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Open Source Symposium 2006

July 12th, 2006

Open Source Symposium 2006

I received an invitation from HardwareZone to attend Open Source Symposium 2006 event organised by redhat. Here's the content of the email:

Experience the Power of Open Source Architecture

Feeling helpless and trapped with your existing proprietary platform and applications?

Held ransom by costly software upgrades?

Open source innovation is not a fad. It is here to stay. Enterprises around the world have migrated to Linux because they used to be as frustrated as you. Things happen for a reason. Especially good things. Isn’t it time you make them happen?

Hear what Linux users have to say

The revolution of choice continues. Come August, Red Hat will kick off a series of open source symposiums across 14 cities in Asia Pacific. Rediscover choice in mission critical enterprise computing face-to-face with Linux communities, including developers and users, customers and industry watchers. This is where your doubts and the myths about open source will be debunked.

Spend a day with us and you’ll see.

The details of the event in Kuala Lumpur is as follows:

  • Date: 6-7 September 2006 (Agenda)
  • Time: 9.00am - 5.30pm
  • Venue: Carlton Conference Centre
    The Ritz -Carlton Kuala Lumpur Banquet Hall, Level 3
    168 Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur 55100, Malaysia

Developers: Do note that there's a session for you.

The registration is free for the first 50. So, be first to register!

Besides Kuala Lumpur, the event will also be held at other cities: Beijing, Seoul, Shanghai, Taipei, Guangzhou, Bangkok, Manila, Mumbai, Bangalore, Singapore, Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland.

Get more details from the official website of Open Source Symposium 2006.

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3 Responses

gbyeow says:

Going or not? Organise we go together-gether.

chriskalani says:

Duuuude… I really like your blog. Don’t be surprised if you see me around here more often… BOOKMARKED!

EngLee says:


I’m not sure. I can hardly get the people here moving since it’s on working days. I’ll mail you to talk about it after I finish my current task, which is due tomorrow.


Thanks. Hope you enjoy it as much as I maintain it.