Sun Microsystems will be on campus on April 24th. They'll be giving an
all-day technology presentation.
It sounds like a good presentation. Anyone interested in UNIX products
(especially systems administrators), or Java is encouraged to attend.
Here's their agenda (no times yet, the PDF version is attached):
Subject: Sun Technology Seminar
Location: Old Mill Building, John Dewey Lounge
Date/Time: Tuesday, April 24, 2001 from 9:30 AM 2:00 PM
The University of Vermont will host an on campus technology presentation
by Workgroup Technology Partners, Inc. and Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Workgroup and Sun representatives will introduce the latest developments
in ULTRASparc III, SUNBlade workstations, and SUNFIRE servers. The most
recent storage solutions, changes in JAVA development, data management
products, tape libraries, and backup architectures will also be presented.
Both Workgroup and Sun engineers will be available for discussion of any
project or issue you would like to address. Sun engineers will also be
available for one on one discussion after their formal presentations. We
hope to see you there!
The agenda and presenters are as follows:
Sun's Education Vision and Academic Programs - Kevin Rego
Sun Workstations - Jed Dobson
Sunfire Servers/T3 storage - Russ DiPietro
Tape Libraries and Backup Architecture - Frank Papciak
LSC - Data and Application Sharing and Management Products - Ralph
Java Development - John DiCarloa