Chicago Tutorials - 10/30/89
johnd at boulder.Colorado.EDU
Tue Oct 17 04:46:10 AEST 1989
The USENIX Association is initiating a series of Profes-
sional Development Seminars in cities throughout the United
States. The seminar program is a subset of the highly
acclaimed tutorial offerings presented at the Association's
semi-annual Conferences. It will be presented in major
metropolitan areas that are not currently scheduled for one
of the Conferences.
The Seminar Program
The three tutorials being offered in the initial seminar
program were selected because of the broad range of the
topics, and their continous "sold out" status at the semi-
annual Conferences. Registration is limited to 150 people
per tutorial to insure a consistent level of interaction
between the instructor and the attendees.
Who Should Attend
The seminar program offers an in-depth look into three dif-
ferent areas of UNIX: operating systems, windowing schemes,
and languages. People needing to expand their knowledge in
any of these areas will benefit from the material presented
by the instructors - all of them experts in their respective
Where and When
The initial Professional Development Seminar will be held at
The Westin Hotel, Chicago, 909 N. Michigan Ave., Monday,
October 30, 1989. The registration fee ($295) includes
tutorial class material, morning and afternoon breaks, and
lunch. You may only register for ONE tutorial.
Avadis Tevanian, Jr., NeXT, Inc.
Introduction To Programming The X Window System*, Version 11
Oliver Jones, Apollo Computer, Inc.
An Introduction To C++
Robert Murray, AT&T Bell Laboratories
For more information on the Professional Development Seminar
5398 Manhattan Circle
Boulder, CO 80303
303-499-2600; FAX 303-499-2608
johnd at usenix.ORG
* The X Window System is a trademark of M.I.T.
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