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  • Monday
    May 2 2016
    "DevOps is dead, long live DevOps!"

    The term DevOps did not use to be widely known, now it has become a fairly common term. With that wide adoption also comes misuse and misunderstanding. Join Tom as he talks about his journey through modern software development and his quest for the adoption of the culture and mindset of DevOps rather than making it a a title that causes recruiters emails to flood his inbox. This will be an interactive session where Tom shares stories and examples from the last several years of building teams and changing cultures within organizations in Portland.

  • Monday Python Flying Circus (Programmer Peer Mentoring Night)

    PDX Code Guild

    Bring your laptop. Learn and/or share your existing knowledge with others. This group focuses on Python, Django, JavaScript, jQuery, SQL, CSS and HTML. Other languages are welcome.

    This week we will do introductions and then pair up mentors and learners and/or work on projects.

    Set aside one night a week to become a better developer, pick up new skills, and get help with your projects and learning. We'll have mentors on hand and a community of other learners to meet and work with.

    This event is beginner friendly, we can help get you started with programming, support your online learning, or just talk about where you are at and what comes next.

    Free parking! Save this number in case you need help finding us: (541)[masked] We are at 2626 SW Corbett Ave, two buildings down from the Portland State Business Accelerator, and near the International School. More Directions below.

  • Portland Puppet User Group Meeting

    Puppet Labs HQ

    Please join us for an evening of Puppet talks!

    We hope you'll join us for the next Puppet User Group meeting. We'll have a talk a special security addition this month with Puppet engineers Ben Ford and Adrien Thebo.


    • 6:00-6:30 Pizza & salad, including vegan & gluten free options

    • 6:30-7:15 Talk on configuring and using hiera-yaml and node_encrypt by Ben Ford, Software Engineer (Puppet)

    • 7:15-7:45 Discussion with Ben, Software Engineer (Puppet) and Adrien, Software Engineer (Puppet)

    • 7:45-8:15 Mingle & plan for the next meeting

    Extra Details: The office is wheelchair accessible, and has an elevator. There is bike parking on the street and just inside the parking garage at the corner of SW Stark and SW 1st Ave. Parking is available on the street or at one of the many pay to park lots near the office

  • Dorkbot Meetup

    Part hackathon, part geek social, these biweekly meetings are a time for you to come join others for insight, inspiration or just insanity. 

    Bring your toys for others to see, or come see what others have been painstakingly chipping away at in their spare time. 

    Whether it's code or chips, hacking of all sorts is encouraged. But we also like to hear your crazy ideas, so please come join us and bring your willingness to share your brilliance. 

    We'll be the kids with all the coolest stuff on the table. Hope to see you there.

    p.s. This event is open to everyone, dork or robot. No ^H membership is required to attend.



  • Tuesday
    May 3 2016
    Kick Off: Lean Portland's Community Happy Hour

    Our first monthly happy hour to meet.

    The topic will be to discuss a Field Trip Tour of a successful organization in Portland implementing lean.

  • Drop-in Hour for Prospective Epicodus Students


    Epicodus is a vocational school for aspiring programmers. Depending on what track you take, you can learn everything you need to know to get a job as a web developer or build your startup's app.

    At Epicodus, you'll learn how to build web applications from top to bottom with modern technologies and practices. More importantly than any particular skill, though, you'll learn how to think like a programmer, write good code, and pick up new languages and technologies in this fast-changing industry.

    We currently offer more than a dozen courses including, Introduction to Programming, Ruby, Java, PHP, JavaScript, Rails, Android, Drupal, C#, .NET, CSS and Design. Not all classes are offered at all times.

    Stop in to meet our staff, see the classroom and ask lots of questions!

    Check out our FAQ

  • Portland Ruby Brigade monthly meeting

    New Relic

    We'll have pizza & beer starting at 6pm, so stop by early if you want to have dinner and socialize before the presentations.


    After presentations we'll have more socializing time.

    Thanks to New Relic for providing the venue and beer, pizza & snacks this month!

    ARRIVING BY BIKE? Cyclists are welcome to park their bikes in the New Relic office. Bikes are not allowed in the building lobby, however, and must use the freight elevator. To get your bike up to the 29th floor, enter the building's parking lot by going down the ramp at 5th and Pine. Go past the booth -- no need to pick up a ticket -- and turn right. Go straight until you almost run into the elevator lobby, then go right again. On the back side of the elevator block you'll see a beat up pair of double doors marked "freight elevator." You can get up by buzzing in with the intercom, and saying you're here for New Relic. Ride on up to the 29th floor, you'll easily find the bike parking.

    ABOUT THE GROUP: The Portland Ruby Brigade, also known as pdxruby and pdx.rb, is a user group for Ruby programmers in the Portland, Oregon area. The group welcomes all programmers interested in the language and its implementations, tools, libraries and frameworks, such as Ruby on Rails. The group has been meeting since August 2002 for presentations, demos and discussions. Every month 35-75 people come together to share their knowledge, projects and enthusiasm for Ruby. If you'd like to present or have a topic you'd like discussed, please post to the mailing list. The group usually meets on the first Tuesday of the month, "Ruby Tuesday" -- see you there!


Next two weeks

  • Wednesday
    May 4 2016
    Galois tech talk: Interrupts in OS code: let’s reason about them. Yes, this means concurrency.

    Galois Inc


    Existing modeled and verified operating systems (OS’s) typically run on uniprocessor platforms and run with interrupts mostly disabled. This makes formal reasoning more tractable: execution is mostly sequential. The eChronos OS is a real-time OS used in tightly constrained devices, running on (uniprocessor) embedded micro-controllers. It is used in the DARPA-funded HACMS program, where it runs the flight control software of a high-assurance quadcopter. To provide low latency, the eChronos OS runs with interrupts enabled and provides a preemptive scheduler. In terms of verification, this means that concurrency reasoning is required, which significantly increases the complexity: application and OS instructions may be interleaved with interrupt handler instructions.

    In our work we explicitly model the effect of interrupts and their handling by the hardware and OS. We provide a general formal model of the interleaving between OS code, application code and interrupt handlers. We then instantiate this model to formalise the scheduling behavior of the eChronos OS, and prove the main scheduler property: the running task is always the highest-priority runnable task.


    June Andronick is a Senior Researcher at Data61|CSIRO (formerly NICTA). Her research focuses on increasing the reliability of critical software systems, by mathematically proving that the code behaves as expected and satisfies security and safety requirements. She contributed to the seL4 correctness proof and now focuses on concurrency reasoning for OS code. She leads the concurrency software verification research in Data61, and is deputy leader of the Trustworthy Systems group. She was recognised in 2011 by MIT’s Technology Review as one of the world’s top young innovators (TR35). She holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Paris-Sud, France.

  • Portland State Business Accelerator 12th Annual Company Showcase

    Come see over 25 startups and entrepreneurs that are driving innovation in Oregon. Hear a keynote from Eric Winquist of Jama Software.

  • Portland and The Sharing Economy!
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    WeWork Custom House

    The sharing economy is changing the way people get things done, work, travel, learn, and so much more. In Portland, we’re just starting to see the fruits of these movements and how they can change communities. We invite you to join us in an evening of conversation about how Portland can utilize these emerging platforms to cultivate greater community and prosperity for it’s citizens.

    There will be appetizers, wine, and beer.


    Sarah Iannarone (candidate for mayor of Portland)

    April Rinne: Sharing Economy Advisor, Advocate, Pioneer & Investor

    John Connor and Nick Bucheleres of SkillSesh

    Jason Wilde of Spinlister

    Kat Solis of ADX

    More to be announced!

    RSVP Here: https://skillsesh5716a11466925.splashthat.com/

  • Industry Trends and their Impact on Talent--Clean Tech

    Vestas Atrium

    Panel discussion with Thought Leaders from Vestas, Solar World, Energy Trust on Industry Trends and how they are changing the need for new technical and leadership skills.

  • PDXRust May: Traits and Types Tutorial with Mike Cooper


    This month's talk will cover some of the cool stuff you can do with Rust's type system. If you're totally new to Rust, skim the initial sections of http://doc.rust-lang.org/stable/book/ and http://rust-from-a-scripting-background.readthedocs.org/en/latest/ to get acquainted with Rust's basic purpose and syntax.

  • Kubernetes 1.2 with Kelsey Hightower


    Cloud Native PDX will be hosting our first meetup on May 4th, featuring Kelsey Hightower demonstrating the features of the recently released Kubernetes 1.2. If you're interested in building container-based scalable infrastruture, or just want to learn more about Kubernetes, join us!

    Version 1.2 will help you scale your container infrastructure to thousands of nodes and tens of thousands of Pods. Plus K8s is easier to use than ever before, thanks to:

    • Deployments
    • ConfigMap
    • Ingress
    • New GUI
    • Bigger Scalability

    Refreshments sponsored by Google and Red Hat.

  • CHIFOO Event: Be Here When

    CHIFOO presents "Be Here When: Faith Based Communities Contemplate Technologies for Themselves" with John D. Smith, Co-Author of Digital Habitats!

    Churches and faith-based communities live with many contradictions that are completely irrational depending on where you stand or what hat you wear. Their irrationality challenges our normal thinking about design, technology, and human interaction. To understand what’s going on as a community’s technology steward you need to stand inside and outside, be local and nonlocal, be in the organization and outside, be a newbie and an old-timer, have a short-timer’s view and play the long game, be both geek and technophobe, and observe it all as an actor and as a barefoot ethnographer. Every day.

    About the Speaker

    John co-authored “Digital Habitats: stewarding technology for communities” with Etienne Wenger and Nancy White. He is a buddhist meditation teacher with a master’s degree in planning and architecture from the University of New Mexico.

    Come join CHIFOO for our fifth speaker event of 2016's theme "Bounded Irrationality: Supporting Users and Building Communities."

  • Thursday
    May 5 2016
    Analytics Pros: Google Analytics 1/2 Day Training

    Revolution Hall

    Analytics Pros Presents: 12:00-5:00pm Google Analytics for Optimization Training

    This 1/2 day training session is a great way to quickly learn from the analytics experts, and is perfect for those getting started with Google Analytics or just looking for tips on how to get the most out of their optimization efforts.

    There are limited seats remaining for the 12:00-5:00pm session. Take advantage of the special $99 price (regularly $399) and sign-up today.

    Training Agenda:

    12:00 - 1:30pm: Crash Course to Google Analytics

    1:45 - 2:15pm: How to find what to test with Google Analytics

    2:15 - 2:45pm: Integrating Google Analytics and your optimization platform

    2:45 - 3:45pm: Exercise: Create, Target, and Analyze Audiences

    4:00 - 5:00pm: Reporting Options, Google Optimize Demo, and Q&A

    5:30 - 7:00pm: Camp Optimization Meet-Up and Happy Hour featuring Cali Pitchel

  • Rose City Atari Club

    A gathering of people who love Atari games and computers — Atari 8-bit computers, Atari ST, Atari Jaguar, Atari 2600, etc! Bring your hardware. $5 donation.

  • First Thursday at CENTRL Office

    CENTRL Office

    Enjoy happy hour at CENTRL Office with art from J. Pepin Art Gallery and beer from Ecliptic Brewing. Enjoy small bites from Pok Pok! We will be promoting Amazon Prime Now and raffling off 4 Pint Glasses for Pints in the Pearl! Hope to see you all there!

  • Do What You Love Comedy Series PDX

    Laugh until it hurts at the Do What You Love Comedy Series PDX, a live and independent stand-up showcase, highlighting the next generation of Pacific Northwestern Stand-Up Stars. Every month, five of the most accomplished Portlander comedians as featured on Bridgetown Comedy, All Jane Comedy, SF Sketchfest, Helium Comedy, and Comedy Central are showcased.

    Join us, have some drinks, and meet some new people who like to laugh! Bring photo ID and prepare to show the attendant at the front door your RSVP to gain entry.

    Bar/Door 5:30pm Show 6pm* 21+

    NOTE: RSVP IS REQUIRED on Universe for entry and will be checked at the door:

    On May 5th our featured comedians include:

    Bri Pruett (Dan Savage’s Savage Lovecast, NPR’s Live Wire TBA Festival, Bridgetown, Riot LA, SF Sketch Fest, All Jane Comedy Festival, Bumbershoot and more)

    Matt Monroe (The Limestone Comedy Festival, High Plains Comedy Festival, Hell Yes Fest, and Crom Fest.)

    Caitlin Weirhauser (Bridgetown, All Jane Comedy Festival, Bumbershoot, and Seattle Sketchfest)

    David Moscarro (FUNNY HUMANS VS. THE Wheel, The Awkward Phase.)

    Hosted by & Co-Produced by

    Alex Falcone (Portlandia, Live Wire, Bridgetown, Bumbershoot, Sketchfest, and the Brooklyn Comedy Festival)

    Curtis Cook (Vice, Big Sky Comedy Festival, the SLC Comedy Carnival, the Chicago Comedy Exposition, SF Sketchfest, and Bridgetown Comedy Festival.)

    ⇒Facebook Event https://www.facebook.com/dowhatyoulovecomedyseries/events/

    'Like' us on Facebook and RSVP that you're attending & access open bar.
    ⇒LIKE US HERE: https://www.facebook.com/Do-What-You-Love-Comedy-Series-PDX-236875326667626

    ⇒RSVP HERE: https://www.facebook.com/DoWhatYouLoveComedySeries/app/165292890192474/

    WHEN: FRIDAY MAY 20TH WHERE: WeWork Custom House -220 NW 8th Ave TIME: 5:30 pm Libations – 6:15 pm Showcase

    ⇒This is a LIVE show. Due to the popularity of this event and out of respect for the artist, it's advised to show up before 6pm to guarantee entry. ⇐

  • May Camp Optimization Meet-Up and Happy Hour
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    Revolution Hall

    What is Camp Optimization? Camp Optimization's mission is simple: provide a casual, fun and informative forum for digital marketers and technologists to share optimization best-practices, challenges and wins. Who is roboboogie? Roboboogie is a Portland-based customer experience optimization agency partnering closely with brands to improve conversion rates, nurture brand advocacy and increase customer value.

    Camp Optimization welcomes Cali Pitchel from Analytics Pros. Cali joins us this month to share her thoughts on: Why Digital Analytics Needs the Humanities.

    "All too often we see data as a 'capital T -- Truth, hard numbers, fact, science. But data is meaningless without interpretation, and because so much depends on that interpretation, data analysis demands things like humility, integrity, and empathy.” - Cali Pitchel, Director of Marketing

    Analytics Pros is a leading Google Analytics Partner and Premium Reseller helping brands like GoPro, ASICS, The New York Times, and Starbucks use data to better connect with and understand their customers.

    First round of beers is on us! Make sure to spread the word and don't forget to RSVP. We hope to see you there!

  • Getting Declarative with Cats & Manifold w/ Matthew Lyon

    Puppet Labs

    If you've ever had to interrupt a series of operations with ugly nested branching logic and thought, "there should be a better way", you're not alone. I'll show you how to use some basic category theory abstractions from the cats library (http://funcool.github.io/cats/latest) by funcool to write declarative code that's easier to read and reason about, and how to integrate it with the manifold library (https://github.com/ztellman/manifold) for declarative asynchronous programming.

    Matthew Lyon helps humans and computers communicate.

  • Portland Linux/Unix Group

    PLUG: Portland's monthly, three-track open source conference!

    Celebrating 20 years of hosting Portland's best open source and technology freedom speakers.

    This month's topic To Be Announced

    First Thursday: General Meeting at PSU

    Third Tuesday: Advanced Topics at Free Geek

    Third Sunday: Hands-on Clinic at Free Geek

  • SFWA Pacific Northwest Reading Series -- Portland

    Mississippi Pizza

    The Pacific Northwest is home to a Tardis-Full of Science Fiction and Fantasy writers, a fact celebrated every quarter with the Pacific Northwest Reading Series. These free quarterly events provide the Northwest Science Fiction and Fantasy community a chance to gather, network and enjoy readings from local and visiting authors in Portland and Seattle.

    Each event features three authors who read from their latest work, interpreting and explaining their concepts and vision. In addition, space is provided for networking and conversation. Booksellers will be on hand with fresh copies of the authors’ books for you to buy and get autographed.

    This May: authors Mishell Baker, Sonia Lyris and Camille Griep.

  • CTRL-H Open House

    Thursdays are open house night here at CTRL-H. Jon and Melinda are available during this time to give guided tours, answer questions and show you all that the hackerspace has to offer. 

    We don't have an opening ceremony or any formal meeting. This is a time for you to eavesdrop on other peoples projects and get support on a project that you may need help with. Bring your laptop, projects, inventions, your technical toys and your broken microwave to CTRL-H and hack with friends.

  • Friday
    May 6 2016
    First Fridays Free Days

    Collective Agency

    Come work and have conversations at Collective Agency during our First Fridays Free Days, and join an optional potluck lunch.

    Members, come as usual, and you can bring guests, it’ll be the same for you as it is every day but with more people here.

    There are 2 requirements: 1) RSVP at https://www.facebook.com/groups/collectiveagency/ or http://www.meetup.com/Collective-Agency-community-workplace/ or Twitter @CollectiveAgenC with the time you expect to be here, what you’ll be working on (you can include a link to a website or social media), and what you’re looking for. This will be posted on our website, RSVP pages, and here on the wall. 2) While you’re here, aside from lunch, you’ll find ways to talk with at least 2 people here for at least 30 minutes total.

    Schedule: • 9am – Open for free • 12pm – Optional potluck lunch • 5pm – End of Open House

    People here for free will have access to the big loft room, the kitchen, and restrooms, but not: conference rooms, locker storage, computer monitors. You can come in groups of up to 14 people but everybody has to qualify and do the actions described above. There are no age restrictions.

    The community guidelines are the core of the terms of service: http://collectiveagency.co/community-guidelines

  • AgilePDX Pub Lunch: Minimum Loveable Product

    The idea of "Minimal Viable Product" (MVP) is well known in Agile and Lean Startup circles. Where does an MVP reach its limit? What's another set of tools to use in minimal/startup mode but gain further understanding of customer needs?

    "Minimal Loveable Product" is another arrow in the quiver for startups and startup-like organizations. By extending and expanding the ideas MVP uses, it concentrates on making users happy and excited to use the product.

    What experiences do you have with Minimal Loveable Products? Is it good? Less than stellar? Does MVP actually fall short in the real world?

    We'll be in the back. RSVP's to the Meet Up Group not required but very much appreciated or email jean@azuregate.net. It helps us determine whether to move the furniture.

  • Startup Happy Hour ★
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    Commons Brewery

    Startup Happy Hour is a happy hour for startups.

  • Startup Social + Art Show

    At Columbia Collective we believe that "together is better" Whether you're you're a freelancer, a entrepreneur, or a startup, working in isolation is detrimental, that is why we work hard to provide a workspace this is inspiring, and fun, where ideas come together and a community is forged.

    Come have a drink and socialize with local entrepreneurs, freelancers and startup junkies. Play ping pong or PS3, and get to meet our local artist of the month Paul of www.paulsartwork58.faso.com who's art work is up on display and for sale.

  • Saturday
    May 7 2016
    Coding and career help

    Metal Toad

    Join us for coffee and code as we help each other progress our careers. We'll meet in the lobby at 10:00am. The doors will be locked, so call Dan if you need entry later. Bring your computers!

  • Monday
    May 9 2016
    Test Ruby PDX Monthly Meeting
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    Renew Financial

    Portland's testing user group for Ruby developers! Conversation and peer mentoring starting at 6, presentations at 7. For more information, follow @TestRubyPDX on Twitter or join the #testrubypdx Slack channel (under the pdxruby team). We are still looking for speakers, so if you're interested, visit testrubypdx.org/speak for details and suggested topics!

  • Monday Python Flying Circus (Programmer Peer Mentoring Night)

    PDX Code Guild

    Bring your laptop. Learn and/or share your existing knowledge with others. This group focuses on Python, Django, JavaScript, jQuery, SQL, CSS and HTML. Other languages are welcome.

    This week we will do introductions and then pair up mentors and learners and/or work on projects.

    Set aside one night a week to become a better developer, pick up new skills, and get help with your projects and learning. We'll have mentors on hand and a community of other learners to meet and work with.

    This event is beginner friendly, we can help get you started with programming, support your online learning, or just talk about where you are at and what comes next.

    Free parking! Save this number in case you need help finding us: (541)[masked] We are at 2626 SW Corbett Ave, two buildings down from the Portland State Business Accelerator, and near the International School. More Directions below.

  • pdxrlang meetup: Collaborative coding with GitHub and RStudio server


    Andrew Bray will discuss Collaborative coding with GitHub and RStudio server. He's in the faculty at Reed College here in Portland.

    Doors open ~6 pm, talk starts at 6:30 pm

    We'll visit a local watering hole afterwards.

  • Tuesday
    May 10 2016
    Growing Brands in the Marijuana Industry

    BridgePort Brew Pub

    Join us on May 10th as Noelle Crombie, The Oregonian’s voice on the marijuana industry, moderates a panel discussion about growing your brand in this new and evolving industry.

    Topics will include marketing and branding in a dynamic, regulated environment, using data to formulate strategies, and firsthand stories of what’s working (and what’s not). Whether you’re in the marijuana industry or not, there are sure to be valuable marketing takeaways from this marketing case study.

    Register now: http://www.ama-pdx.org/events/growing-brands-marijuana-industry/

  • Open Source Bridge Planning Meeting / Work Sprint


    Come join us to work on Open Source Bridge 2016! We've got just over three months til the conference!

    Contact info@stumptownsyndicate.org for more information.

  • Stories from the Hardware Startup World w/ Joe Grand (aka Kingpin)

    Join us for our first Hardware Massive Portland event with guest speaker Joe Grand, a legendary hacker, product designer, and the founder of Grand Idea Studio, Inc.

    Formerly known as Kingpin, Joe was a member of the influential hacker group L0pht Heavy Industries. He co-founded @stake, an information security firm later acquired by Symantec, and Chumby Industries, which produced one of the first intentionally open and hackable consumer devices. He was a co-host of Discovery Channel's Prototype This, an engineering entertainment program that followed the real-life build process of a unique prototype each episode, and has been a technical advisor to many hardware startups, including MakerBot and Crowd Supply.

    Never one to follow the status quo, Joe has successfully forged his own path doing what he loves to do - hacking, engineering, and teaching. In this session, Joe will share uncensored stories of his experiences being part of, working for, and advising startups. He'll talk about the importance of finding the right people, focusing on a market, choosing funding, and building a business based on passion, not fueled by a quest for fame or riches.


    • Food & Drink are sponsored by Crowd Supply, the crowdfunding platform for hardware startups.

    • Venue is sponsored by JLR Tech Incubator. Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) operates the Open Software Technology Center (OSTC), a unique state-of-the-art facility in Portland that focuses on In-Vehicle Infotainment.


    • 6:00-6:30 Networking with beer, wine & light fare (vegan friendly)

    • 6:30-7:00 Opening Remarks & Demos*

    • 7:00-7:45 Building Hardware Startups w/ Joe Grand

    • 7:45-8:00 Q&A's

    • 8:00-9:00 More Networking

  • Thursday
    May 12 2016
    DocuSign and Nintex

    Nintex User Group meeting: Kelsha Black with Marquam will be speaking about the Nintex + DocuSign integration, how it's setup and how to apply it to your workflows and organization.

    Catering provided by sponsors.

  • Saturday
    May 14 2016
    Code Fellows Code 101

    Register on EVENTBRITE!! Come learn beginners code.

    Thinking about a new career in software development? Start here! This one-day workshop is the perfect place to figure out if it’s for you. You’ll get a sneak peek of what a career in coding involves, plus a taste of the Code Fellows learning experience.

    Learn how websites are built and code one yourself using industry-standard tools and professional coding practices.

    An hour before the start of the workshop will be dedicated to helping students get their computers set up with the appropriate tools.

  • Coding and career help

    Metal Toad

    Join us for coffee and code as we help each other progress our careers. We'll meet in the lobby at 10:00am. The doors will be locked, so call Dan if you need entry later. Bring your computers!

  • Sunday
    May 15 2016
    PLUG Linux Clinic

    Free Geek

    The Linux Clinic meets once a month on the third Sunday from 1 - 5 pm at Free Geek, 1731 SE 10th Avenue, Portland, 97214.

    Bring your Linux computer that is being a brat and we'll teach it some manners. Or bring your computer that has some evil operating system on it and we'll send it home with a shiny, clean Linux distro. Or just come and look over shoulders to see what Linux is all about.

    If you already know Linux well, the Clinic is also a good place to learn how to help users troubleshoot problems. It's excellent training for tech support work in Linux.

    We have monitors, mice, keyboards, and miscellanous other perifpherals, so generally all you need to bring is the box.

    There will also be coffee and people usually bring munchies as well. After all, you can't do computers on an empty tummy.


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