"There are lots of places to go to get talked
at by smart people. USENIX is the one place
to go to talk with them."
Dan Geer, Chief Scientist, Verdasys Inc.
Attention Managers: Why You Should
Send Your Employees to USENIX '09
Everywhere you look the message is clear: Unemployment is on the rise and those still employed must be even more versatile than ever before. Training at USENIX '09 can help in that endeavor. The 6-day training program at USENIX '09 offers a cost-effective, one-stop shop for training current IT and development employees. Over 30 full- and half-day tutorials taught by the most respected leaders in the field provide an unparalleled opportunity to learn from the best. Tutorials cover a multitude of topics, including open source technologies, system administration, and security. Combining full days of training with days of technical sessions presented by industry experts makes the USENIX '09 experience even more valuable. Additionally, the receptions, Poster Session, and Birds-of-a-Feather Sessions provide your staff with a chance to network with peers and industry leaders to gain that all-important insider IT knowledge that will keep your company current and running smoothly.
Keeping up with technology can be
costly and time-consuming in this unforgiving
economy: take full advantage of
this opportunity to have your staff learn
from the top researchers, practitioners,
and authors all in one place, at one time.
What Past Attendees Have to Say about USENIX Annual Tech
"USENIX is an excellent event. It's very
technical and has a great mix of academic
and industrial attendees."
Andrew Warfield, UBC/Citrix
"ATC is just one of my 'must attend' conferences.
The most important aspect is meeting
peers; the second is the importance of
the technical program."
Geoff Kuenning, Harvey Mudd College
"I came to USENIX Annual Tech because I
was interested in getting exposure to new
technologies and trends and learning about
what is 'hot' in the industry."
Emily Gladstone Cole, IronPort Systems
"USENIX Annual Tech has always been a
place to stay current on the interesting
work that interesting people are doing."
Eric Allman, original author of Sendmail
and CTO of Sendmail, Inc.