My first public presentation on AOLserver!

Tonight, I’ll be giving my first public presentation on AOLserver to the members of $GROUPNAME down in New Brunswick, NJ at 7:30pm.

According to their website, “$GROUPNAME is an organization for UNIX system administrators in New Jersey formed to facilitate information exchange pertaining to the field of Unix system administration. $GROUPNAME is not affiliated with a particular hardware or software vendor or company.” The meetings are held at the CoRE building (driving directions) on the Rutgers University New Brunswick campus.

As the $GROUPNAME website says, I’ll be giving an introduction to AOLserver talk. I won’t be revealing the secrets of the universe about AOLserver, but it should serve as an opportunity for people who are new to AOLserver to learn a bit about its history, how it came to be, what some folks are doing with it today and otherwise familiarize themselves a bit with what AOLserver is. I’m hoping it might get some new people interested in AOLserver who otherwise would never have looked into it. I’m very excited about this!

If you’re in the New Jersey or surrounding area and belong to or organize a club or user group or if your company would like to invite me to talk about AOLserver, please let me know. I’d be more than happy to discuss the opportunity and work out an arrangement, if possible.

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