We had a great monthly meeting yesterday, Seth laid down a fun 4 layer guitar track. More details available on the wiki.
Come out to ITT Tech for our monthly meeting! Pizza will be provided courtesy of ITT Tech.
Topics of the evening will include audio recording, and applications that different users in the group are familiar with.
See you there!
With 17+ years of experience in IT and a CISSP since 2003, Chad Seiber introduced security fundamentals and methodologies at CPLUG last evening.
Overview and slides available on the wiki.
CISSP Chad Seiber will be giving an introduction to Open Source IT Security Tools and Methods. The talk will focus on providing alternatives to commercial products. It will include a how to overview of tools installed on the Linux Operating System.
The CISSP certification is the most well respected security certification today. This will be a great opportunity for everyone from beginners to experts, to take another step into the world of Information Security.
See you there!
This Tuesday, March 12th, Seth Jerome will be giving another demo of Linux MCE. Linux MCE is a big player in home automation, especially in the open source world. Seth is on the development team for the project, testing graphics cards and offering technical support.
Monthly meetings are held at the ITT Tech Harrisburg Campus on the second Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm. Pizza will be ordered at the start of the meeting and will be available for $1.50 per slice.
Question Night -
After a short demo of fdisk, the room will be open for questions, discussion, and demonstration.
Meeting starts at 6:30pm at the ITT Tech Harrisburg Campus.
Canonical pushes to be the platform of choice for all devices. Last week they announced the development of a phone OS, and already have a great professional video at ubuntu.com that explains the goals of Ubuntu, and demo’s the new phone OS.
Katherine Noyes expands on this with some insightful points at Linux Insider.