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Source: SunWorld - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Tired of conferences not living up to your expectations? Then you haven't been to Usenix. In this month's Wizard's Guide to Security, Carole Fennelly reports that Usenix's recent security conference offered interesting and accessible talks -- and a who's who of . . . Tired of conferences not living up to your expectations? Then you haven't been to Usenix. In this month's Wizard's Guide to Security, Carole Fennelly reports that Usenix's recent security conference offered interesting and accessible talks -- and a who's who of security experts to schmooze with. I wasn't disappointed. In fact, I wondered why I'd waited so long to attend a Usenix conference. It was probably because I felt that I could just read the research papers instead of actually attending, but that's like shunning a concert with backstage passes because you can buy a CD. There's so much more to the live conference than the purely technical presentations. This article describes my view of the conference -- it's by no means a complete picture, as it's impossible for one person to attend every talk. For a complete review of the conference, I urge you to get the November 2000 issue of ;login magazine (a publication of Usenix and SAGE).

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