Exclusive Event Gathering Bring Corporate End Users and the Linux Developer Community to Accelerate Problem Solving and Advance the Linux Platform
On Oct 13-14, 2008, the Linux Foundation is hosting the End User Summit in Manhattan at the Desmond Tutu Center. Intel is a Founding Member of the Linux Foundation, a non-profit consortium founded by leading Linux and open source companies that is dedicated to fostering the growth of Linux by promoting, protecting and standardizing the platform.
This event gathers the leaders of the Linux developer community to collaborate with CTOs, architects and senior IT representatives from the largest and most dynamic end users in the world to accelerate problem solving and advance the Linux platform. This is the first event of its kind to bring together high performance end users with the highest level Linux community developers. The two day conference will be a unique opportunity for education and interaction between these two groups.
The event gathers a top list of attendees and speakers including Anthony Williams, Author of Wikinomics, How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything, senior executives from Novell and RedHat, CTOs from leading End Users, and a great set of kernel developers including Andrew Morton, James Bottomley, Jonathan Corbet, Ted Tso and many others.
Apply to attend now as there are limited seats available.