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Spring Semester (2019) Planning #96

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jrtechs opened this Issue Dec 29, 2018 · 10 comments

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jrtechs commented Dec 29, 2018

Week Theme Day Title Brief Workshop Owner
1 First Meeting Jan 18 OS Installfest Welcome to the Spring Semester! This meeting focuses on an overview of Linux distributions followed by an installfest Yes @Tjzabel et. al
2 Linux Jan 25 systemd Learn why systemd is cool! N/A Garrett
3 Cloud Feb 1 Intro to "The Cloud" Learn all about "the Cloud!" N/A @icflournoy @ct-martin
4 Cloud Feb 8 Kubernetes Ever wondered how to auto-scale applications? Come to this meeting to find out! N/A @Tjzabel
5 Cloud Feb 15 Open (Floor) Cloud Platform Series of Lightning talks on personal experiences using the cloud N/A @icflournoy
6 Cloud Feb 22 Intro to Ansible Learn about Ansible N/A @jwflory
7 Up and Coming Tech Mar 1 Graph DB Come learn how graph databases will change your life! -- @jrtechs
8 Up and Coming Tech Mar 8 ZFS And Filesystems Come learn all about ZFS and other filesystem differences! N/A @jibby0
-- Spring break -- -- -- --
9 Programming Mar 22 Rust Language Come learn all about the Rust language! Yes @zethra
10 Programming Mar 29 -- -- -- --
11 Maker movement Apr 5 -- -- -- --
12 Maker movement Apr 12 -- -- -- --
13 Maker movement Apr 19 -- -- -- --
14 Maker movement Apr 26 -- -- -- --
-- -- Apr 27 ImagineRIT -- -- --
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@Tjzabel Tjzabel changed the title Sprint (2019) Semester Planning Spring Semester (2019) Planning Dec 31, 2018

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jwflory commented Jan 6, 2019

I could present on configuration management with Ansible as part of @icflournoy's Cloud topic (#98). I created a short presentation on it for a final project last semester. I could expand on the config management background that I omitted in this version of the presentation.

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icflournoy commented Jan 18, 2019

Eboard Meeting Notes 2019-01-17

1/18 - This Friday's Install-fest:

  • break into four corners
  • assist with downloading ISOs and loading them onto a virtual machine
  • Supply a few flash drives for the people who want to install on their machine
  • have some OpenBSD, Project Trident
  • Jason with NixOS

1/25 - systemd with Garret:

  • What is systemd, features (dependencies, targets, timers)
  • When is it used for
  • Systemd service accounting (network, cpu, memory, io) @icflournoy can provide more insight here
  • Demo? Making a systemd service, or timer
  • Journald demo, finding logs, tailing
  • Interaction between systemd and selinux @Tjzabel

@icflournoy will talk to Garret by 1/22 (Tuesday) about what we want to show off

February Cloud:

  • Intro to Cloud and Security Considerations. XaaS - Looking at the OSI model and finding cloud component equivalencies. @icflournoy and @ct-martin presenting.
  • Ansible Automation @jwflory
  • Software Defined Networking (@ct-martin knows someone who may present on Ceph, etc)
  • Kubernetes demo with @Tjzabel

March Up and Coming Technologues:

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zethra commented Jan 18, 2019

I would like to give a talk on the Rust programming language.

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Tjzabel commented Jan 20, 2019

@zethra great! Does either March 22 or March 29 work for you to fit in with our Programming theme?

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zethra commented Jan 20, 2019

Either should work.

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Tjzabel commented Jan 20, 2019

@zethra great! I put you in for March 22. When the time comes closer (or if you know now), let me know if you would like this talk to be interactive / have a workshop.

Also, let me know if you would like to change the Title or Brief.

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ct-martin commented Jan 20, 2019

@icflournoy how does this sound for the intro/sec cloud talk?

Come learn about the layers that make up "The Cloud" & the security concerns at each of those layers.

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jibby0 commented Jan 25, 2019

Would anyone be interested in a talk on ZFS for Up and Coming Tech?

Could throw some other interesting/new/experimental filesystems in there too (btrfs, maybe even ReFS and AppleFS), how they compare to the oldies (FAT) and common journaled filesystems (NTFS, ext4, etc.). Or make it a general FS talk. I don't think we've had one of those since Nate Levesque's.

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Tjzabel commented Jan 26, 2019

@jibby0 I would be interested!

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jibby0 commented Feb 8, 2019

@Tjzabel Cool! I'd be happy to do that on March 8th then. 😄

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