Tom and Strata be teaching and speaking at LISA 2006 in Washington D.C., Dec 3-9, 2006. This is one of our favorite conferences of the year because it is so dam useful. Get your boss to send ya. This year it is in Washington D.C., which makes it easy to get to for all the east-coasters that usually don't get around.
Tom will be speaking/teaching:
|Mon||9am-5pm||Workshop||Managing Sysadmins (co-facilitator)|
|Wed||2pm-3:30||Invited Talk||Site Reliability at Google/My First Year at Google|
|Thu||AM||Tutorial||Time Management: Getting It All Done and Not Going (More) Crazy!|
|Thu||12:30pm-1:30pm||Exhibition||"Meet the Authors" at Reiter's Conference Bookstore|
|Thu||2pm-3:30||Guru Talk||How to Get Your Paper Accepted at LISA|
|Thu||4pm-5:40||Guru Talk||Time Management for System Administrators|
|Mac OS X|
Strata Rose Chalup will be speaking/teaching:
|Wed||PM||Tutorial||Problem-Solving for IT Professionals|
|Thu||AM||Tutorial||Practical Project Management for Sysadmins and IT Professionals|
In addition, we will be hanging out in what is known as "the hallway track". In fact, if you haven't attended LISA before, you should know that a lot of the educational value is the people you meet. Tom says, "Early in my career a lot of what I learned was from the conversations in the hallway."