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Subject: First Annual UNIX Market Forum
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Date: Mon, 9-Apr-84 13:11:07 EST
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will be presented on Wednesday May 4 through Friday May 6 at the San
Francisco Hyatt at the Embarcadero.  Aimed at high level marketing
and technical folks (detailed technical discussions will *not* be
presented), the speaker list is a veritable who's who in the UNIX
community.  This seminar is presented jointly by Boscom (who first
brought you COMDEX) and Yates Ventures (who brought you the "User's
Guide to UNIX"). 

A partial list of confirmed speakers include:

   William Agee (Keynote)           Dr. Thomas Crowley (AT&T)
   William Gates (Microsoft)        John Rowley (Digital Research)
   Amy Wohl (Adv. Office Concepts)  Larry Crume (AT&T)
   Esther Dyson (EDventure Holdings) William Joy (Sun Microsystems)
   Adam Osborne (Paperback S/W)     Bill Gimple (Pyramid Technology)
   Jeff Hulton (Access Technology)  Willam Jobe (Plexus Computers)

The conference agenda includes the following topics:

   Success in the UNIX market       The future of UNIX
   Networking UNIX                  Nichemanship - UNIX and vertical markets
   Opportunities and Pitfalls of the UNIX market
   UNIX and the Retailer            The new UNIX user
   European and Japanese UNIX       UNIX as programming environment

The cost for this extravaganza is $895 for the three days.  Hotel
discounts are available at the Hyatt.  The fee includes all
luncheons and the Forum reasource notebook, although accomodations
are extra.

To register for this seminar or would like more information call either:

           Janet Taylor
           (800) 343-0974
           Yates Ventures
           Meg Rustad
           (415) 964-0130

(UNIX is tm of Bell Laboratories)

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