Real World Linux 2004
In April 2004 I gave the following presentation at "Real World Linux" in
The conference brochure description is below.
Seminar # 219
Day Wednesday, April 14
Time 4:15 pm-5:15 pm
Title ACROSS THE GREAT DIVIDE: LINUX FOR WINDOWS ADMINISTRATORS
Speaker(s) Dan York
Abstract Despite the flame war coming from both sides, the reality
is that both Linux and Windows have a role to play in enterprise networks. If you are a
Windows administrator, or responsible for a Windows-centric infrastructure, join this
informative session to understand the similarities and differences between Linux and
Windows, the strengths and weaknesses of both - and most importantly how the two operating
systems can interoperate. Whether you already have Linux running in your network, are
considering a pilot project, or just want to know more but don't know where to start, this
seminar will help you understand how to build upon your Windows knowledge to rapidly get
started working with Linux. Bonus! Be one of the first 35 attendees to Get a free copy of
Dan York's Bio
Dan York, director of product management for Mitel Networks'
Linux-based server products and co-author with Mark Minasi of book "Linux for Windows
Administrators". He co-authored and has written several other books and numerous
articles on Microsoft MCSE certification, networking, Linux, Internet and security topics.
He was one of the co-founders of the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) certification
program and spent 14 years in the corporate IT training industry teaching a diverse
portfolio including Windows certification, Linux, publishing and Internet courses.