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[ale] [ANNC] ALE-NW @ SPSU MTG. for Thurs., Feb 13, 7:30pm



Weather has cancelled the talk for  tomorrow, Feb 13 at ale-nw.

I am working to get a larger room with power outlets for ale-central on Feb
20.
The cancelled talk will be rescheduled possibly for Feb 27. JD is working
on that.
On Feb 12, 2014 3:45 PM, "Aaron Ruscetta" <arxaaron at gmail.com> wrote:

> 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
> next week.
>
> in peace,
> aaron
>
>
> 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
> >
> > Abstract:
> > 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.
> >
> > Bio:
> > ====
> > 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.
> >
> > ========================
> > DIRECTIONS
> > Southern Polytechnic State University Room J-202 of the Atrium (J)
> building
> >
> > For a campus map and a link to directions please see
> > http://www.spsu.edu/visitspsu/campusmaps/index.htm
> > 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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