This is some information on the the Fifth Annual AUUG Canberra Summer Conference and Workshops, held on 14th - 16th February 1994 at ANU and NCC.
Dr Marshall Kirk McKusick (in full flight) presented a special one-day tutorial on Unix systems internals at ANU on Monday 14th February. A large gathering of participants enjoyed the tutorial.
1. Network Management (1/2 day) Mark Turner, AARNet. 2. Introduction to Internetworking (1/2 day) Peter Elford, Cisco. 3. Solaris 2.x Migration (1/2 day) Merik Karman, Defence Service Homes. 4. Security (1/2 day) Jeremy Bishop, Department of Defence. 5. Everyday UNIX utilities (1/2 day) Ivan Angus, Australian National University. 6. The X Window System (1/2 day) Bob Dynes, Labtam Australia. 7. Perl - the Programmers Swiss Army Chainsaw 1/2= day) Frank Crawford, ANSTO. 8. The Tcl Language and the Tk Toolkit (full day) Micheal Kearney, CSIRO DIT and Steve Ball, ANU.
8:40 am Registration desk opens 9:00 am Merik Karman (AUUG Canberra Chapter President) Introduction and welcome 9:15 am Kirk McKusick, The `Free' Software Phenomenon 10:00 am David Green, The World Wide Web - Hypermedia and the Internet 10:30 am Morning Tea (sponsored by Hewlett-Packard) 11:00 am Steve Ball, The EIT Standard Environment 11:30 am Adam Green, Parallelism in UNIX RDBMS 12:00 pm Lunch (sponsored by Australian Information Processing Centre) 1:30 pm Rob Ewin, Unix on Steroids: antidoping control at Barcelona '92 2:00 pm Lawrie Brown, Authorisation and Privacy in a Networked World 2:30 pm Merik Karman, Applications of Voice/Video Multicasting 3:00 pm Afternoon Tea (sponsored by EASAMS) 3:30 pm Chris MacDonald, Code Navigation 4:00 pm Kirk McKusick, What's New in 4.4BSD 4:45 pm Conference Close Adjournment to Glebe Park A'lacarte