The Technical BSD Conference
, a BSD conference aimed at users and developers of BSD based systems,
will be held at University of Ottawa, May 12-13, 2006. The call for papers closes soon. If you’re been working with BSD,
I urge you to contact the BSDCan group and tell them what you’ve been doing. Not all presentations need to be formal papers.
In addition, works in progress will also be considered.
BSDCan has quickly taken over the void left by the demise of BSDCon and immediately surpassed it in size to
become a popular and respected event on the BSD calendar. BSDCan is fortunate to have wide support from
the various BSD communities.
For more information, see BSDCan 2006
What’s at BSDCan for you?
There are many reasons to attend BSDCan.
- Although it is a technical conference,
there are subjects that will appeal to novices as well as experts. Have a look
at the 2005 schedule.
get to meet and listen to well-known developers and authors, not to mention
users just like you.
- It’s a great way to meet people and get involved with the
various BSD Communities.
- Hear about new and interesting projects.
- Learn about things you’d otherwise never heard about.
- Have a really good time.
If you have any doubts, Google for BSDCan and have a look for yourself at what
other people are saying.