UTOSC - Early Bird registration ends soon – Don’t be left out!

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Sep 23, 2010 1:48 PM EST
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With the event less than three weeks away, organizers of the Utah Open Source Conference (UTOSC) remind potential attendees that the Early Bird registration will end on Sept. 25. UTOSC attendees who register before Saturday can save 30 percent on the price of admission to the three-day event. Regular admission to UTOSC is $70 for a full-access pass, $25 for an expo pass with entrance to try-it lab workshops and $15 for an expo pass.

SALT LAKE CITY – With the event less than three weeks away, organizers of the Utah Open Source Conference (UTOSC) remind potential attendees that the Early Bird registration will end on Sept. 25.

Hailed as the best community computer conference in the Mountain West, UTOSC will be held from Oct. 7-9 at the Miller Campus of Salt Lake Community College in Salt Lake City, Utah.

UTOSC attendees who register before Saturday can save 30 percent on the price of admission to the three-day event. Regular admission to UTOSC is $70 for a full-access pass, $25 for an expo pass with entrance to try-it lab workshops and $15 for an expo pass.

For registration information, visit http://register.utosc.com/utoscreg/ and those who register before the Early Bird registration deadline Saturday can use the code OPEN to get the discount.

UTOSC will host over 50 presentations, including three keynotes with:

* Jared Smith, the Fedora Project Leader, who will present ‘Swimming upstream: How Linux distributions help the entire community‘

* Howard Tayler, creator of Schlock Mercenary, will return and present another excellent keynote

* Karsten Wade, with Red Hat’s Community Architecture Team, will present ‘Barn raising and musicians on the green – old ideas in a digital world‘

For a full schedule, visit http://utosc.com/presentation/schedule/

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