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|+title: "April Meeting - SNMP Device Emulation & Ruby with Brian Gugliemetti"|
|+Our next meeting will be on the **new and improved second Wednesday** of the|
|+month: **April 11**, from [7:30-9:30 at Cospace](http://plancast.com/p/asmc).|
|+Our talk will be from [Brian Gugliemetti](https://github.com/briangug) of|
|+Spiceworks, who is going to regale us mightily with tales of SNMP|
|+Virtualization with Ruby. It may or may not create entirely new neuronal|
|+pathways in your gray matter.|
|+Happily, [Spiceworks](http://www.spiceworks.com/) will be sponsoring our|
|+April meeting. They do great things for IT with Ruby right here in our very|
|+own Austin, Texas.|
|+After the presentation we’ll be pairing off to work through a brand new|
|+[code kata]. You’ll definitely want to remember your laptop.|
|+ : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kata_(programming)|
|+Here’s Brian’s talk synopsis:|
|+> One of problems with writing code that manages a group of devices is having|
|+> a wide variety of devices to test against. Even if one has budget, space|
|+> quickly becomes an issue. Spiceworks wrote a SNMP device emulator to use for|
|+> both product support and regression testing. The emulator allows Spiceworks to|
|+> use a single server to create multiple virtual SNMP devices from|
|+> user-submitted SNMP walks to resolve support issues. Learn how to use Ruby to|
|+> dynamically manage multiple ethernet aliases and services on a single machine.|
|+Customarily, after our meeting, we’ll head over to [Sherlock’s Baker Street Pub] for refreshments and conversation.|
|+ : http://maps.google.com/maps/place?q=Sherlocks+Baker+Street+Pub&cid=13119996996392273995|
|+We’ll see y’all there!|