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June 2014 Brings Bumper Crop of Xen Project Talks to the US

The month of June has a variety of Xen Project talks available to conference attendees across the United States:

CentOS Dojo, Cincinnati Ohio, June 4

First, for people in the Cincinnati Ohio area, there is the CentOS Dojo meeting on Wednesday, June 4.  At 1:30 PM, Xen Project Evangelist Russell Pavlicek will speak on “Using and Understanding Xen4CentOS.”  Registration for the event can be found on the CentOS Dojo site.

Texas Linux Fest, Austin Texas, June 13-14

For those who can’t make it to Ohio, Russell will be reprising the Xen4CentOS talk at Texas Linux Fest conference during the Lightning Talks.  Be there on Saturday evening, June 14 to take it in.  And while you’re there, drop in on Russell’s Open Source talk “Geek Empowerment: The Real Heart of Open Source” at 1:30 PM.  Registration costs as little as US$30 for the entire event, so don’t miss out if you are in the greater Austin area.

SouthEast LinuxFest, Charlotte North Carolina, June 20-22

And finally, folks near Charlotte, NC can attend two different Xen Project talks at SouthEast LinuxFest.  On Friday June 20 at 9 AM, listen to Russell as he presents “Introduction to the Security Features of the Xen Project Hypervisor.”  Then stick around until Sunday at 1:30 PM to learn about “Xen Project 4.4 Features and Futures.”  Plus, Russ will be delivering his “Geek Empowerment” talk on Sunday at 10:15 AM.    The SELF conference is community run and free of charge, so register today!

And don’t forget to submit talks to the Events Calendar

Do you know of other Xen Project presentations coming up in the weeks ahead?  They won’t appear in our events calendar unless you post them there.  Login to XenProject.org and submit the information to let others know about more opportunities to learn about Xen Project.


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