Exhibit Hall Hours:
July 24, 2002 10am-4:30pm
July 25, 2002 10am-4pm
Harbor Island III Ballroom
ActiveState is the leader in open language programming software and services for crossplatform development, Web services, and email security. ActiveState's key technologies are Perl, PHP, Python, Tcl, and XSLT for Linux, Visual Studio .NET, and other popular platforms. www.ActiveState.com.
Apple Developer Connection (ADC) programs offer a full range of services for new and experienced developers. The programs provide convenient, affordable access to the tools and technical support needed to work efficiently and productively-reducing development time and costs. The support doesn't end with the development process. ADC programs provide critical business information and comarketing resources to help successfully market and distribute products.
IBM is the world's largest information technology company, with 80 years of leadership in helping businesses innovate. Drawing on resources from across IBM and key Business Partners, IBM offers a wide range of services, solutions and technologies that enable customers, large and small, to take full advantage of the new era of e-business.
Sun Microsystems has held open systems to be the cornerstone of its business philosophy since the beginning. From desktops to supercomputers, and from development tools to productivity suites, Sun is dedicated to delivering hardware and software based on open industry standards. Today, through shared technology innovation, Sun's continued commitment to Open Source is reflected in its leadership and key contributions to the many projects including OpenOffice.org, GNOME, Grid Engine, JXTA, NetBeans, and Mozilla.
CollabNet is the leading provider of solutions for collaborative software development, combining a Web-based software application with a suite of consulting services. Using these solutions, customers can collaborate on development projects within an enterprise, with customers, business partners, or with third party developer organizations such as industry specific or open source communities. CollabNet enables corporations to reduce costs and increase revenues by bringing different project team members together, regardless of their location. Brian Behlendorf, co-founder of the Apache Software Foundation, established CollabNet in July 1999. For more information, see http://www.collab.net.
The Internet Society (ISOC) is a non-profit, non-governmental, international, professional membership organization. Its more than 175 organization and 7,500 individual members in over 170 nations worldwide represent a who's who of the Internet community. The work of ISOC focuses on four "pillars:" standards, public policy, education and training, and membership.
Aaronsen Group , is a software engineering company, designing and developing software, as well as handling software maintenance and hosting our own Internet-based projects for clients.
Dynamic DNS Network Services, LLC, strives to provide superior domain name system (DNS) services with the highest levels of redundancy, service, and support in the industry. Our world-class team of DNS experts allows us to provide unprecedented quality of service and support, and our use of proven open source technology allows us to do so at reduced cost and risk to our users.
Maguma provides companies with a leading development environment for the rapid production of valuable and complex web-based solutions in PHP. In this way Maguma supports the usage of the Open-Source scripting language PHP in the enterprise environment. The company has its headquarters in Bozen, Italy and a sales office in Munich, Germany. http://www.maguma.com/
Stonehenge Consulting Services, is the premiere worldwide, on-site and open enrollment Perl Traning company, brought to you by the people who literally "wrote the book" on Perl. Led by Just another Perl hacker, Randal Schwartz, we deliver the classic "Learning Perl" course, as well as advanced and customized courses.
Apache Week--Published weekly on the web and by email since 1996, Red Hat's Apache Week is the definitive online resource for all users of Apache and Apache-based web servers. Apache Week covers essential security issues, new server developments, as well as tutorials and features for novice and expert users alike.
Since 1997, bioinformatics professionals around the world have relied on the BioInform Newsletter for exclusive, up-to-the-minute coverage of trends in life sciences computing. These elite practitioners know there is no substitute for the behind-the-scenes reporting and expert analysis delivered every week in BioInform.
Daemon News , is a comprehensive resource for BSD, operating in close contact with the community. Established in 1998, Daemon News provides a monthly online publication, Daily BSD News, a quarterly hardcopy publication, a community based support forum, and a retail outlet called BSDMall.com for all BSD related merchandise. Daemon News also publishes Darwin, the Open Source Version of Mac OS X, FreeBSD, NetBSD, and Unix Utilities for Mac OS X.
SSC Publications, publisher of Embedded Linux Journal, is an established leader in the Linux, Open Source and UNIX fields. A direct-request publication, Embedded Linux Journal is the only magazine to focus on the use of Linux in developing and running embedded systems.
Put your finger on the pulse of the new biology. Genome Technology Magazine is the only monthly magazine focused on the technology and business of genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics. Its readers are an elite audience of genomics scientists and technology professionals worldwide. Genome Technology takes you inside the minds, the methods, and the machines shaping the new biology.
GenomeWeb.com has quickly become the leading source of genomics news for tens of thousands of life science professionals. With updates throughout the business day, GenomeWeb.com's team of expert journalists delivers high-value, forward-looking reports on the business and technology of genomics.
IEEE Internet Computing is a bimonthly magazine about the engineering, science, and art of developing networks and networked applications. Through tutorials, columns, and peer-reviewed features, IC explores Internet-based applications and supporting technologies as well as the Internet's widening impact on engineering practice and society.
INET 2002, the Internet Society's 12th annual INET conference, will be held June 18-21, 2002 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, VA, just five minutes from downtown Washington, D.C. This year's theme is "Internet Crossroads: Where Technology and Policy Intersect." More information is available at http://www.inet2002.org.
SSC Publications, publisher of Linux Journal, is an established leader in the Linux, Open Source and UNIX fields. Now celebrating its eighth year of publication, Linux Journal is the premier magazine of the Linux community. To learn more about LJ and other SSC resources visit Linux Journal online.
Linux Magazine’s deep commitment to the needs of the Linux Community is central to both our editorial and circulation. Technical coverage written by industry luminaries, product profiles and interviews with corporate captains are opening the door to enterprise ready Linux. Linux Magazine leads the way as the Community broadens from its’ programmer roots to admit more corporate developers, Sys Admins and traditional IT shops.
O'Reilly Network is the Online Resource for Open and Emerging Technologies. You trust O'Reilly to help you do your job more efficiently and effectively. And you can trust O'Reilly Network to deepen your knowledge and technical skills. O'Reilly Network offers information beyond O'Reilly books, from thought-provoking articles to extensive, searchable resources. It's your essential technology site before and after conferences: www.oreillynet.com.
OpenUmbrella is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the adoption and use of open source software and technology. OU is building open communities and taking OS to the next level by creating curriculum and training; developing marketing, public awareness, and outreach campaigns; and promoting the advancement of women in OS technology.
The Open Source Development Network. Inc., is the leading news, collaboration and distribution community for IT and Open Source development, implementation and innovation. OSDN is the home of several popular Web sites, including the award winning news discussion site Slashdot.org and the world's largest collaborative software development site, SourceForge.net.
SearchWebManagement is the Free Web site that gathers resources from around the Web for IT professionals who monitor, configure and maintain Web sites and servers. Visit today to register for your Free membership to access our services that include industry experts, discussion forums, FREE white papers, technical tips, & more.
Sys Admin, the journal for Unix systems administrators satisfies the technical needs of Unix systems administrators working in heterogeneous computing environments. Coverage spans a wide range of technical topics crucial to systems administration in the enterprise. Articles provide practical, in-depth coverage of the administration of all major UNIX flavors including: Solaris, Linux, HP-UX, AIX, Tru64, BSD and Irix, within environments of all sizes.
Zope Corporation provides high-end custom solutions for media & telcom firms, government, military, newspapers, medical & educational institutions, Internet businesses and Fortune 1000 companies. The Company provides consulting, managed hosting, technology partnerships, support and training. At its core is Zope, a unique software system which is at once a high-performance application server, a web server, and a content management system. Straight out of the box, it is a complete and self-contained solution, including a robust, scalable object database, web services architecture, with powerful programming capabilities.
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