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From: SCO Information <i...@sco.COM>
Subject: Gemini FasTrack Developer Conference at SCO Forum 96
Date: 1996/07/03
Message-ID: <9607031024.aa12704@mother.sco.com>#1/1
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sender: ed...@xenitec.on.ca (Ed Hew)
organization: XeniTec Consulting Services, Kitchener, ON, Canada
followup-to: comp.unix.sco.programmer
newsgroups: comp.unix.sco.announce,comp.unix.sco.programmer
 
 
Colleagues:
 
As you move forward in developing business critical applications
for the SCO platforms, you need to know about the latest tools
and technologies available and those which are coming in the
future.  The place to get is this information is the "Gemini
FastTrack" developer conference being hosted by SCO in Santa
Cruz, California this August.  Here are the facts.
 
(1) In April, Intel and eight leading UNIX System vendors
endorsed SCO UnixWare as the "UNIX of choice" for high-volume
enterprise servers.
 
(2) SCO is merging its SCO OpenServer and SCO UnixWare
environments into a common UNIX System offering, code-named
"Gemini," which will support tools and applications for SCO
OpenServer, SCO UnixWare and Hewlett-Packard's HP-UX.
 
(3) Hewlett-Packard is working with SCO and other partners to
deliver a "next-generation" UNIX System implementation that
combines Gemini's features with 64-bit technologies and other
enhancements.
 
We want want you to be prepared to take advantage of these
developments.
 
By attending SCO's Gemini FastTrack program, you'll learn what
you need to move forward, receive the tools you need to get
started, including a copy of SCO UnixWare release 2.1, and a
snapshot of the Gemini SDK/HDK, free.  You'll also become a member of
the "Gemini FastTrack Club," which gets you access to ongoing
software updates, Web site access devoted to Gemini and other
resources.  You'll also hear from and get to question SCO's own
software architects and engineers, to get your most detailed
questions answered.
 
And you'll get all this for only $295, or for no additional cost
if you also attend SCO Forum, the industry's leading gathering
for developers, IS managers and others who depend on the most
complete, up-to-date knowledge about UNIX System technologies,
particularly those from SCO.
 
SCO's Gemini FastTrack will be held August 22 and 23, as an
adjunct to SCO Forum 96, which runs August 18-21.  Both will be
held on the University of California at Santa Cruz campus, and
on-campus housing is available.  But seats at this premiere
developers' event won't be for long, so get your developers and
partners together and registered today!  For more information,
call 1-800/SCO-FORUM (or 800/726-3678), or visit SCO at
http://www3.sco.com/Company/forum96/ on the World Wide Web.
 
Here is an overview of the Gemini FastTrack sessions:
 
22-Aug-96 Sessions
 
Gemini Overview
Enabling Application Compatibility - binary compatibility etc.
Gemini Device Driver Environment: Mass Storage 
Gemini Device Driver Environment: Network and Graphics
Gemini Device Driver Environment: Overview
IPv6 - Migration to a new Internet Protocol
Mail and Messaging Strategy for Gemini and Beyond
New Technology: Intelligent Input/Output (I2O)
Performance Improvement Tools for UnixWare
SCO's New C++ Compiler
Unix `95 in UnixWare 2.1.1 and Gemini (or who is afraid UNIX `95)
 
23-Aug-96 Sessions
 
Debugging Your Applications on Gemini (new graphical debugger)
Delivering High Availability with SCO clusters
JAVA Overview
NUMA - Next Generation Clustering Technology
Performance Tuning
Software Installation for Gemini
The UnixWare Threads Library
 
Once again you can get more detailed information about the
speakers and abstracts at http://www3.sco.com/Company/forum96.
 
-- 
Brett Matesen				Product Marketing Mgr.
bre...@sco.com				Development Tools
408 427 7561 P 				SCO, Platform Products Div.
408 427 5417 F				http://www.sco.com

From: SCO Information <i...@sco.com>
Subject: Gemini Fast Track Developer Conference at SCO Forum - final details
Date: 1996/08/06
Message-ID: <9608061036.aa11746@mother.sco.com>#1/1
X-Deja-AN: 172598170
sender: ed...@xenitec.on.ca (Ed Hew)
organization: XeniTec Consulting Services, Kitchener, ON, Canada
followup-to: comp.unix.sco.misc
newsgroups: comp.unix.sco.misc
 
 
Gemini FastTrack Developer Conference at SCO Forum 96
-----------------------------------------------------
If you are interested in technical details of SCO's new products,
you will want to attend the Gemini FastTrack developer conference
Aug 22-23.  This is an adjunct to SCO Forum 96 which runs Aug
18-21 at UCSC in Santa Cruz.
 
As you may know, SCO is merging its SCO OpenServer and SCO UnixWare
environments into a common UNIX System offering, code-named
"Gemini," which will support tools and applications for SCO
OpenServer, SCO UnixWare and Hewlett-Packard's HP-UX.
 
In addition to technical talks by SCO engineering staff,
attendees will get free copies of:
 
   1. SCO UnixWare release 2.1, Personal Edition
   2. Gemini SDK/HDK alpha release  (runs on UnixWare 2.1)
   3. Java Developer Kit for SCO UnixWare - alpha release
   4. Skunkware 96 for SCO UnixWare and SCO OpenServer
 
You can also join the SCO Gemini FastTrack Club, which gets you
access to ongoing software updates, Web site access devoted to
Gemini and other resources.
 
Registration for GFT is $295, or free if you are registered 
for SCO Forum (full conference).
 
For more information, call 1-888/SCO-FORUM (or 888/726-3678), or
visit SCO at http://www.sco.com/Company/forum96/ on the World
Wide Web.
 
 
Here is an overview of the Gemini FastTrack sessions:
 
22-Aug-96 Sessions
 
0830 - Quarry - Welcome and Intro  - Scott McGregor    
 
0900 - CU 2   - Gemini Engineering Overview - OS  flavor: Jim Hohman  
                                            - SDK flavor: Dave Prosser
 
1000 - CU 2  - Mail and Messaging Strategy Gemini and Beyond - Kurt Hutchinson
1000 - CU 1  - IPv6 - Migration to a new Internet Protocol - Harvey Thompson
 
1100 - CU 2  - Enabling Application Compatibility - Josh Rapps 
1100 - CU 1  - Gemini Device Driver Environment: Overview - Kurt Gollhardt 
 
1300 - CU 2  - Gemini new C++ Compiler - Jonathan Schilling
1300 - CU 1  - Gemini Device Driver Environment: Mass Storage - Craig Blitz
 
1430 - CU 2  - Unix `95 in UnixWare 2.1.1 and Gemini - Marty Gindi
1430 - CU 1  - New Technology: Intelligent Input/Output (I2O) - Symbios
 
1600 - CU 2  - Debugging Your Applications on Gemini - Josh Rapps
1600 - CU 1  - Gemini Device Driver Env: Network and Graphics - Rob Mills
 
 
23-Aug-96 Sessions
 
0830 - Quarry- CTO Vision: Network Computers and Java - Doug Michels
 
0900 - CU 2  - Software Installation for Gemini - Kelly Cota
 
1030 - CU 2  - The UnixWare Threads Library - Joe Veach
1030 - CU 1  - Gemini kernel debuggers - Kurt Gollhardt         
 
1300 - CU 2  - Performance Tuning - David Simons and Jonathan Saks
 
1430 - CU 2  - Performance Improvement Tools for UnixWare - Larry Feigen
1430 - CU 1  - Non Uniform Memory Architecture - Geoff Hall
 
1600 - CU 2  - JAVA Overview 
 
Once again you can get more detailed information about  SCO Forum 96
at http://www3.sco.com/Company/forum96.
 
-Dion L. Johnson II
-SCO Product Management

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