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[ale] [ANNC] ALE-NW @ SPSU MTG. for Thurs., Feb 13, 7:30pm
- Subject: [ale] [ANNC] ALE-NW @ SPSU MTG. for Thurs., Feb 13, 7:30pm
- From: arxaaron at gmail.com (Aaron Ruscetta)
- Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2014 15:43:19 -0500
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]>
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I just now found out with this announcement email, but Jim is apparently
doing double duty with this presentation. His "Hands On" shell basics
will be the feature presentation for ALE Central as well on third Thursday,
Feb. 20th. If weather shuts us down tomorrow you can catch the talk
On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 5:20 AM, JD <jdp at algoloma.com> wrote:
> Watch here (email list and website) for more details, but it is likely the
> ALE-NW Meeting for Thursday will be rescheduled due to the icy weather.
> The full announcement: http://ale.org/?p=482
> Topic: [me at localhost]$ A Hands-on Introduction to the Linux Command Line
> Date: 2/13 @ 7:30p - 9:30p-ish
> Where: SPSU J-202
> Anyone can use Linux systems with a mouse. But the real elegance and power is at
> the command line. Converting from a mouse master to a student of command line fu
> is less daunting with a hands-on session with some fun thrown in. We will be
> using a live DVD to work from so bring a Fedora 20 live DVD and a laptop that is
> known to work. If you use a different live OS some parts of the class will be
> rather different. No networking is required.
> Jim Kinney was introduced to Linux in 1993. It became a major distraction in his
> pursuit of a Masters degree of Physics at GSU in 1997. However, it helped with
> his first job at Emory department of Physics in 1997 where he put students in
> front of Linux machines and built a loosely coupled cluster of those student
> machines at the same time NASA was building the first Beowulf clusters.
> After Emory, Jim ran headlong to the darkside of Linux systems and IT support,
> design and administration. Jim founded and ran a consulting firm for 10 years
> and has worked at places such as Cox Communications, IBM, GaTech Research
> Institute and Google. Currently, Jim is back at Emory running HPC systems for
> research needs.
> In his spare time Jim is a perpetual student of metalworking, beer production
> and taste testing, martial arts and general physical world hacking. At one
> point, Jim actually tried to make a policy difference in education and ran for
> DeKalb County school board.
> He lives with wife (MS Geology), son (GT engineer wannabe), 5 cats and an old
> black lab who won't chase the cats.
> Southern Polytechnic State University Room J-202 of the Atrium (J) building
> For a campus map and a link to directions please see
> AFTER 7:00pm there is Free Parking in non reserved spaces of the P60 deck.
> Parking there before 7:00pm may get you ticketed, booted or towed. Building J,
> the Atrium building, is a short distance directly east of the P60 parking deck.
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