Posted on March 25th, 2014 No comments
The next Linux User Group meeting is scheduled for Monday May 5, 2014.
This is an open meeting. Bring your Linux questions.
Posted on August 6th, 2013 No comments
Dick Seabrook from AACC came and talked about Linux and programming classes available at AACC. Recently he came out of retirement and has been putting together some very challenging introductory to advance Linux classes. He is teaching CSI 135 in the fall semester. Take csi 135 online if you want to develop shell programming skills but don’t have much time to take classes during the day.
Posted on July 17th, 2012 No comments
Richard Cruz gave a presentation on AMD’s | SEAMICRO “SECRET SAUCE” TO EFFICIENCY. During this presentation, he will showed some really cool new hardware. SeaMicro is a AMD owned company that provides tiny modular servers which are helping making server datacenters more efficient.
Posted on November 22nd, 2010 No comments
On December 6th LUG will be having guest speaker Nick Yeates come and from 7PM to 9PM.
Learn how to handle data center monitoring and assurance with Zenoss, an Enterprise Open Source monitoring application. Zenoss helps companies like LinkedIn, SAIC, VMware, Verizon, and DISA handle the monitoring, operations and management challenges of their evolving data centers. You will receive a demo of the Zenoss Core and we will quickly open the floor to discussing general sys admin sore points, IT architecture’s future, and related topics. This meeting will occur at the Annapolis LUG location: 53 Old Solomon’s Island Road, Suite H, Annapolis MD 21401.
Sign up because seats fill up fast! ( http://www.plugmyevent.com/events/view/Tv0DPQSL8G )
Nick Yeates, is the Open Source Community Lead at Zenoss. The Zenoss office is just down the road in Annapolis. He says, ” I do not plan to keep the session tied to who I work for – I like to get a holistic view and become part of the audience by engaging the group. Hope to see you there!”
Posted on September 22nd, 2010 No comments
Under the Hood: Fedora Linux and Upstream Communities On November 1st the Linux Users Group welcomes Jared Smith, Fedora project leader, who will share his thoughts on upstream communities and their role in the rapid release cycle of the operating system and innovation on the desktop. Smith is a popular contributor to Fedora, the second most popular Linux distribution with 22,000 contributors. He has helped with the development of VoIP-based Fedora Talk, and participated with the infrastructure and documentation teams. The free presentation and Q&A runs from7:00PM-9:00PM.
Location: Mavenspire Inc. 53 Old Solomon’s Island Road, Annapolis, MD 21401.
Go to www.mavenspire.com to register!
Contact Martina Kristianova with any questions firstname.lastname@example.org. The Linux Users Group is a monthly gathering at Mavenspire in Annapolis.
To RSVP your seat: