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1999 USENIX Annual Technical Conference
June 6-11, 1999
Monterey, California, USA


Wednesday, June 9, 1999

IP Telephony - Protocols and Architectures
Melinda Shore, Nokia IP Telephony Division
Format: PDF / Powerpoint

Will There Be an IPv6 Transition?
Allison Mankin, USC/Information Sciences Institute
Format: HTML

Paving over Road-Kill on the Info Superhighway: Observations on the State of the Art in Incident Handling
Jim Duncan, Cisco Systems

Thursday, June 10

Gizmo Databases
Margo Seltzer, Harvard University and Sleepycat Software
Format: PDF / Powerpoint / Postscript

Deploying IP Multicast
David Meyer, Cisco Systems

The Joys of Interpretive Languages: Real Programmers Don't Always Use C
Henry Spencer, SP Systems

E-mail Bombs, Countermeasures, and the Langley Cyber Attack
Tim Bass, Consultant

Friday, June 11

Big Data and the Next Wave of InfraStress Problems, Solutions, Opportunities
John R. Mashey, Silicon Graphics/Cray Research
Format: PDF

What's Wrong with HTTP and Why It Doesn't Matter
Jeffrey Mogul, Compaq Western Research Lab
Format: PDF / Postscript

UNIX to Linux in Perspective
Peter Salus, UNIX Historian


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