I am told that there are still spaces available for NZNOG 12, so register now. If you do anything Internet related in NZ (and overseas for that matter), the NZNOG 12 conference will be worth attending. Furthermore, I understand beer plays an important role for the conference, and that can never be wrong.
The New Zealand Network Operators' Group Conference 2012 or NZNOG12 will be held in Christchurch, between January 23 and 25.
NZNOG12 is New Zealand's one and only Internet conference, held by techies for techies, and also for people who are interested in developing a better understanding of the fundamentals of the Internet, networking technology and architecture.
Registrations have opened, and there are still spaces available. Head over to https://nznog.lilregie.com to sign up.
Here are some of things covered at NZNOG12:
- A finalised workshop programme with IPv6 routing and DNSSec being covered is available here.
- We have a fantastic day worth of tutorials, details of which can be found here.
- An NZNOG fellowship scheme has been announced that you can read more about here.
- Martin Levy from Hurricane Electric is our keynote speaker; Martin will dazzle us with the state of the IPV6 Internet, and more.
- FinallyWe have a visit to Allied Telesis labs to see switch and router research and development first hand; details here.
The NZNOG 2012 conference is held at the Copthorne Commodore Hotel in Christchurch, January 25th to 27th 2012. Discounted accommodation is available for NZNOG12 attendees. Conference format
Monday 23 January - Wednesday 25 January 2012
0900 - 1730 Workshop(s)
Wednesday 25 January 2012
0900 - 1730 Tutorials
1830 - 2030 Reception
Thursday 26 January 2012
0900 - 1630 Conference
1630 - 1900 Field trip - Allied Telesis Labs
1900 - 2030 Conference dinner
2100 - Late Sponsor event
Friday 27 January 2012
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