BSDCan will be held at Ottawa University in Ottawa, Canada from May 9-12.
There will be a PC-BSD booth on May 11-12 in Morisett Hall (see the BSDCan website for a map). If you’re in town, drop by the booth to say hi, pick up a DVD and some swag, and meet other BSD users.
LinuxFest NorthWest is this weekend at Bellingham Technical College in Bellingham, WA. There will be a FreeBSD booth which will be handing out PC-BSD DVDs and cool swag. This is a free event, so if you’re in this part of the world, drop by and say hi!
Kris Moore will be giving a presentation about PC-BSD at Indiana LinuxFest in Indianapolis, IN on April 14. He will also be giving out PC-BSD DVDs, swag, and answering PC-BSD questions at the BSD booth in the expo area.
If you’re interested in learning more about FreeBSD administration, there will be a full day course entitled FreeBSD for Linux System Administrators on Friday, April 13.
There is no cost to attend either the course or the conference. Pre-registration is encouraged so that you don’t have to wait in line to register when you arrive.
NorthEast LinuxFest will be held in Worcester, MA on March 17. We will be given away PC-BSD DVDs and cool swag at the FreeBSD booth in the expo area. Registration is free for this event and there will be an after-party at a local pub. Not a bad way to spend St. Patrick’s Day if you’re in the NorthEast.
On Saturday, March 3, in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia, Martin Wilke (FreeBSD Developer, Ports Management, Security Officer), will give a presentation about FreeBSD development and share his experience on how he became a FreeBSD Developer. PC-BSD DVDs and swag will also be given away at this event.
The event will be held at Old Town White Coffee, Bangsar South from 14:00-17:00. You can RSVP on Facebook.
This year’s Open Source Days will take place at Copenhagen Business School (in Denmark) on March 10 and 11. Sven Esbjerg will be bringing a supply of PC-BSD 9.0 DVDs to give away–you can find him at the BSD booth in the “hallway track”.