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  • [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    programs including the Program in Information Science Information Studies and the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience as well as the University Scholars Program in partnership with and supported by Melinda French Gates and Bill Gates She is a co founder of the global learning network HASTAC Humanities Arts Technology and Science Alliance and Collaboratory which administers the annual 2 million HASTAC MacArthur Foundation Digital Media and Learning Competitions Her more than twenty books include Thirty Six Views of Mt Fuji Revolution and the Word and The Future of Thinking with David Theo Goldberg Her latest book Now You See It How the Brain Science of Attention Will Transform the Way We Live Work and Learn Viking 2011 was named a top 10 science book of the year by Publisher s Weekly and has been the occasion for over eighty invited lectures in the U S and internationally including in Canada Australia the UK Hong Kong and Thailand A frequent speaker and consultant on institutional change at universities corporations and non profits around the world she writes for Harvard Business Review Wall Street Journal Fast Company The Chronicle of Higher Education The Washington Post Times Higher Ed and many other publications in the U S and abroad In July 2012 she was named the first educator on the six person Board of Directors of the Mozilla Foundation She was recently appointed by President Obama to the National Council on the Humanities and received the 2012 Educator of the Year Award with HASTAC cofounder David Theo Goldberg for Visionary Contribution to Science and Technology in Education Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about June 13 meeting Open Learning in the Classroom and Online Steering Committee Elections Submitted by bfarrow on 15 April 2013 9 23pm The Steering Committee Elections will be held at the TriLUG May meeting Nominations are now open please help your local Linux community by nominating yourself or some unsuspecting TriLUG member There are five hotly contested positions on the Steering Committee and you could be one of them Contenders will be able to give a brief stump speech at the May meeting to drum up support and then we vote To vote or serve on the committee you will need to be a TriLUG member If you filled out a membership form at the April meeting or before your covered If you have lost your card don t worry we have a mysql database to look you up Voting will be performed by paper ballot during the May meeting and you must be present to vote The Steering Committee is responsible for planning meetings finding speakers ordering pizza paying bills This year they will need to secure a new meeting location file the 501 c 3 paperwork and Get Stuff Done This post from a couple of years ago has a nice list of things to do http www trilug org pipermail trilug Week of Mon 20110425 063337 html Read more about Steering Committee Elections Girl Develop It Ladies

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/node?page=10 (2016-04-29)
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  • July 10 Meeting - Hadoop | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    NC 27627 Stats target blank src http c statcounter com 7526239 0 d1dafb16 0 alt drupal hit counter View My Stats Syndicate July 10 Meeting Hadoop Submitted by bfarrow on 13 June 2014 9 26am Topic Hadoop Presenter Kristopher Kane When Thursday 10th July 2014 7pm pizza from 6 45pm Where NC State Engineering Building II Room 1021 Centennial Campus Parking The parking decks and Oval Drive street parking are free after 5pm Map Google Maps Video YouTube Synopis What is Hadoop The Apache Hadoop software library is a framework that allows for the distributed processing of large data sets across clusters of computers using simple programming models It is designed to scale up from single servers to thousands of machines each offering local computation and storage Rather than rely on hardware to deliver high availability the library itself is designed to detect and handle failures at the application layer so delivering a highly available service on top of a cluster of computers each of which may be prone to failures http hadoop apache org This introduction to Hadoop will briefly cover its history and then dive deeply into where the Hadoop ecosystem is today using the Hortonworks Data Platform

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/2014-07-10/hadoop (2016-04-29)
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  • June 12 Meeting: Women in F/OSS Panel presented by GDI-RDU | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    View My Stats Syndicate June 12 Meeting Women in F OSS Panel presented by GDI RDU Submitted by cmpalmer on 28 May 2014 10 03pm Topic Women in F OSS Presented by The Raleigh Durham chapter of Girl Develop It with moderator Julia Elman When Thursday 12th June 2014 7pm pizza from 6 50pm Where NC State Engineering Building 2 Room 1021 Centennial Campus Parking The parking decks and Oval Drive street parking are free after 5pm Public Transit Wolfline Summer Service and Capital Area Transit Sponsor Open Invention Network Video YouTube Come hear from talented women who are contributing to various Free and or Open Source Software F OSS projects Confirmed Panelists Karen Tracey Django Core Committer Lead Developer and Technical Manager at Caktus Consulting Group LLC Crossword Constructor and Crazy Cat Lady Andrea Villanes Co founder of Women in Technology Perú winner of the Anita Pass It On award for her outreach work in Perú and Data Scientist at the Institute for Advanced Analytics Sandi Metz Sandi Metz distilled 30 years of experience into her book Practical Object Oriented Design in Ruby http poodr com which reflects a deep bias towards practical solutions and working software She worked

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/2014-06-12/women-in-foss (2016-04-29)
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  • May 8 Meeting: SystemD | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    Meeting SystemD Submitted by bfarrow on 1 April 2014 9 56pm Topic SystemD Presenter David Both When Thursday 8th May 2014 7pm pizza from 6 45pm Where NC State Engineering Building II Room 1021 Centennial Campus Parking The parking decks and Oval Drive street parking are free after 5pm Map Google Maps Video Hangout OnAir during the meeting Slides SystemV vs systemd Presentation SystemV vs systemd Lab Project Abstract This presentation will briefly review the Linux boot process and the old SystemV startup process It will then discuss in more detail the startup process using systemd and the reasons for creating the new systemd daemon and some of the advantages it provides We will also discuss configuration files and some of the more common commands required to cause systemd to do our bidding Backward compatibility will also be covered Bio David Both is a Linux and Open Source advocate who resides in Raleigh North Carolina He has been in the IT industry for over thirty years and taught OS 2 for IBM where he worked for over 20 years While at IBM he wrote the first training course for the original IBM PC in 1981 He has taught RHCE classes

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/2014-05-08/systemd (2016-04-29)
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  • April 10 Meeting: Ansible | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    parking decks and Oval Drive street parking are free after 5pm Map Google Maps Sponsor Ansible Inc Video Youtube recorded using Webcamstudio Slides An Introduction to Ansible Abstract Ansible is a powerful remote system management tool like Puppet or Chef for configuration management and like Fabric and Capistrano for application deployment Ansible can also do system provisioning through modules for various cloud providers As a hybrid Ansible is a little more step wise than a pure configuration management system which makes it better for deploying software and dealing with multiple system tiers and more declarative than your typical remote automation framework which makes it easier to manage dissimilar systems even systems not originally deployed with Ansible It has very minimal client requirements and no deployed client agent Joseph will introduce Ansible for single tasks and highlight some of the built in modules and what you can do with them Then he will jump into best practices for stringing multiple tasks together into Ansible Playbooks especially how not to repeat yourself Finally he ll tie it all together with Amazon EC2 to show how to fire up spot instances using a base image configure it with a set of software and configuration do some work with it and finally tear it all down Bio Joseph was introduced to Linux while in college in 1998 and while he didn t understand Debian then and arguably still doesn t did manage to download RedHat 5 0 onto a bunch of floppies and install it successfully he then tried never again to look at Windows with varying degrees of failure He cut his first open source teeth on PHP earning commit access to a couple of modules in 2001 and since has contributed to many other projects He now contributes most regularly to CherryPy

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/2014-04-10/ansible (2016-04-29)
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  • Docker Hack Day - April 5th | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    EDT Meet in lobby at 9 00 Where Annex at Red Hat Tower 190 E Davie St Raleigh NC RSVP Please email jackhill jackhill us to let him know you re coming so you can get into the building by 5 00pm on Thursday April 3rd Thanks to Vincent Batts and his recent presentation we have been exposed to the many possibilities of lightweight containers and easy management with docker Instead of merely marveling at the possibilities I would like to try to use docker to accomplish some real world tasks so I can better understand what types of problems I can use docker to solve Let s meet Saturday April 5th at 9 15am EDT at Red Hat s Raleigh offices We can start by going through the quick start documentation and making sure everyone can run docker on their machines Then we can hack on projects e g a containerized email system and share what we learn If you have other ideas you would like to explore please share them here If possible try installing docker before arriving as that will speed things along This will be an hands on workshop so please bring a computer Directions Parking this weekend is 7 in all parking garages on Wilmington St including the one in Red Hat Tower due to special events Red Hat does not control the parking garage Street parking will be free and plentiful especially at 9am but leave a few extra minutes to find a space The Annex has a separate entrance not in the main Red Hat lobby From the main entrance to Red Hat Tower proceed east on Davie St toward Blount and look to your right as you approach Blount St There will be an entrance marked The Annex at Red Hat Tower

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/2014-04-05/docker-hackday (2016-04-29)
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  • [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    repository manage content from multiple sources in one place and push content you choose out to large numbers of clients Pulp is for you http www pulpproject org Michael Hrivnak works for Red Hat on the Pulp Project With strong experience in both software and systems engineering he is excited to be writing software for systems engineers Michael is passionate about open source software live music and reducing energy consumption Information Announcement Gathering Meetings Read more about March 14 meeting Pulp Feb 7 Meeting Wireshark Submitted by bfarrow on 20 January 2013 10 58pm Topic Wireshark Presenter Nathan Flowers When Thursday February 7 7pm NOTE 1st Thursday NOT our usual 2nd Thursday Where Red Hat HQ NCSU Centennial Campus 1801 Varsity Dr Raleigh NC Map Google Maps Video YouTube Slides PDF Wireshark Wireshark is a network protocol analyzer for Unix and Windows It lets you capture and interactively browse the traffic running on a computer network It is the de facto and often de jure standard across many industries and educational institutions Nathan Flowers Nathan Flowers is a Network Engineer and has been with IBM for 23 years He started his career in the National Support Center in Atlanta GA providing dealer support for PC XT AT PS 2s and Thinkpad systems After moving to IBM in Raleigh he joined the development group of the Network Hardware Division as an Asynchronous Transfer Mode ATM and Ethernet network engineer in 1998 Nathan has had many roles in the networking environment including IBM BladeCenter r networking solutions and BladeCenter and System x networking education He is currently in the IBM Network Traffic Analysis group which provides network diagnostic and performance services He is also a member of the SAN Central and Solutions support group where he provides product engineering and solutions support

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/node?page=11 (2016-04-29)
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  • March 13 Meeting: Docker | [ Triangle Linux Users Group ]
    s infrastructure is provided by DASH Systems Mailing Address TriLUG P O Box 37874 Raleigh NC 27627 Stats target blank src http c statcounter com 7526239 0 d1dafb16 0 alt drupal hit counter View My Stats Syndicate March 13 Meeting Docker Submitted by bfarrow on 24 February 2014 2 25pm Topic Docker Presenter Vincent Batts When Thursday 13th March 2014 7pm pizza from 6 45pm Where NC State Engineering Building II Room 1021 Centennial Campus Parking The parking decks and Oval Drive street parking are free after 5pm Map Google Maps Video YouTube lost the start of the meeting Abstract What is docker https www docker io and how can it help me Linux containers are self sufficient ways to deploy isolated applications for testing developing or running applications at scale Come for a workshop on how to leverage this technology for more robust continuous integration and developing deploying across a diverse landscape of distributions We ll go over the fundamentals Building a image for your application if you re not a developer that is ok Wiring up that image for your use case Shipping that image or even publishing it for others Feel free to bring your questions on

    Original URL path: http://www.trilug.org/2014-03-13/docker (2016-04-29)
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