Origami"

The refereed papers track provides a look into current research and practices on in-demand topics.

For complete program information and to register, see USENIX '08 Program


See the USENIX website, but don't forget to use our priority code BOS08 to get $50 off.

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