Linux Journal Announces Linux Lunacy II
Conference programs range from "Introduction to the Linux Kernel" and "The Zen of UNIX" to "Application Development with Python," "Digital Forensics Using Open Source Tools" and "Vim for Vi Users." A Linux Lunacy conference package is just $995 per person for the entire week.
The seven-day cruise will depart from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on October 20 with stops in the Bahamas, Jamaica and Mexico. More information on Linux Lunacy and registration forms can be found on-line at http://geekcruises.com/home/ll2_home.html.
About Geek CruisesGeek Cruises was founded by Neil Bauman of Palo Alto, California. Geek Cruises has partnered with many industry notables and has produced cruise conferences focused on Perl, Java, and XML, to name just a few. Find out more about Geek Cruises and their line of technical conferences at http://www.geekcruises.com/.
About Linux JournalLinux Journal is the premier Linux magazine, dedicated to serving the Linux community and promoting the use of Linux world-wide. A monthly periodical, Linux Journal is currently celebrating its eighth year of publication. Linux Journal may be purchased at all major bookstores and newsstands and may also be ordered by calling 888-66-LINUX, sending e-mail to email@example.com or visiting http://www.linuxjournal.com/. For additional information about Linux Journal send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Geek Cruises Media Relations and Registration:
Neil Bauman, Captain & CEOGeek Cruises, Inc.1430 Parkinson Avenue, Palo Alto, CA, 94301Phone: +1 650-327-3692 / Fax: +1 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca Cassity is the Director of Sales for Linux Journal
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