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UUASC is for all persons using UNIX either personally or professionally, or interested in learning more about UNIX. We recognize all varieties of UNIX, including (without prejudice) SCO, Linux, SVr4, Solaris, AIX, HP/UX, and BSD. This is a good place to meet others with similar interests and broaden your skills and knowledge.
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From the South via Interstate 405: (Assuming South of LAX/Century Blvd. exit.) Take the La Cienga Blvd. exit and enjoy the ride through the La Cienga pass. Take a left on W. Jefferson and right on National. From the North via Interstate 405: Take the 10 East and exit Robertson. As you exit the freeway get into the second lane from the left and make a quick right followed by a quick left on to Venice Blvd east. Take a right on National and then a right on Hayden to look for parking. From Downtown: Take the 10 West and exit at Roberston. Take a left on Robertson and the first left on National folllowed by a right on Hayden to look for parking. Parking: Public Parking is available on Hayden which intersects National. Building: The building is located on the Conjunctive Points complex which includes Eric Owen Moss' conceptually challenging designs. Several of Mr. Mosses' buildings (or portions thereof), are designated under Culver City's Architecture as Art program. Assuming you parked on Hayden, walk toward National, where you will see the six story tower. Make a right on National and you will see a sandwich board with the MT logo which marks the entrance to meeting room. UUASC wants to especially thank Christina Veneroso and Media Temple for their excellent hospitality, allowing us to meet in their facility, and videotaping the presentations.
If you would like to be a speaker, or if you know someone who you think would be a legitimate speaker for us, please contact UUASC-LA Program Chairperson Jordan Schwartz