Join us at LISA16, the 30th annual Large Installation System Administration Conference in Boston! Learn about the latest developments in the movement to protect digital freedom at our booth in the expo hall. You can even donate to get some great swag or become an official member at special reduced levels while you're there. There has never been a more important time to ensure that our rights have a defender, and we're glad to be attending. We hope to see you there.
LISA atendees can join us at our Birds of a Feather session on Wednesday night! We'll be in the Commonwealth Ballroom from 7pm - 8pm, right after Wednesday's happy hour in the expo hall. This is a casual meetup to talk EFF issues, what our team's excited to be working on, and ways we all can strengthen the movement for digital civil liberties.
About LISA16: USENIX’s LISA conference is the premier meeting place for professionals who make computing work efficiently across a variety of industries. If you’re an IT operations professional, site-reliability engineer, system administrator, architect, software engineer, researcher, or otherwise involved in ensuring that IT services are effectively delivered to others—this is your conference, and we’d love to have you here.
The program will include invited talks, workshops, panels, half-, and full-day training courses, mini-tutorials, and refereed paper and poster presentations. The on-site LISA Lab will give attendees and speakers the opportunity to demo, collaborate, and test out new ideas, while LISA Build will provide hands-on guidance to building and scaling a network. Evening receptions and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions provide opportunities to meet and network with those who share your interests