OpenBSD Journal

BSDCan 2014 Registrations Open

Contributed by pitrh on from the because-BSDCant-never-accomplished-anything dept.

Registration for the 2014 version of the main and longest running North American BSD conference, BSDCan, is now open. The conference takes place in Ottawa, Canada, on the University of Ottawa campus May 14-15 (tutorials) and May 16-17 (talks). You can register for the conference here.

On the program we have OpenBSD developers

Paul Irofti on Porting OpenBSD to Octeon
Peter Hessler on BGP for spamd synchronization
Henning Brauer on 10 years of OpenBGPd
Ingo Schwarze on New trends in mandoc

in the main conference, supplemented by tutorials on sudo by Michael W. Lucas plus Transitioning to OpenBSD 5.5 and Building the network you need with PF by Peter Hansteen.

The full conference schedule is here, and you can register online before or after making your travel arrangements. Remember, the earliest opportunity to pick up your registration pack is at the Royal Oak pub the evening of the second tutorial day.

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