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Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Astricon Update: 7 Days Left!!!

Astricon 2005

The Golden Asterisk Pub:

Open October 13 Great news for the Asterisk community: Digium will again host the all-conference party at AstriCon 2005. The event will be held at J.T. Schmidt's Brewery and features free micro-brewed beers, ales, and laggers. Busses will shuttle between the Hyatt and the brewery all evening, starting at 7:00 PM. The brewery will also provide a number of tasty snacks. So show up, drink a free beer, and talk telephony with the Asterisk community.

The Code Zone: Code In Style at AstriCon

Coders, don't forget your notebooks (or your desktops, or even your servers...) as AstriCon 2005 features "The Code Zone". The Zone is a room with everything you need to succeed with you Asterisk development project: internet access, test hardware power, pizza, Red Bull, and more. The Zone will also feature an Ask The Guru session with several of the leaders of the the community.

O'Reilly To Provide Asterisk: The Future Of Telephony To AstriCon Tutorial Attendees

O'Reilly, publisher of many technical books including the most extensive collection of open source guides on the market, has agreed to give away 500 copies of Asterisk: The Future of Telephony by Jim VanMeggelen, Jared Smith, and Leif Madsen (all speakers at AstriCon 2005). The books, which is a complete guide to installing and running Asterisk, will be given to the first 500 to purchase a ticket which includes the Asterisk Tutorials.

The Asterisk Open Source Showcase

The exhibit hall at AstriCon has a welcome addition this year - the Asterisk Open Source Showcase. The Showcase is a group of booths dedicated to open source projects which extend Asterisk. Stop by the showcase to see Asterisk running on a Linksys wireless router, on Soekris embedded systems. Check out the progress with AsterNic, the Flash Operator Pannel. See displays from some of the projects which are helping to extend Asterisk. The showcase will open with the exhibit hall on Wednesday, October 12 at 5:30 PM.

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