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Hotel Deca

4507 Brooklyn Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105, US (map)

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  • Friday
    Mar 11 2016
    LOPSA Cascadia IT Conference
    Hotel Deca

    Are you looking to increase your system or network administration skills? Would you like to get some professional development training from the leaders in the field? If so, please check out Cascadia IT Conference (http://casitconf.org) happening on March 11th and 12th in Seattle, WA for some incredible training opportunities including classes such as:

    Time Management by Thomas Limoncelli author of "The Practice of Cloud System Administration", " Time Management for System Administrators", and "The Practice of System and Network Administration".

    Deep Packet Inspection with Wireshark by Mike Pennacchi who has been ranked as a top instructor at Interop many times since 1997.

    Myth Busting the Network Layer by Stuart Kendrick who is an expert in hands on classes where attendees do not want to leave for breaks.

    Automation Tools Bootcamp by Tyler Fitch who is a member of Chef's Customer Engineering Team.

    Check out http://casitconf.org/casitconf16/schedule/ for a full schedule of classes and talks by industry leaders and writers. The deadline for early bird discounts is Feb 28th so sign up today at http://casitconf.org/casitconf16/register-now/ for some of the best IT training and professional development in the Pacific Northwest.

  • Friday
    Mar 11 2011
    Cascadia IT Conference
    Hotel Deca

    The League of Professional System Administrators and the Seattle Area System Administrators Guild invite you to the Cascadia IT Conference - a regional workshop for Systems, Networks, Database, and Web Administrators and others who provide professional IT support/services.

    This is your opportunity to network with your regional peers, to learn from leaders in the field in our training sessions, and to present and hear about new ideas and developments.

    Friday, March 11th will feature 4 tracks of half- and full-day training sessions with an evening reception for all conference attendees. Saturday, March 12th will feature tutorials, two tracks of technical sessions, and an unconference track.

    Both days will be held at the Hotel Deca in Seattle’s University District. The hotel is an easy 30 minute bus ride from downtown Seattle. It has ample parking and easy-to-get-to restaurants and bars for post-conference networking.