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2001 USENIX Annual Technical Conference, June 25-30, 2001, Boston, MA
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Tutorials: Overview | By Day (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday) | By Instructor | All in One File

NEW SCHEDULE FORMAT: The Tutorials are Monday–Wednesday this year

Monday, June 25, 2001    
M1 Network Security Profiles: A Collection (Hodgepodge) of Stuff Hackers Know About You
M2 Building Linux Applications  NEW
M3 Advanced Topics in Perl Programming
M4 Topics for System Administrators, 1  NEW
M5 Sendmail Configuration and Operation (Updated for Sendmail 8.12)
M6 Blueprints for High Availability: Designing Resilient Distributed Systems
M7 Exploring the Potential of LDAP  NEW
M8 Large Heterogeneous Networks: Planning, Building, and Maintaining Them While Staying Sane  NEW
M9 Communicating in Difficult Situations  NEW
M10 Wireless Networking Fundamentals: WANs, LANs, and PANs  NEW
Tuesday, June 26, 2001    
T1 Internet Security for UNIX & Linux System Administrators
T2 Perl for System Administration—The Power and the Praxis  NEW
T3 Advanced CGI Techniques Using Perl
T4 UNIX Network Programming Topics  NEW
T5 Cryptography Decrypted  NEW
T6 Network Design for High Availability  NEW
T7 Advanced Solaris Systems Administration Topics
T8 Forensic Computer Investigations: Principles and Procedures  NEW
T9 Basic Management Techniques  NEW
T10 Practical Wireless IP Security and Connectivity: How to Use It Safely  NEW
Wednesday, June 27, 2001    
W1 Running Web Servers Securely  NEW
W2 Hacking Exposed: LIVE!
W3 Inside the Linux Kernel
W4 Network Programming with Perl  NEW
W5 Cryptographic Algorithms Revealed
W6 System and Network Performance Tuning
W7 Configuring and Administering Samba Servers
W8 Computer Crime: Investigating Computer-Based Evidence  NEW
W9 Solaris Internals: Architecture, Tips, and Tidbits
W10 Panning for Gold: What System Logs Tell You About Your Network Security  NEW
To meet your needs, the Tutorial Program at the USENIX Annual Technical Conference provides in-depth, immediately useful instruction in the latest techniques, effective tools, and best strategies. USENIX tutorials survey the topic, then dive right into the specifics of what to do and how to do it. Instructors are well-known experts in their fields, selected for their ability to teach complex subjects. Attend the tutorials at USENIX '01 and take valuable skills back to your company or organization. Register now to guarantee your first choice—seating is limited.

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Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

USENIX provides Continuing Education Units for a small additional administrative fee. The CEU is a nationally recognized standard unit of measure for continuing education and training, and is used by thousands of organizations. Each tutorial qualifies for 0.6 CEUs. You can request CEU credit by completing the CEU section on the registration form. USENIX provides a certificate for each attendee taking a tutorial for CEU credit and maintains transcripts for all CEU students. CEUs are not the same as college credits. Consult your employer or school to determine their applicability.

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