For Immediate Release
Date: September 2, 2008
Contact: CJ Fearnley / 610.734.1900
LinuxForce CEO to Speak About Comprehensive Anticipatory Systems Administration
Upper Darby, PA 2 September 2008 LinuxForce announced today that its President and CEO, CJ Fearnley, will give a presentation entitled "Comprehensive Anticipatory Systems Administration" to the monthly meeting of the Philadelphia Linux Users Group (PLUG) tomorrow, Wednesday 3 September 2008, from 8PM to 9PM. PLUG meetings start with a Q&A at 7PM and the group usually adjourns to a local eatery for post-meeting conversation.
The PLUG meeting will be held at The University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (USP). Directions are available at the PLUG website: http://www.phillylinux.org/locations/usp.html.
CJ's talk will address his philosophy and many of the issues involved with administering, maintaining and developing "eternally regenerative software" that does "more with less". Recognizing that software, like our ecology, is continually evolving and entails a full life cycle of dynamic metabolic processes, CJ will explain some of the challenges required to inexpensively administer software systems on an on-going basis. Building on more than a decade of experience working as a professional systems administrator with Debian GNU/Linux (and its derivatives), CJ will disclose some of the lessons he has learned about software maintainability.
The Philadelphia Linux Users Group (PLUG) is Philadelphia's premier Linux users support and networking organization. PLUG was initiated in 1995. Within the last few years, PLUG has expanded to include meetings in Philadelphia's northern and western suburbs in addition to continuing its tradition of first Wednesday of the month meetings in the heart of Philadelphia. For more information on PLUG, visit its web site at http://www.PhillyLinux.org.
About CJ Fearnley
CJ Fearnley was an early leader in the adoption and implementation of Linux and Free and Open Source Software (FOSS). In 1993, he began introducing Linux to organizations in the Greater Philadelphia region through his leadership position at the Philadelphia Area Computer Society (PACS). He helped start the Philadelphia area Linux Users' Group (PLUG). CJ founded a company, LinuxForce, a leading technology services provider specializing in the development, implementation, management and support of Linux-based systems, with a particular expertise in Debian GNU/Linux. For more information on CJ, visit his home page on the Web at http://www.CJFearnley.com.
About LinuxForce Inc.
LinuxForce℠ is a leading technology services provider specializing in the development, implementation, management and support of Linux-based systems, with a particular expertise in Debian GNU/Linux. LinuxForce's leadership and track record of delivering positive business results since its founding in 1996 have made it the "go-to" firm for solutions providers, companies, educational institutions and other organizations wanting to migrate to Linux from Windows and other proprietary operating systems, migrate from commercial Linux distributions (such as Red Hat and SUSE) to the more stable, secure and flexible Debian, outsource the administration of their Linux-based systems, and support open source applications. For more information on LinuxForce, Remote Responder℠, LinuxForceMonitoring℠ or reseller opportunities, e-mail sales@LinuxForce.net, or call 610-734-1900. Visit LinuxForce on the Web at https://www.LinuxForce.net.
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