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Where’s Red Hat this January?
January 5, 2009
by Events Team
Red Hat rang in the New Year and we’re hitting the ground running in 2009. From virtual tradeshows and partner events to Red Hat Summit and JBoss World 2009, we’re excited about what this year has in store for Red Hat on the events front. Below is a glimpse into where Red Hat will be this January as well as a few “save the dates” for early spring.
The Fedora Project will host its Fedora User and Developer Conference (FUDCon) January 9-11 in Boston. The three-day conference will bring together members of the community and serve as a kick off for the development of Fedora 11. The agenda includes hackfests the first two days, and a BarCamp on the third day.
Swing by the Red Hat booth at Lotusphere 2009 in Orlando on January 18-22. We’ll be at booth #403, where we’ll be demoing Lotus Domino & Lotus OCCS on Red Hat Enterprise Linux server and desktop solutions.
Save the date for the first ever JBoss Virtual Experience on February 11. Red Hat and JBoss are bringing this conference to your desktop with a live, one-day event focused on middleware. Attend comprehensive sessions and chat live with open source leaders, executives, key developers, customers and strategic partners. Learn how you can meet new demands, drive innovation and build mission critical applications and services, all while lowering costs. You can customize your virtual conference experience by attending any of the three tracks: business, technical and government. View the agenda here.
To see more upcoming North American events, click here.
JBoss is a sponsor of the second annual Irish Java Technologies Conference (IJTC 2008) in Dublin, Ireland on January 7-8. IJTC is Ireland’s leading developer conference for people working in or interested in the Java space. JBoss will be presenting on Drools, JBoss Cache and JBoss Messaging 2.0.
Red Hat, together with Ingres, is a premium sponsor of the Open Source Meets Business Congress on January 27-28 in Nuremberg. This event brings together IT decision makers from organizations across all industries and sizes.
Come and visit Red Hat together with our partner Frank Linux Systems at ITnT in Vienna on January 27-29. ITnT is a premier tradeshow for information technology and telecommunications focused on Central Europe. You will find Red Hat in Hall C, Stand 0225.
Red Hat is also a gold sponsor of the next Java Day held in Rome on January 24.
To see more upcoming EMEA events, click here.
Red Hat is a sponsor of linux.conf.au on January 19-24 in Hobart, Tasmania. Now in its tenth year, linux.conf.au has grown to become one of the world’s best technical Linux conferences. It continues to be run by community volunteers for community members who have made Linux and free and open source software the phenomenon it is today.
At the Identity Management and Information Security Forum on February 26-27 in Sydney, Australia, Red Hat will be presenting as well as exhibiting. The conference will provide delegates with the most updated information on how to deal with the challenges caused by identity related fraud and how to implement comprehensive identity management systems to reduce risks and costs.
For more information on Red Hat’s APAC events, visit here.
For information on Red Hat’s events in Latin America, visit here.