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Join the Most Technical Mardi Gras Parade In History

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I’m pleased to announce the schedules for LinuxCon and CloudOpen happening this September in New Orleans. We had more submissions than ever and narrowing them down was probably the most difficult process we’ve ever had. And yes we will have a parade from the conference to one of the parties; I bet it will have more C developers marching than any other Mardi Gras parade in history.

Here are a handful of my favorites for this year:

LinuxCon North America

* The Changing Kernel Development Process, by Jonathan Corbet, LWN.net

* A Practical Tutorial to Open Sourcing Proprietary Technology, by Ibrahim Haddad, Samsung

* Will Parallel Programming Ever Become Routine, presented by Paul E. McKenney, IBM

* Case Study: Doing a Live Upgrade of Many Thousand Servers

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