USENIX Federated Conferences Week (FCW '12)
Join us for the 2012 USENIX Federated Conferences Week (FCW '12), which will take place June 12-15, 2012, in Boston, MA.
Back for 2012, USENIX is combining established conferences and workshops into a week of research, trends, and community interaction. Events include USENIX ATC '12, WebApps '12, HotCloud '12, HotStorage '12, TaPP '12, NSDR '12, WiAC '12, UCMS '12, and USENIX Cyberlaw '12. USENIX is again making it easy to customize your program to meet your needs. Your daily registration gets you into all the events happening that day. Plus, registration packages offer expanded discounts: the more days you attend, the more you save!
Register by May 21 and save! Additional discounts and packages are available.
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