KWLUG members hold a roundtable discussion. There was a lot of talk about Docker, containerization and scaling out, but there was other stuff too.
Jeff Voskamp discusses Let's Encrypt, and Jason Zvaniga discusses cryptocurrencies. See kwlug.org/node/1057 for additional information, slides and other auxiliary materials.
Justin Filip leads a workshop/demo on setting up Vagrant for Ruby development. Note that we cut audio of the workshop when Justin was moving around helping people. See kwlug.org/node/1055 for additional information, slides and other auxiliary materials.
Colin Mills outlines the C programming language, and Chris Irwin documents his experiences with the mobile operating system WebOS in 2016. See http://kwlug.org/node/1051 for additional information, slides, and other auxiliary materials.
Kris Braun discusses customizations within the OpenWRT router distribution. See kwlug.org/node/1048 for additional information, slides and other auxiliary materials.
Nik Unger discusses his graduate school research, which consists of writing software to emulate the Tor anonymization network. He covers an overview of privacy, how Tor works, and the Linux kernel features he uses to emulate IP networks. Visit http://kwlug.org/node/1042 for additional information.
Bob Jonkman and Chris Craig talk about their workflow for the Watcamp calendar (http://watcamp.com). Andrew Cant discusses principles of the Indieweb. Kirk Zurell discusses how to implement the Key Retention Service using Guile. See kwlug.org/node/1031 for additional information, slides and other auxiliary materials.
This month's meeting consists of five short presentations. John Kerr relates tips for producing Youtube screencasts. Bob Jonkman holds a keysigning party. Bob Bosiljevac demonstrates the ZBackup deduplicating backup program. Tim Laurence outlines tools used to diagnose RAM and CPU bottlenecks. Paul Nijjar explains VLANs in 15 minutes. See http://kwlug.org/node/1040 for additional information, slides and other auxiliary materials.
Chris Irwin discusses his adventures self-hosting and synchronizing his email, calendar entries, contacts and todo items. See http://kwlug.org/1028 for slides and additional information.
This month features two presentations about the Raspberry Pi. Omar Atwa explains how he created an automated plant-watering system for his science fair. Khalid Baheyeldin describes how he got started with his Raspberry Pi, how he used NOOBS to choose a distribution for it, and how he created weather forecast and internet radio projects with it. See http://kwlug.org/node/1027 for slides and auxiliary information.