Tux in boots with a tent? Linux Boot Camp returns
The Linux Boot Camp returns to the University of the West of England (UWE) from 30 June – 2 July this year.
It’s aimed at folks who’ve done their A levels who want to do practical technical computing and get in touch with their inner geek.
The event will involve two and a half days of technical workshops exploring many aspects of modern technology and the use of free open source software, including installing and configuring Linux, setting up home networks, web servers , routers and much more. If you already know how to do some of this stuff, don’t despair as the Linux Boot Camp’s structure will explore advanced topics in system configuration.
The numbers are limited to about 60 places, so don’t delay if you want to take part. There may also be a small number of residential places available in UWE’s student accommodation, so ask the organisers.
To book your place, contact Pat Cottrell or Craig Duffy by e-mail lbc (at) uwe.ac.uk or telephone (0117) 328 4242.
For more details, visit the Linux Boot Camp web page.