June 15th - 18th, 2009
Stanford University | Stanford, California
SHARKFEST is an educational event that offers in-depth instruction over the course of 3 days to the benefit of anyone wishing to enhance their skill set with, and optimize the effective use of, the world's most popular network and packet analyzer. CACE Technologies and Wireshark University will once again host the annual SHARKFEST Wireshark® Developer and User Conference in June of 2009 at Stanford University.
The SHARKFEST'09 session schedule includes many topics geared for new, seasoned, and expert Wireshark users alike, including:
•Ask the Experts: One-on-One Dissector Development Assistance from Wireshark Core Developers
•Wireshark Saves the WLAN!
•Getting Your Code into Wireshark Releases
•VoIP Troubleshooting with Wireshark
•Network Forensics: Wireshark as Evidence Collector
•CACE Pilot + Wireshark Integrated Analysis
•How Protocols Work
•Advanced TCP Analysis & Troubleshooting in Enterprise Networks
There will also be several keynotes by technology pioneers Larry Roberts, PhD, one of the fathers of the internet, Len Shustek, PhD, cofounder of Network General and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Computer History Museum, and Principal Engineer at Google, Stephen Stuart.
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