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2018 Short But Cool
For the final meeting of 2018, we will have the "Short But Cool" session. The format for the "Short But Cool"will be, Speakers will have up to 15min to talk, followed by a short Q&A, and then it's on to the next. This year, we have six speakers lined up: * Alan Karp: Access Control for IoT * Steve Jin: Light-weight issue tracker for the cloud * Eddy Reyes: Observing Software in Production * Bill Lennan: Building diverse teams * Peter Jung: Cloud independent Edge Computing for Processing Data and Protocol Handling * Leslie Pound: Automatic data models and design for voice-first interfaces OR Exploring information via real time data modeling with on-the-fly interfaces ---- BayLISA general meetings are scheduled for 7:30pm on the third Thursday of each month. BayLISA includes system and network administrators across a range of skill levels. BayLISA meets to discuss topics of interest to system administrators and managers. The meetings are free and open to the public. We always welcome presentation topics and volunteer speakers. Use the "Contact us" link on this page to get in touch with BayLISA's directors.

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Respond by: 12/21/2018

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BayLISA is the premiere system administration user group in Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area. Founded in the very early 90s after the fourth Large Installation System Administration (LISA) conference, BayLISA has supported and educated systems, network, storage, virtualization, and other technology professionals in the Bay Area for over 20 years.

We use Meetup to coordinate meeting attendance, announcements, and reminders. We have our official organizational presence on the web, including links to membership, sponsorship, and mailing lists, at www.baylisa.org (http://www.baylisa.org/).

Our legacy description:

One way to put it is that there are many user groups, but we are the sysadmins group. BayLISA includes system and network administrators across a range of skill levels. BayLISA meets monthly to discuss topics of interest to administrators and managers of sites supporting more than 100 users and/or computers. The meetings are free and open to the public.

BayLISA grew out of an after-hours discussion among attendees of the USENIX LISA IV conference. The idea was to provide a forum for Sysadmin professionals in the San Francisco Bay area to get together and exchange ideas, hear speakers address topics of interest and most importantly, socialize.

BayLISA stands for: Bay Area Large Installation System Administrators

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