Next week: ApacheCon in New Orleans
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I'm heading to New Orleans next week for ApacheCon and will be (wo)manning the camera for our Live streaming. I hope to see you there!
If, however, you can't make the trip, never fear – we've got your Live streaming November 5-7 right here:
* System Administration (Wednesday)
* Security (Thursday)
* Administration (Friday)
In addition to seeing the speaker as he or she talks, you can also see their slides at the same time and chat with other participants online. Linux Pro Magazine subscribers can take advantage of a 20 percent discount, too.
Find out more at:
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