[Gllug] LinuxWorld Conference & Expo Free Registration (fwd)

Chris Bell chrisbell at overview.demon.co.uk
Mon Aug 23 17:37:46 UTC 2004

Chris Bell
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Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2004 17:54:49 +0100
From: LinuxWorld <update at xpoevents.com>
To: chrisbell at overview.demon.co.uk
Subject: LinuxWorld Conference & Expo Free Registration

LinuxWorld 2004 goes from strength to strength and you can register now for free - but not for long!

With an extensive conference programme and an unrivalled line up of exhibitors and sponsors LinuxWorld Expo & Conference 2004 is the UK's only major event for the Linux and Open Source market.

Free registration closes this Friday so this is your last chance to book in advance and save the £15 on the door ticket price - from Friday 27th August advance tickets will be charged at half price.

LinuxWorld will take place at London’s Olympia Two Exhibition Centre from Weds 6th – Thurs 7th October 2004. Exhibitors include our platinum sponsors Hewlett Packard, Novell, Sun and Veritas and they are joined by our media partners Linux
 Format, Linux Pro, Computing, IT Week, Linux Magazine.  Other exhibitors that have reserved space include: ADA, Addison UK, CGram Software, Cyclades, EsEda, Equinox, Holborn Books, My SQL, OpenForum Europe, Rackspace, SchoolLinux, SGI, S
ybase, Thawte – and the developer participants in the popular ‘.Org Village sponsored by UKLINUX.NET and Linux Magazine’.

Bob Denton, chief executive at XPO Events explained: “The merger of Linux Expo UK, LinuxWorld and Linux User & Developer Show has quickly established LinuxWorld Conference & Expo as THE annual event for the open source industry. As the li
st above shows it has already attracted a strong and broad exhibitor line-up with a number of new exhibitors.”

“Linux has enjoyed an unprecedented growth in market share and is now being adopted by a number of key industry sectors (in particular the public and financial sectors), which have recognised the operating system’s unique benefits.  The c
onference programme will reflect this”.

The conference is chaired by Graham Taylor of Open Forum Europe and the opening address given by John ‘Maddog’ Hall, President, Linux International Inc.   The conference is arranged in four themed half-day sessions featuring detailed case
 studies from many sectors.  These are punctuated with keynote addresses, product presentations and the Great Linux Debates each lunchtime.  Education is the major thrust, providing training and accreditation for Linux users working in a 
wide variety of roles across a broad range of industries.

Linux World Conference & Expo has been designed for CEOs, CTOs, IT directors and managers, system and network administrators, software developers and business managers. It will provide key information and highlight strategies to reduce co
sts, while increasing reliability and efficiency through the use of open source technology.

For more information on LinuxWorld Conference & Expo please visit http://www.linuxworldexpo.co.uk or call 01628 401956

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