[FreeBSD-Announce] vBSDcon Is Coming: Oct 25 - 27, 2013 in Herndon, VA

Miller, Vincent (Rick) vmiller at verisign.com
Thu Oct 3 18:06:08 UTC 2013

vBSDcon is a BSD-related conference occurring *this month* from 25th – 27th, just 3 weeks away in the DC Metropolitan area.  At a cost of only USD$75, the time to register for this event is now!  vBSDcon has an amazing list of speakers from the FreeBSD and OpenBSD communities, but participation from all sectors of the community is encouraged.  Our list of speakers and their respective topics can be reviewed at http://www.vbsdcon.com/.

In addition to plenary speakers, vBSDcon will also have lightning talks.  The topics for these talks is chosen by you!  When attendees register for vBSDcon at http://www.vbsdcon.com/, you are given the opportunity to identify subjects and areas of interest to you.  This will be translated into a lightning talk to be given by one of our attendees.

Be sure not to miss this event hosted by Verisign!  This is your opportunity to come together with others in the BSD communities for a series of roundtable discussions, educational sessions, best practice conversations, and exclusive networking opportunities.

Registrations will be accepted now through October 23rd at http://www.vbsdcon.com/.  We look forward to seeing you all there!

Vincent (Rick) Miller
Systems Engineer
vmiller at verisign.com<mailto:vmiller at verisign.com>

t: 703-948-4395  m: 703-581-3068
12061 Bluemont Way, Reston, VA  20190


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