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The inaugural Summit for Educators in System Administration (SESA) will bring together university educators to share best practices and support the creation and advancement of high-quality system administration degree programs and curricula. At SESA ’13, we will discuss topics important to educators who teach system administration-related courses at universities and colleges, develop courses, and build curricula. We hope to engage all attendees to share ideas and best practices and together create a community of sysadmin educators. System administrators who have taught courses at their university or college are also invited to join and share their experiences.
The daylong program includes Charles Border's Keynote Address, "How Big-Web and Devops Changes Academic Programs in System Administration," seven presentations, and five workshops.
SESA '13 will be co-located with LISA '13, the 27th Large Installation System Administration Conference, November 3–8, 2013.