pfSense 2.0 training at BSDCan 2010

March 1st, 2010 by Chris Buechler

We will be having a half day training session on pfSense 2.0 at BSDCan 2010. It will cover as many of the changes in the 2.0 release as time permits. The schedule is not available yet, however registration is open. The full schedule will be available soon.

BSDCan is always a great conference, and we look forward to meeting many of you there.

For those who can’t make it, we will be doing the same training session online sometime after BSDCan.

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9 Responses to “pfSense 2.0 training at BSDCan 2010”

  1. Chris Buechler Says:

    Chris: subscribe to our announcements mailing list to find out future dates. Visit here http://lists.pfsense.org/mailman/listinfo/announce to subscribe.

  2. Chris Gongaware Says:

    I would like more information on this training date for people who were not able to attend the session. Please advise when the next date might be.

    Thanks,
    Chris

  3. Bonifacio Says:

    Can this training be recorded?

    I would love to see it… I don’t have the funds nor the time to attend BSDCan 2010.

    Thank you.

  4. puli Says:

    I am very happy to know this traing, and very helpful if you can provide traing online…

    thanks with regards,
    Puli

  5. Dietmar Says:

    Can the training session on pfSense 2.0 also take place at the eurobsdcon 2010 in karlsruhe?

  6. Chris Buechler Says:

    Dietmar: Maybe. I submitted it as a proposed tutorial for EuroBSDCon, they haven’t decided which sessions will be accepted yet. So I don’t know if it will be, but there is a good chance it will (none of the BSD conferences have turned us down yet).

  7. Collins Chinedu Says:

    please i am from Nigeria and will not even be able to attend the seminar, but i want full training (video tutorail) because i am a new in both linux and pfsense.

    thanks

  8. Quang Says:

    would like to know more detail
    Thanks

  9. Mike Schwartz Says:

    Is there going to be a 2011 repeat?

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