The Warpstock Event Team is very pleased to announce that Warpstock
2002 , the sixth edition of the annual Warpstock event, will be held in Austin Texas,
October 5th and 6th, 2002 at the Renaissance
The Renaissance Austin Hotel is a AAA 4 Diamond
award facility, with 476 rooms, that is located near the IBM Austin campus. The
site features 95 acres of more than 50 specialty shops, restaurants and movie theaters.
We have arranged a special show room rate of $129 per night Single/Double that will
be available for up to 3 days before and 3 days after Warpstock (based on availability).
We will have more information about the Austin area on the http://www.warpstock.org
web site, or our mirror site: http://warpstock.os2voice.org , when it is available.
You can make hotel reservations by calling 1-800-HOTELS-1,
1-800-228-9290, 512-343-2620 or by fax to 512-343-6364. Please be sure to mention
"Warpstock 2002" to get the show room rate. The hotel is expecting to
sell out that weekend, so please make your reservations as early as possible.
Details on the cost and payment for registration
for Warpstock 2002 are still being worked on and will be announced shortly.
This year Warpstock will be in the home of OS/2,
Austin Texas, which gives us great access to IBM's OS/2 developers. So if your work
involves supporting or using OS/2, this year is a must attend event. Some of the
presentations that have already been confirmed are:
There will certainly be more presentation sessions to come as they
are confirmed. So please check our web site periodically for more details.
Scott Garfinkle, IBM: OS/2 Hang & Trap analysis
Mike Kaply, IBM: OS/2 Web Browser
Oliver Mark, IBM: OS/2 Updates
Rainer Feuerstein: Bootable CD's
Achim Hasenmueller, Innotek: VirtualPC
Achim Hasenmueller, Innotek: Universal Audio Driver
Richard Spurlock, Starfire: Starfire Titan
Andrew Bloo, Scitech Software: SciTech Display Doctor and SNAP
Randall Flint, Sundial Systems: Sundial Product Suite
Bob St. John / Kim Cheung, Serenity Systems: eCS updates
Eric Faulhaber, Golden Code: GoldenCode Trace Suite.
Darrell Spice Jr., Spiceware: On emulators for OS/2
Sam Emrick, IBM: Speed and Performance with OS/2, covering the
App design for performance (really most key part!)
Ron Capelli, IBM: Java & OS/2
If you are interested in giving a presentation
at Warpstock 2002, please contact our speaker coordinator, Oliver Mark (firstname.lastname@example.org)
with a synopsis of your presentation and any requirements.
Warpstock, Inc., is a North Carolina non-profit
corporation. The Warpstock annual conference is a gathering of OS/2 users, developers,
and vendors from around the world for the purpose of education and advocacy. More
information is available at the Warpstock web site : http://www.warpstock.org or
its mirror site http://warpstock.os2voice.org websiteehttp://warpstock.os2voice.org.