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April 3, 2006 1:43 pm





LinuxWorld Boston kicks into high gear tomorrow morning when the expo opens. Novell is back again and ready to talk Linux.In the Novell booth (#730), we will be showcasing a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 preview, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server with Xen virtualization, the SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop with Mono‑based applications, Novell GroupWise 7 on Linux, the Open Enterprise Server infrastructure, Novell ZENworks Linux Management, Novell Identity Manager, and the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server SDK.Novell is also hosting the LinuxWorld Email Garden. Not just for checking messages, attendees will be able to test drive the recently announced SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop. Stop by and see just how powerful Linux on the desktop can be. Our technical experts are also participating in a number of panel discussions and technical sessions:Monday10:15 ‑‑ Miguel de Icaza will be on a panel discussing “LAMP vs J2EE vs .NET Shootout ‑ What Every Enterprise Developer Should Know”2:30 ‑‑ Guy Lunardi will debate “The State of Linux on the Desktop” during a panel discussion4:30 ‑‑ Jeremy Allison is back again for the Golden Penguin BowlTuesday11:15 ‑‑ Frederico Lucifredi will lead a session titled “Linux Performance: Profiling and Optimization”11:15 ‑‑ Andre Hill will participate in the panel discussion “Virtualization and the Next Generation Data Center”7:30 ‑‑ Adrian Schroeter plans to host an openSUSE Birds of a Feather sessionWednesday10:15 ‑‑ Michael Meeks is going beyond OpenOffice 2.0 during his technical session10:15 ‑‑ Dave Horne will be participating in the panel discussion “Identity Management and Authentication”See you there . . . .

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