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I'll be teaching tutorials. I'm also on the organizing committee. More info soon. Visit the conference site for details: http://lopsa-east.org

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I'll be teaching tutorials and giving a presentation. More info soon. Visit the conference site for details: http://casitconf.org

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CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER. More info at the LOPSA-NJ web site.

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Tom will be teaching 2 tutorials, doing a book signing, and including the all-new Evil Genius 101 half-day class.

  Tuesday AM: Half-day tutorial: Advanced Time Management: Team Efficiency Updated!
  Tuesday PM: Half-day tutorial: Evil Genius 101 New!
  Thursday, 1-1:30PM: Book Signing in Exhibit Hall C
  Thursday, 2-3:30PM: "Time Management Office Hours" (one-on-one time management counseling) New!
  Friday, 9-10:30AM: Guru Session "Time Management for Sysadmins" (Harding Room)

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Tom will be the Tuesday evening Keynote Speaker at SpiceWorks conference known as SpiceWorld. Register today!

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I'll be speaking at LOPSA-NJ's October meeting. The topic will be "Heroes of IT". It is a rehearsal of a talk I'll be giving at another conference later this month.

Full information here: http://www.lopsanj.org

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I'll be introducing the speaker Dr. Johannes B. Ullrich of SANS Technology Institute when he talks about "The Security Impact of IPv6". I'll also be moderating the Q&A at the end. You can watch live via the web for free. Resister at http://bit.ly/16qG1Bc

Wednesday, September 25, 2013, at noon ET/11 am CT/10 am MT/9 am PT/4 pm GMT

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Tom will be teaching 2 tutorials including the all-new Evil Genius 101 half-day class.

  1. Half-day tutorial: Advanced Time Management: Team Efficiency
  2. Half-day tutorial: Evil Genius 101

I'll be there any I hope you will be there too!

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I'll be speaking at LOPSA-NJ's May meeting about Ganeti, the open source project I'm involved in. The title is "Ganeti Virtualization Management: Improving the Utilization of Your Hardware and Your Time".

For more information check out the LOPSA NJ web site.

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I'll be giving a talk about Ganeti, the open source virtual cluster manager April 10th @ 8:00pm at the Woodbury Campus of Cold Spring Harbor Lab, in the Woodbury Auditorium.

For more information visit:

http://lilug.org

See you there!

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I'll be the speaker at LOPSA NYC's meeting in January. This will be a repeat of the "DevOps@Google" talk that I gave at LISA 2011. It was very well-received. If you missed it at LISA, this may be your last chance to see it live.

Official announcement: http://www.lopsa-nyc.org/content/google-sre-when-developers-and-sysadmins-collaborate-things-get-better-faster

(Please register so you can get into the building. The registration form is at the bottom of the log post)

The talk starts at 7pm. Please come early so you can get through security.

I'll be speaking at LOPSA-New Jersey on Thursday. This will be a repeat of the keynote I did in North Carolina last November. While it says "security" in the title, it will make sense whether you work in security or not. All are invited! (no charge to attend)

Topic: You Suck At Time Management (but it isn't your fault!) Date: Thursday, January 5 2012 Time: 7:00pm (social), 7:30pm (presentation)

Pizza and Soda being brought to you by: INetU Managed Hosting

If you are planing on coming please RSVP so we have a good count for the Pizza.

Location: Lawrence Headquarters Branch of the Mercer County Library
2751 US Highway 1
Lawrenceville, 08648-4132

So much to do! So little time! Security people are pulled in so many directions it is impressive anything gets done at all. The bad news is that if you work in security then good time management is basically impossible. The good news is that it isn't your fault. Tom will explore many of the causes and will offer solutions based from his book, "Time Management for System Administrators" (Now translated into 5 languages.)

OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT HERE

I'll be teaching 3 tutorials and one "guru" session. Plus, as conference co-chair I'll be on stage many other times too.

Watch this space: http://www.usenix.org/events/lisa11

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I'll be keynoting the conference with a talk called, "You Suck At Time Management (but it ain't your fault!)"

For information: http://raleigh.issa.org/conference.html

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I'll be a featured speaker at PPW with the topic "What Perl sysadmins wish Perl developers knew, and ($a,$b) = ($b,$a) ".

Info about PPW 2011: http://pghpw.org/ppw2011 (and follow on Twitter)

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Tom will be presenting a 1-hour talk titled Walk a kilometer in my shoes: What sysadmins wish developers knew and vice-versa at LOPSA-NJ (League of Professional System Administrators / New Jersey Chapter).

If you are in the area, I hope to see you there!

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I'll be speaking at LOPSA-NYC Tuesday, June 14, 7pm. Please pre-register to speed your way through security.

Come here me speak about the Ganeti open source project. Think virtualization clusters have to cost big bucks? Think virtualization isn't useful for a small site? Come and find out why a person that usually talks about Time Management thinks virtualization is his new favorite time management trick.

Here is the official announcement.

  • Topic: Ganeti: Open source virtualization (like VMWare ESX + VMotion but open source)
  • Speaker: Tom Limoncelli, Google, Inc
  • When: Tuesday, June 14, 7pm - 9:30pm

  • Description: Ganeti is a cluster virtual server management software tool built on top of existing virtualization technologies such as Xen or KVM and other Open Source software. Ganeti takes care of disk creation, migration, OS installation, shutdown, startup, and can be used to preemptively move a virtual machine off a physical machine that is starting to get sick. It doesn't require a big expensive SAN, complicated networking, or a lot of money. The project is used around the world by many organizations; it is sponsored by Google and hosted at http://code.google.com/p/ganeti

  • Registration: http://lopsanyc.eventbrite.com/

Please make sure to register on the page to avoid any issues with DE Shaw security and entering the building.

I'll be teaching tutorials and maybe more. Watch this space: http://www.picconf.org/

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Tom will talk about why sysadmins are bad at time management and why it usually isn't your fault. Tom will present his "Top 5" time management tips for better time management, and take Q&A about time management, system administration, and what its like to work at Google.

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Tom will be the Saturday opening keynote, plus he will be teaching his two most popular half-day classes: Time Management for System Administrators, and "Help! Everyone hates our IT department!". LOPSA NJ PICC is in New Brunswick, NJ, May 7-8, 2010. It is a regional conference, everyone is invited. For more information: http://picconf.org

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I'll be teaching during the PG: Mac IT Boot Camp 2-day session.

The session will include fundamentals of administration including basic networking (ever wonder what TCP and UDP are?) as well as time management and customer management tricks. The session will be team-taught by 4 people and lasts 2 days.

Register with the priority code "tlimoncelli" by January 8 and receive a 15% discount! (See advert on left-panel)

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Tom will be speaking about the Ganeti open-source project (manages virtual server clusters). More info at www.baylisa.org.

Two talks in one:

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I'm the guest on the StackOverflow podcast with Joel Spolsky and Jeff Atwood.  w00t!

We talk about everything from early internet history, to IPv6, to how to scale a really really really large web site. Here's the episode page and link to the audio. (Tons of links on the episode page).

Check out their website for sysadmins Q&As at http://serverfault.com

Thanks to Joel and Jeff for having me on the show!  I listen every week!

Tom will be very busy at LISA 2009 both teaching and hosting various events:
  • Half-day Tutorial: "Time Management for System Administrators: A New Approach"
  • Half-day Tutorial: "Design Patterns for System Administrators"
  • Guru Session: Job Hunting (with Andy Lester from http://theworkinggeek.com, author of the new book Land The Tech Job You Love
  • BoFs: I'll be hosting 3 BoFs. A 2-hour BoF on "Time Management", a BoF for the open-source project called Ganeti. And I'll be MC of this year's LGBT and Allies BoF.
  • I'll be at the Google Vendor BoF on Thursday night to answer questions about what it is like to work at Google.
  • Book signing: I hope to arrange a Book Signing during the vendor show.
With all that happening, I've also set a goal for myself to read all the papers before the conference. I promise myself that I'll do this every year, but this time I'm actually setting aside time to do the reading. Let's see how that goes. LISA is rarely in the Washington D.C. area. This gives locals an opportunity to attend LISA without having to pay for travel (I'll be taking Amtrak!). Hopefully this means there will be a lot of new faces. Hope to see you there! Registration is open.
Tom will be presenting a 1-hour talk titled Better system administration through Design Patterns at LOPSA-NJ (League of Professional System Administrators / New Jersey Chapter).

See you there!

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Friday, July 31 is Sysadmin Appreciation Day.  Sysadmins in NYC are gathering for dinner and beers at "The Gingerman", 11 E 36th St,New York, NY 10016.  More info on the Standalone Sysadmin blog: NYC Sysadmin Appreciation Day Gathering.

Update:  There will be a book give-away.  I'll be giving away an autographed copy of "Time Management for System Administrators".  Hope to see you there!


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Tom will present the opening keynote at Linux.Conf.Au.  For more information, please visit http://linux.conf.au

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I'll be the the keynote at Linux.Conf.Au in 2 weeks so ComputerWorld rang me up for an interview. They asked me about what I'd be speaking about, the challenges of system administration, and my political activism.
Interview with Tom Limoncelli in ComputerWorld: The sysadmin's mantra: Manage time, think 'abundance' and softly does it. Author and system administrator guru Tom Limoncelli offers his insights into a range of sysadmin topics ahead of his keynote speech this month at linux.conf.au.
Just between me and the readers of this blog, during the interview I had a disquieting realization that the interviewer came from a perspective that open source wasn't the obvious default for everything. Oh yeah, we open source users are still, ya know, cutting edge! What a reality check that was! (Think about that the next time you apt-get!)
Tom will present a tutorial in the IT track titled, "Lucid System Administration".  Register today at www.macworldexpo.com

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Tom will present an Invited Talk on "The Economics of Plenty" and a 90-minute Q&A session on Time Management.  For info about LISA please visit http://www.usenix.org/events/lisa08

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Tom will be teaching two half-day tutorials: "Time Management for System Administrators" and "Interviewing and Hiring System Administrators". This is a rare opportunity to see these talks presented in the Ohio area. Register soon!

With the economy in a down-turn, Time Management is key to being efficient at what you do. With people's hiring budgets being slashed, it is important that the people you do hire are top notch. Both of these tutorials are intended for both the new and experienced system administrator or IT manager.

The sixth annual Ohio LinuxFest will be held on October 10-11, 2008 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in downtown Columbus, Ohio. Hosting authoritative speakers and a large expo, the Ohio LinuxFest welcomes Free and Open Source Software professionals, enthusiasts, and anyone who wants to take part in the event. The Ohio LinuxFest is a free, grassroots conference for the Linux/Open Source Software/Free Software community

Tom will be presenting 3 tutorials and a keynote at SAGE-AU 2008. Register today!

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Two half-day tutorials, Help! Everyone Hates Our IT Department (And How To Change That) and Time Management for System Administrators will be taught by Tom Limoncelli at the IT360 Conference in Toronto, Canada, on April 7 (entire conference and Expo runs April 7-9). These presentations have received accolades when presented at other conferences. They've been updated and sharpened with new material. This is Tom's first appearance at the IT360 conference. Website: www.it360.ca (full workshop listing here)

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Tom will be the invited speaker at LOPSA-NJ on February 7th, 2008. His topic is "Is SaaS the end of system administration?". Tom will also talk about the 2nd edition of TPOSANA and the April Fools RFC book.

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Tom will be presenting his talk "Site Reliability at Google" at Unigroup in NYC in January. The meeting is open to all.

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LISA 2007

Hey folks! Tom here. We're at the LISA 2007 conference in Dallas, Texas. Tomorrow (Wednesday) morning I'll be teaching a half-day class on reforming a failing sysadmin department and Strata and I are doing a book signing in the vendor room from 12:20pm-2pm. We hope to see you all there!

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Tutorials and invited talks will be presented by Tom Limoncelli and Strata R. Chalup, co-authors of the new 2nd edition of The Practice of System and Network Administration. LISA 2007 is in Dallas, Texas, Nov 11-16. Register now!

TutorialTime Management for System AdministratorsSunday AMLimoncelli
TutorialPractical Project Management for Sysadmins and IT ProfessionalsMonday AMChalup
TutorialProblem-Solving for IT ProfessionalsMonday PMChalup
TutorialClimb Out of the "Bad IT" HoleWednesday AMLimoncelli
Guru-Is-InTime Management for System AdministratorsWednesday 4-5:40pmLimoncelli
EventBook Signing for Time Management for SysadminsTBALimoncelli
 Book Signing for TPOSANA 2edWednesday 12:30-2pmLimoncelli & Chalup
HTGRHow to get your papers accepted at LISAFriday 2:00-3:30pmLimoncelli et al

Strata and Tom will be at the entire conference and look forward to hanging out!

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Tom will be teaching a full-day Time Management for System Administrators class at LOPSA Sysadmin Days, August 6-7, 2007, in Cherry Hill, NJ (just outside Philadelphia).

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Tom will be teaching the half-day version of "Time Management for System Administrators" on Tuesday, July 24, from 1:30-5pm. A book-signing for the 2nd edition of The Practice of System and Network Administration will be at the Powell's booth same day from 5:15-5:45pm. Hope to see a lot of folks there!

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Strata will be speaking at the 5th Annual SCALE conference. Her talk is titled The Secrets of Computer Technology Explained: for Every Woman. We hope to see you there!

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Tom will be in Zurich and Dublin to speak at internal corporate events Jan 20-Feb 3, 2007. He's available to speak at user groups or book signings. Contact me.

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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:

Mon9am-5pmWorkshopManaging Sysadmins (co-facilitator)
Wed2pm-3:30Invited TalkSite Reliability at Google/My First Year at Google
ThuAMTutorialTime Management: Getting It All Done and Not Going (More) Crazy!
Thu12:30pm-1:30pmExhibition"Meet the Authors" at Reiter's Conference Bookstore
Thu2pm-3:30Guru TalkHow to Get Your Paper Accepted at LISA
Thu4pm-5:40Guru TalkTime Management for System Administrators
Fri11am-12:30Hit The
Ground
Running
Mac OS X

Strata Rose Chalup will be speaking/teaching:

MonPMTutorialProject Troubleshooting
WedPMTutorialProblem-Solving for IT Professionals
ThuAMTutorialPractical Project Management for Sysadmins and IT Professionals
Wed9pm-10pmBOFSysadmin Education

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."

Tom will be doing a dress-rehearsal of his "Site Reliability @ Google" talk at $GROUPNAME this Wednesday night. Be the first to hear his new material.

The person that carpools with the most first-timers (people new to $GROUPNAME) will receive a free copy of his book, Time Management for System Administrators, from O'Reilly.

Location: CoRE Auditorium, Rutgers Busch Campus, Piscataway, NJ.

Time: 7pm

For more information, visit their web site: www.groupname.org

Tom will be teaching a full-day tutorial on Time Management for System Administrators at LOPSA SysAdm Days in Phoenix, AZ, Nov 6-7, 2006. http://lopsa.org/SysAdminDays-Pheonix

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Tom will be doing a day-long tutorial on Time Management and opens the conference with a keynote titled What Big Sites and learn from Small Sites.

SAGE-AU's fourteenth annual conference will be held at the Chifley on Northbourne Hotel, Canberra from 24th to 28th July, 2006. For more information visit http://conf.sage-au.org.au

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I'll be speaking on "Time Management for System Administrators" at the Tuesday, June 13 meeting at SAGE-IE in Dublin. Hope to see you there!

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Time Management for System Administrators -- The 1 hour version. More info here.

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I'll be speaking at Philly Linux Users Group about Time Management for System Administrators on Wed, Jan 4, 2006 .

More info can be found here.

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I'll be speaking in Cambridge/Boston at Back Bay LISA about Time Management for System Administrators on Wed, January 11, 2006.

More info can be found here.

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I'll be speaking in the SF Bay Area (Mountain View) about Time Management for System Administrators on Thu, Feburary 23, 2006.

More info can be found here.

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I'll be speaking about my new book, Time Management for System Administrators, on Wed, Nov 16 at the Boston Linux & Unix Users Group. This is my second time speaking there, and I really look forward to returning.

More info here.

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The Drexel Computer Science Graduate Student Council has invited me to speak about Time Management. If you are in the Drexel community, I'd love to see ya there!

More info here.

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I'll be speaking about Time Management for System Administrators at 6pm, Wed, Nov 2, 2005 at NYCBUG. They meet at the Soho Apple Store at 103 Prince Street in NYC.

More information behind this link.

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I'll be very active at LISA2005 this year. As I always say, LISA is the most valuable sysadmin conference around. If you like the book, please consider taking one or both of the tutorials that I'll be teaching at LISA. It's based on the book but expands on the topic considerably.

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Tom will be at LISA 2004 teaching 2 tutorials, presenting an invited talk, and doing a book signing. LISA is the best system administration conference around. Please attend.

Both tutorials are based on the book plus tons of new material.

Register today.

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Tom will be at SANE2004, Sept 27 thru Oct 1, 2004 in Amsterdam teaching a full-day class and he's been asked to give an invited talk.

  • A full day class: "Creating Happy Users: A"how-to guide" for sysadmins in a hurry"
  • An "invited talk" on "Deconstructing User Requests"

You can download a PDF flyer or for complete information visit www.SANE.nl.

This is my first time at SANE and the first time in Amsterdam. I really look forward to meeting people there and exploring the area!

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Tom will be speaking at NC*SA at the Red Hat Corporate HQ, 1801 Varsity Dr, Raleigh, NC on Monday, Sept 13 at 7:00pm:

"Where the hell is my flying car?"
It's 2004 and we still don't have moving side-walks or flying cars, and computers aren't nearly as cool as they were on The Jetsons. Tom has visited many sites in the last few years and observed a lot of really bad IT practices. He will discuss what he saw and some recent epiphanies he's had about "best practices" in system administration. The second half of the talk will be about his current project to update a small company's IT infrastructure. It has forced him to rethink what constitutes the "basic infrastructure" of an IT organization, and how big companies are held back when they forget the basics.
He's also working on a new book about time management for sysadmins, and will be treating us to some excerpts!
The presentation is free and open to the public.

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BayLISA: Aug 19, 2004

Tom will be speaking at BayLISA at the Apple campus in Cupertino on Thursday, Aug 19 at 7:30pm:

"Where the hell is my flying car?"
It's 2004 and we still don't have moving side-walks or flying cars, and computers aren't nearly as cool as they were on The Jetsons. Tom has visited many sites in the last few years and observed a lot of really bad IT practices. He will discuss what he saw and some recent epiphanies he's had about "best practices" in system administration. The second half of the talk will be about his current project to update a small company's IT infrastructure. It has forced him to rethink what constitutes the "basic infrastructure" of an IT organization, and how big companies are held back when they forget the basics.
He's also working on a new book about time management for sysadmins, and will be treating us to some excerpts!
The presentation is free and open to the public.

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We're pleased to announce that Tom will be teaching a new and updated version of his class, "Time Management for System Administrators: Getting it all done and not going (more) crazy!" the Open Source Convention 2004 at the Portland Marriott Downtown, Portland, Oregon, July 26, 2004 - July 30, 2004. The class will be on July 26, 1:45pm to 5:15pm. More details soon.

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We're pleased to announce that Tom's class "Time Management for System Administrators: Getting it all done and not going (more) crazy!" is sold out for the O'Reilly Open Source Convention 2004 in Portland, Oregon, July 26, 2004 - July 30, 2004. You can sign up for the same tutorial at LISA 2004 in Atlanta, Georgia Nov. 14-19, 2004. See you there!

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We're proud to announce that Tom will be speaking at a panel called "System Administration: The Big Picture" at Usenix 2004.

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Take a class with Tom & Chris at NordU2003!
Feb 11-12, 2003
Västerås, Sweden.
"Technical Tools for Creating Happy Users" (Tueday, full-day)
"Introduction to Massive Upgrades and Changes" (Wednesday, half-day)
Both tutorials based on the book. Details and on-line registration.

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I'll be teaching tutorials on Time Management, Ganeti, and more. See you there! http://www.usenix.org/conference/lisa12

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My talk "Convince your boss" will be presented via video at the Australia IPv6 Summit 2012 in Melbourne, Victoria, AU on the 2nd day of the conference.

For more info: http://www.ipv6.org.au/

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I'll be giving a talk on Time Management for Mac Admins during the Thursday afternoon session. I'll also be available for book signing and random stop-me-in-the-hall-and-ask-questions. For more information, visit the MacTech website.

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I'll be the "after-dinner speaker" at the Los Angeles chapter of LOPSA's dinner.

  • When: Tue, Oct 16, 7pm - 9pm.
  • Location: Sheraton Universal Hotel's Californias Restaurant (333 Universal Hollywood Drive, Universal City, CA 91608)

  • Topic: Time Management for Sysadmins: Impossible or are other people to blame?

  • In this talk I'll explain why the fact that you can't manage your time effectively is everyone else's fault, not yours. I'll blame Darwin, your boss, your users, and maybe even your mom. There are a few solutions, which I'll discuss briefly. Then I'll take Q&A.

If you are in the Los Angeles area I hope to see you there!

More info here: http://www.lopsala.org

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"Ganeti Virtualization Management: Improving the Utilization of Your Hardware and Your Time" will be the topic of my talk. Full details here: http://nylug.org

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My topic will be "Deploying IPv6 in the enterprise: How to convince your boss to approve your big plan". For more info visit http://www.lopsanj.org/archives/2012/09/thursday-october-4th-7pm-deploying-ipv6-in-the-enterprise-how-to-convince-your-boss-to-approve-your-big-plan.html

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Tom speaking at the BayLISA
Sept 19, 7:30pm, Palo Alto, CA US.
His talk is titled "Geeks Write a Book".

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BLUG: Sept 18, Boston

Tom speaking at the Boston Linux & Unix User Group
Sept 18, 7pm, Boston, US.
His talk is titled "Internet Collaboration and Systems Administration".

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Christine speaking at Silicon Valley Linux Users Group
August 7, 7-9pm, San Jose, CA, US.
(Topic: Maintenance Windows)

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Tom speaking at SAGE-AU 2002 Conference
August 5-9, Melbourne, AU
Aug 5: Full Day Tutorial: "Tools for Creating Happy Users"
Aug 8: Keynote: "Deconstructing User Requests"
Aug 9: Invited Talk: "(Ab)using sysadmin tools for Internet collaboration"

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Christine speaking at SANE 2002. May 27 - 31, 2002, Maastricht, The Netherlands.

Her topic is "Scheduled Maintenance Windows".

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Tom speaking at Unigroup. May 23, 6pm, NYC, US. His talk is titled "Internet collaboration for the truly geeky".

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Tom at Old Bay SAGE

Tom at Old Bay SAGE in Baltimore Maryland.

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If you are attending LISA 2001, be sure to see Tom speak:
Thu, 11am: Guru session
Thu, 12:30pm: Book Signing (vendor area)
Thu, 9pm: Book Signing BOF
Fri, 2pm: Panel: "The Future of Security"

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