Registration is now open for the 5th edition of LinuxDays attracting some 600 participants in past events. This year’s event includes focused tracks on Open Source technologies for Business, Education, Public Admin.
The Grid Solutions Track, organized by the EGEE Business Forum (http://business.eu-egee.org/) will demonstrate how IT strategists from a broad spectrum of businesses and public administration can gain greater advantage through the adoption of grid computing solutions with insight from developers and experts from the Grid arena.
Former French Prime Minister and Deputy in the European Parliament, Michel Rocard, will present legal aspects of open source software in a dedicated conference session 5 June.
For more information and to register, free of charge, visit http://2009.linuxdays.ch/