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NYCBUG July 7th Meeting: Brandon Palmer of Secure Architectures with OpenBSD

Contributed by grey on from the late updates on timely issues from the road, yay 3day weekends dept.

Thanks to George from NYCBUG for writing in:

This month's New York City *BSD User Group meeting will feature Brandon Palmer, one of the authors of Secure Architecures with OpenBSD.

The meeting is on Wednesday, July 7th, from 6 to 8 pm at the Soho Apple Store Theater at 103 Prince Street in Manhattan.

You can get more information, including directions, on the NYCBUG web site

All NYCBUG meetings are free and open to the public.

Copies of the book, co-authored with Jose Nazario, will be available.

We're sorry about the delayed posting of this story, and hope that anyone in the area can attend!

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  1. By George (68.167.40.237) george at nycbug dot org on www.nycbug.org

    Thanks for posting. . .We'll also have some BSD Mall copies of Brandon & Jose's book for sale...g

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    1. By X (81.56.211.110) on

      why noone talk about this book: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0764539337/qid=1088354523/sr=1-8/ref=sr_1_8/102-1133786-5686519?v=glance&s=books

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      1. By Anonymous Coward (212.113.164.98) on

        this book will not be published anymore

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        1. By x (81.56.211.110) on

          Why ? still available in Europe

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          1. By George (68.237.244.93) on

            A little bit of confusion here. . .There are two books being talked about. . .

            Brandon Palmer and Jose Nazario's book is available:

            http://www.pearson.ch/pageid/34/artikel/19366AW1/Addison-Wesley/0321193660/SecureArchitectureswith.aspx

            *This* book is unavailable. . .

            http://bsdmall.com/opse.html

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