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2004 USENIX Annual Technical Conference

Date: 27 June-2 July 2004
Location: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Organizer: USENIX Association
Homepage: http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix04/

USENIX has always been the place to present groundbreaking research and cutting-edge practices in a wide variety of technologies and environments. We've listened to your feedback and are reorganizing the conference. In 2004, we are going to offer an expanded program, with more tutorials, more new research, more security breakthroughs, more sessions devoted to Linux and open source software, more practical approaches to the puzzles and problems you wrestle with.

Join the community of programmers, developers, and systems professionals in sharing solutions and fresh ideas. Earn the respect of your peers: participate by submitting a paper.

USENIX Annual Tech in 2004 will feature:

- 2.5 days of General Sessions—original and innovative papers about modern computing systems
- 2.5 days of FREENIX—a showcase for the latest developments in and interesting applications of free and open source software
- 5 days of content from Special Interest Groups, including UseLinux, Security, and many more
- 6 days of training with up to 30 tutorial offerings
- Famous-name Plenary Sessions every day
- Special social events every evening
- Plus BoFs and Guru Is In Sessions

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