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Speakers set for Texas Linux Fest 2012

From:  Larry Cafiero <larry-AT-socallinuxexpo.org>
To:  txlf-announce-AT-lists.texaslinuxfest.org
Subject:  Speakers set for Texas Linux Fest 2012
Date:  Wed, 11 Jul 2012 13:42:08 -0700
Message-ID:  <4FFDE520.7050808@socallinuxexpo.org>
Archive-link:  Article

SPEAKERS SET FOR TEXAS LINUX FEST; KEYNOTER TO FOLLOW

SAN ANTONIO -- A wide spectrum of topics will be covered at Texas Linux 
Fest 2012, and the event announces the session speakers have been chosen 
for the Aug. 3-4 expo in San Antonio.

Topics cover nearly all aspects of free/open source software -- ranging 
from security to the cloud to tablets to file systems.

The keynote speaker for Texas Linux Fest 2012 will be announced soon.

A partial list of topics and speakers for Texas Linux Fest 2012 include:

    *

      "Building software-based NAS using Gluster," given by Thomas Cameron

    *

      "How to Create Your Own Cloud," by Joe Brockmeier

    *

      "Introduction to FreeNAS 8.3," by Dru Lavigne

    *

      "Get to Know btrfs," by Carlos Alva

    *

      "Introduction to PC-BSD 9," by Kris Moore

    *

      "Security's Worst Practices," by Gary Smith

    *

      "Linux Kernel Debugging Techniques," by Vaitheeshwar Ramachandran

    *

      "Reimagining the Command Line for the Tablet Age," by Ramalingam
      Saravanan

    *

      "Linux Audio: Pro-Audio Basics," by Gabriel Beddingfield

A complete list of speakers can be found at 
http://2012.texaslinuxfest.org/sessions

Texas Linux Fest will be held on Aug. 3-4 at the Norris Conference 
Center in San Antonio. Special hotel rates at the adjacent Springhill 
Suites are $99 per night. For more information on the location and 
lodging discounts, visit 
http://2012.texaslinuxfest.org/news/txlf-2012-registratio...

Register for Texas Linux Fest 2012 at 
https://register.texaslinuxfest.org/reg6/

For more information about Texas Linux Fest 2012, visit 
http://2012.texaslinuxfest.org



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