Fantastic Linux debugging tool. Dave Rodriquez gave a great presentation.
There will be a VCLuG meeting today, Saturday, November 9, at Brendan's Irish Pub & Restaurant in Camarillo. A very good temporary place to meet, have some great appetizers, maybe a beer or other liquid refreshment. There are some separate areas to sit and they have a wireless connection. Brendan's is at 1755 E. Daily Drive, Camarillo, CA 93010. Map to Brendan's: http://goo.gl/maps/rI8ub
Same meeting time from 2:00pm to 5:00pm. See you there!
This Saturday VCLuG will have another presentation from David Lang on how to handle large amounts of log messages. On the order of thousands of messages per second. Should be very interesting. There will be time to ask questions. We meet generally on the second floor in Theory Room 2 however sometimes we have to use another room nearby. Will have a couple of signs along the way and at the door.After the presentation we will help you with any problems / questions you have about Linux.
New to Linux? Come on by, we are here to help you learn more about the best OS there is!
"Large Scale Wirless" with David Lang. David implemented the wireless for SCaLE, the Southern California Linux Expo. At one time there were 1,900+ connections! There will be time for any questions and answers.
We will have our regular meeting after. Bring you questions / problems and we will do what we can to help.
VCLuG meeting directions: http://g.co/maps/962zt
What is Opscode Chef you say? Well here is a link to find out more about it. http://www.opscode.com/chef/
Welcome to our VCLuG meeting this Saturday, Sept 1, 2012, at ITT Tech from 2:00pm to 5:00pm. We meet in Lab 3 or 8 on the second floor about middle of the hall. Bring your machines, questions and problems. We will do what we can to help.
Special Announcement: We will have a presentation on "Large Scale Wireless" by David Lang. David inplemented the wireless solution for SCaLE the Southern California Linux Expo last year. At one time there were 1,900+ connections.
VCLuG will have a WordPress Clinic alongside our regular meeting Saturday from 2:00 to 5:00. Glenn Bennett from the Ventura County WordPress Interest Group and the Ventura County IDev (web and mobile development) will host the clinic. This will be a great opportunity anyone looking to get help for problems they are having with WordPress. This will be held along with our regular meeting. Let your friends, co-workers, anyone you thingk could use some WordPress help to come by.
VCLuG will have a presentation of "strace, the tool we all love to hate" with David Emans this Saturday from 2:00 to 4:30. This will be a 45 minute presentation (with examples) of how to troubleshoot errors on a Linux system. This talk is not distro specific. David will cover Centos, Debian & others. Bring your thinking caps! We are going to break an application and attempt to debug the errors live! We will not focus on any specific application, this will apply to any application that makes system calls on a Linux system. We encourage everyone to bring your most difficult challenges, although we may not have time to solve them all, David can provide you the information you need to solve your own problems.
VCLuG meets at the ITT Technical Institute in Oxnard: http://goo.gl/maps/XVU8
This presentation only became available today and the only opportunity for it is this weekend.
This Saturday VCLuG along with the Ventura County WebDev and the Ventura PHP Group will present an Introduction to WordPress and "one on one" WordPress help. Glenn Benett, a WordPress expert, runs Happenings , IGroups and has many websites using WordPress. The presentation will run from 1:00pm to 4:30pm. Refreshments will be available.
The juju presentation by Clint Byrum went very well. It was good to learn about how Ubuntu is making headway and creating software to easily manage cloud servers. It is well apparent Ubuntu is taking the lead for all Linux distributions to follow. Clint's presentation was well delivered, to the point and concise. Follow up questions and answers after was great. Many from the Ventura PHP Developers Group were there, SBLUG and various close communities.
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