[SFS] Saturday: Small is Beautiful: RMS' 66th, JSH's git, Rich's JQ, Silvia's Wireshark, Alex's CK8s, Derek's Go, Shawn's ZFS

David L. Willson DLWillson at TheGeek.NU
Tue Mar 12 19:44:19 MDT 2019

So much good stuph happening this Saturday. RSVP here, so Heather makes enough cake: https://www.meetup.com/sofreeus/events/259297394/ 

8:30am, I'll kick us off with a talk about the purpose of our "Small Is Beautiful" events, and a salute to Richard Matthew Stallman's 66th birthday. Later If time allows, later in the day, I'll give an absurdly simple unit with Emacs and the GNU C Compiler. Maybe GNU Debugger if I go geek wild. 

9AM, Dr. Jeff S. Haemer will teach us how and why to use git branches and tags. DO NOT MISS! 

10AM, Rich will teach us how to get just we want out of a JSON blob with JQ. 

The rest of the day, in no particular order: - Silvia will lead us through a quick and dirty wireshark unit. 

- Alex will give us a 15-22 minute talk on the CNCF's Kubernetes certifications: CKA and CKAD. 
- Derek will teach us how to build containers from scratch with Golang. 
- Shawn, a.k.a. RedMop, will give us a gentle, hands-on introduction to ZFS, which is supposed by its adherents to be even better than BTRFS. 

Then *cake*! (This cake is not a lie.) 

If you read the whole thing, RSVP here to save your scroll button: 

David L. Willson 
Teacher, Engineer, Evangelist 
Mobile 720-333-LANS(5267) 

This is a good time for a r3VOLution. 

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