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I run Perl Training Australia [] with pjf [] and do a lot of the course writing and maintenance. I also organise the courses we run, so if you want one, just ask. I hang around a bit on Perlmonks [] and also help run Melbourne Perl Mongers [].

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Wednesday February 27, 2008
09:56 PM

SAGE-AU 2008 Call for Participation (Adelaide, Australia)

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Please forward this invitation to anyone you feel would be interested. For all information, contacts and updates, see the SAGE-AU conference web site.

16th Annual System Administrators' Conference (SAGE-AU 2008)

The System Administrators' Guild of Australia

Adelaide, 11-15th August 2008

SAGE-AU was formed to advance the profession of System Administration by raising awareness of the need for System Administrators, and educating System Administrators in technical as well as professional issues. Our yearly conference provides a forum for System Administrators of all platforms and levels of experience to gather together and share their experiences. Further it provides an excellent opportunity to meet and network with acknowledged experts in the field.

SAGE-AU 2008 will be held in Adelaide from the 11th-15th August.

Tutorial Program: 11th - 13th August

SAGE-AU 2008 will include three days of tutorials of both 3 hours and 6 hours duration. Previous years have included tutorials on topics such as:

  • Automating Windows Vista
  • Change Management
  • Issues in Unix Infrastructure Design
  • Management-101

For more details and to submit your proposal(s), visit our Call for Technical Presentations

Technical Program: 14th - 15th August

For the first year, two parallel streams will be running. If your job includes looking after systems, networks, or machines for which you are not the sole-user, we'd love to hear you speak!

Previous years have included talks on topics such as:

  • Security
  • Wireless Networks
  • System Administration Ethics
  • Virtualisation
  • Standards (and Compliance)

For more details and to submit your proposal(s), visit our Call for Technical Presentations

If you have any questions or require assistance with your submission, please don't hesitate to ask!

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