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The 451 Group at LinuxWorld SF 2007Raven Zachary, August 7, 2007 @ 2:18 am ET
Jay Lyman and I are in San Francisco this week for LinuxWorld 2007. I was planning to post an entry last week with an invitation for people to reach out to the two of us for meetings during the event. However, Jay and I are booked solid for the entire conference. 40 meetings. Seriously. Laugh now while we are crying with exhaustion later on. For the duration of the conference, we’re on at 8am and in meetings and sessions all day, with the evenings saved for dinner and writing. If you are still in the process of trying to confirm a meeting time with one of us this week, please follow-up with a request for a call when we’re back in Portland.
On Tuesday morning at 10:15am, squeezed in between my 14 meetings for the day, I will be moderating a panel entitled, ‘Real-world Interoperability in Heterogeneous Environments‘ with Sam Ramji (Microsoft), Monica Kumar (Oracle), Tom Kemp (Centrify), and Justin Steinman (Novell). Thanks to John Mark Walker from Hyperic for putting this panel together and serving as the Interoperability Track Chair. It should be an interesting conversation due to the panelists and the fact that it’s during day one, when session attendance is high and audience participation is at its peak.
Oh, and if you must meet with me during LinuxWorld, I think that my 2am slot on Thursday is still open.
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