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Networkers at Cisco Live: €300 discount for Reg readers

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Site offer Cisco is hosting Networkers at Cisco Live, its annual conference for techies, in Barcelona on January 25-28. Better still, the networking equipment giant is offering Reg readers a credit-crunchtastic €300 discount for everyone who signs up.

Go to Cisco's registration page and quote this offer code: READNWCL10. The offer ends on January 22.

Networkers at Cisco Live includes more than 240 technical training and education sessions in one of the world's great cities (which is sometimes warm at this time of year). Delegates can meet up with Cisco experts on a 1:1 basis and get troubleshooting advice on challenges that their companies face.

The full price for the conference is €1795 - about the size of a formal three- day formal training course, Cisco says. Your company will also have to stump up for transport, accommodation and subsistence. So it ain't cheap. But then again networking hothouses are not exactly ten a penny.

Is this for you? Cisco has helpfully penned an attendance justification letter to present to your employer (the link is on this page). Good luck! ®

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