by Niel M. Bornstein
Last year was my first year as a Novell employee, and I was honored to be able to attend my first BrainShare.
It was a great conference, and I really enjoyed meeting some of my colleagues and customers and talking about some of the great stuff Novell is doing.
This year, I'm going to my second BrainShare.
I'll be giving a talk on 1:1 computing in the school using Linux, based on the work I did with the Indiana Department of Education.
Here's the session description:
Novell Linux Desktop and 1:1 Computing in the School
Computers are viewed as an important classroom tool in secondary and even primary education. But the expense of laptop computers and proprietary operating systems leaves many school systems with few practical choices. This session will demonstrate how Novell worked with the State of Indiana Department of Education on an implementation of the Novell Linux Desktop to contribute to the success of their 1:1 Desktop Computing Initiative. You will also see how Novell can help your school use NLD in your school to save money and increase your students' exposure to computers on a daily basis.
The schedule has not been posted yet so I don't know when, exactly, I'll be giving my presentation, but the conference runs March 20-24 in Salt Lake City, UT. Mark your calendar!
Going to BrainShare this year?