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POSSCON 2012 - World class open source conference for $99 - Scott McNealy, maddog, Bdale, Jim Jagielski, many others

From: user 3.
Sent on: Tuesday, January 31, 2012 4:21 PM
Hi, I'm a member of the Columbia Linux User Group and I'd like to
personally invite you to POSSCON 2012.

The Palmetto Open Source Software Conference, now in its fifth year,
is one of the largest open source conferences in the Southeast and
will be held March 28-29 in nearby Columbia, South Carolina.

The event will be headlined by Scott McNealy, co-founder of Sun
Microsystems and one of the most influential and frequently quoted
people in the history of IT. Other world-class speakers include Larry
Augustin; CEO, SugarCRM; Dr. Douglas Maughan, Director, Department of
Homeland Security, Cyber Security Division; Jim Jagielski, Co-Founder
and President, Apache Software Foundation; Chris Aniszcyck, Open
Source Manager, Twitter, Inc.; Maddog Hall, Founder, Linux
International; Bdale Garbee, Chief Technologist for Linux and Open
Source, HP, and many others.

POSSCON brings together developers and business leaders together in a
fun, professional environment to discuss and learn about the latest
open source technologies and how to use them in your organization.
Bringing the best of open source concepts to the business world is
what makes this conference unique. As Jim Jagielski said last year,
"Imagine if OSCON and OSBC had a baby: its name would be POSSCON." In
addition, the conference always has good turnout from the government
and healthcare sectors, many of whom are still learning all that open
source has to offer.

Early, early bird registration ends TODAY, January 31st, so register
now for the best deal. Please let me know if you have questions and we
look forward to seeing you in March!


Jeremy Bicha

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