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Another reason to register and attend Kernel Conference Australia

Hello everybody,
If you were still in need of a reason to come to Kernel Conference
Australia, how about this:

Brendan Gregg, author of the DTraceToolkit and member of the
Fishworks team at Sun Microsystems

is going to be presenting on DTrace at Kernel Conference Australia.

Here's a short bio entry:

Brendan Gregg is a staff engineer in the Fishworks group at Sun Microsystems
where he works on a wide range of kernel and user-land technologies,
especially those related to performance. He is the creator of the
DTraceToolkit and is the co-author of "Solaris Performance and Tools".
His recent projects include writing the DTrace IP provider, the Fishworks
BUI dashboard, and the ZFS L2ARC.

Brendan has previously worked as a system administrator, Sun instructor
and consultant in the Asia-Pacific region, and was based in Sydney, Australia.
He is currently living in San Francisco, California, where he misses cricket
and rugby on TV.

So don't delay any longer, seats are limited and running out.

It's not just about Sun's technologies, it's about Open Source.

Remember - innovation happens _everywhere_ (and DTrace is available
on Mac OS X and FreeBSD).

If you cannot come along, please make sure that our customers
know about this conference, and strongly encourage them to come.
It's rare for Australia to get an opportunity like this, so you
and they should make the most of it.

Dates:    15 - 17 July
Venue:    Queensland Brain Institute, University of Queensland

Conference homepage

Full abstracts

Registration page

Students                        $95
regular price                   $300

Corporate pricing               $195 per person
(please talk with Gabriele
DeCelis directly)

I look forward to seeing you at Kernel Conference Australia.

Best regards,
James C. McPherson
Senior Kernel Software Engineer, Solaris
Sun Microsystems
Kernel Conference Australia -

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