• NYLUG Open Hacker Hours

    New York University Silver Center for Arts and Science

    You're invited to hack along with the New York Linux Users Group! We are very kindly hosted by the New York Amatuer Computer Club (http://nyacc.org/) which meets at NYU. We are in the Silver Building, Room 403. Please have a government issued form of ID with you. This is a peer-supported workshop where we get together to share current challenges and approaches to solving problems or to just work alongside like-minded individuals and learn through osmosis. This event is NOT a lecture-style meeting. The agenda is generally set when someone poses a question, so bring questions! Some topics up for discussion are: • Install and configuration assistance • Documentation, standards, and best practices • Current events/Conventions • Release testing and bug reporting • Getting started with languages like Python and LaTeX • -Other projects (Pi/Arduino/Analog devices) We will also have brief (approx. 5-10 minute) lightning talks, so please speak with a coordinator if you're interested in sharing some of your work. A laptop is not required but strongly recommended. Bring a project, topic, and questions and work with other enthusiasts on using Linux or get assistance with your own Linux/Open Source projects. Geeks are more sociable solving problems rather then just talking about themselves.

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  • NYLUG Open Hacker Hours

    New York University Silver Center for Arts and Science

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  • ZFS on Linux

    Two Sigma Investments 23rd floor

    Paul Zuchowski -on- ZFS on Linux File systems are not launched on a regular basis. Though ZFS was first shipped in 2005 on Solaris, it has been ported to Linux and enhanced over the years. Learn about the original design principles and must have features that make ZFS the go-to file system for so many applications. Links: -------------- https://zfsonlinux.org http://zfs.datto.com Afterwards: --------------- Join us afterwards at the Cupping Room Cafe where we'll continue the discussion over drinks and/or food. The Cupping Room Cafe is located at 359 W Broadway, two blocks from the venue. Speaker Bio: ----------------- Paul Zuchowski is a Senior Software Engineer at Datto, Inc. working on their ZFS Team. Previously Principal Engineer at Oracle and GreenBytes, and VP of Engineering at Heartlab. https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-zuchowski-9485227/

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  • NYLUG Open Hacker Hours

    32 Waverly Pl

    You're invited to hack along with the New York Linux Users Group! We are very kindly hosted by the New York Amatuer Computer Club (http://nyacc.org/) which meets at NYU. Please have a government issued form of ID with you. This is a peer-supported workshop where we get together to share current challenges and approaches to solving problems or to just work alongside like-minded individuals and learn through osmosis. This event is NOT a lecture-style meeting. The agenda is generally set when someone poses a question, so bring questions! Some topics up for discussion are: • Install and configuration assistance • Documentation, standards, and best practices • Current events/Conventions • Release testing and bug reporting • Getting started with languages like Python and LaTeX • -Other projects (Pi/Arduino/Analog devices) We will also have brief (approx. 5-10 minute) lightning talks, so please speak with a coordinator if you're interested in sharing some of your work. A laptop is not required but strongly recommended. Bring a project, topic, and questions and work with other enthusiasts on using Linux or get assistance with your own Linux/Open Source projects. Geeks are more sociable solving problems rather then just talking about themselves.

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  • NYLUG Open Hacker Hours

    32 Waverly Pl

    You're invited to hack along with the New York Linux Users Group! We are very kindly hosted by the New York Amatuer Computer Club (http://nyacc.org/) which meets at NYU. Please have a government issued form of ID with you. This is a peer-supported workshop where we get together to share current challenges and approaches to solving problems or to just work alongside like-minded individuals and learn through osmosis. This event is NOT a lecture-style meeting. The agenda is generally set when someone poses a question, so bring questions! Some topics up for discussion are: • Install and configuration assistance • Documentation, standards, and best practices • Current events/Conventions • Release testing and bug reporting • Getting started with languages like Python and LaTeX • -Other projects (Pi/Arduino/Analog devices) We will also have brief (approx. 5-10 minute) lightning talks, so please speak with a coordinator if you're interested in sharing some of your work. A laptop is not required but strongly recommended. Bring a project, topic, and questions and work with other enthusiasts on using Linux or get assistance with your own Linux/Open Source projects. Geeks are more sociable solving problems rather then just talking about themselves.

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  • Introduction to HashiCorp Vault

    DigitalOcean

    Armon Dadgar -on- Introduction to HashiCorp Vault Secret data is everywhere, from database credentials, TLS certificates, API tokens, to encryption keys. Managing secrets is a difficult challenge, but HashiCorp Vault provides an answer. In this talk, we discuss the challenges in secret management, provide an overview of Vault, and discuss how Vault is operationalized and used in the real world. Links: -------------- * Vault: https://www.vaultproject.io * Twitter: https://twitter.com/armon * LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/armon-dadgar/ Afterwards: --------------- Join us afterwards at the Cupping Room Cafe where we'll continue the discussion over drinks and/or food. The Cupping Room Cafe is located at 359 W Broadway, two blocks from the venue. Speaker Bio: ----------------- Armon (@armon) has a passion for distributed systems and their application to real-world problems. He is a founder and CTO of HashiCorp, where he brings distributed systems into the world of DevOps tooling. He has worked on Nomad, Vault, Terraform, Consul, and Serf at HashiCorp, and maintains the Statsite and Bloomd OSS projects.

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  • NYLUG Open Hacker Hours

    New York University Silver Center for Arts and Science

    You're invited to hack along with the New York Linux Users Group! We are very kindly hosted by the New York Amatuer Computer Club (http://nyacc.org/) which meets at NYU. Please have a government issued form of ID with you. This is a peer-supported workshop where we get together to share current challenges and approaches to solving problems or to just work alongside like-minded individuals and learn through osmosis. This event is NOT a lecture-style meeting. The agenda is generally set when someone poses a question, so bring questions! Some topics up for discussion are: • Install and configuration assistance • Documentation, standards, and best practices • Current events/Conventions • Release testing and bug reporting • Getting started with languages like Python and LaTeX • -Other projects (Pi/Arduino/Analog devices) We will also have brief (approx. 5-10 minute) lightning talks, so please speak with a coordinator if you're interested in sharing some of your work. A laptop is not required but strongly recommended. Bring a project, topic, and questions and work with other enthusiasts on using Linux or get assistance with your own Linux/Open Source projects. Geeks are more sociable solving problems rather then just talking about themselves.

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  • Resource Control @ Facebook

    Two Sigma Investments 23rd floor

    Tejun Heo -on- Resource Control @ Facebook Facebook has been actively experimenting with cgroup2 resource control for years. In the process, we developed several kernel and userland mechanisms, fixed numerous isolation issues, and discovered a number of surprising interactions. We finally have work-conserving full-OS resource control working and are now in the process of refining and deploying for various applications including workload protection. Afterwards: --------------- Join us afterwards at the Cupping Room Cafe where we'll continue the discussion over drinks and/or food. The Cupping Room Cafe is located at 359 W Broadway, two blocks from the venue. Speaker Bio: ----------------- Tejun has been working on the Linux kernel for over 15 years across various subsystems from device drivers to core infrastructures. Since 2011, he has been maintaining cgroup, the Linux kernel resource control subsystem, and, for the past five years, working on cgroup2 to solve the previous version's fundamental shortcomings. Tejun currently leads resource control efforts at Facebook.

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  • NYLUG Open Hacker Hours

    New York University Silver Center for Arts and Science

    You're invited to hack along with the New York Linux Users Group! We are very kindly hosted by the New York Amatuer Computer Club (http://nyacc.org/) which meets at NYU. Please have a government issued form of ID with you. This is a peer-supported workshop where we get together to share current challenges and approaches to solving problems or to just work alongside like-minded individuals and learn through osmosis. This event is NOT a lecture-style meeting. The agenda is generally set when someone poses a question, so bring questions! Some topics up for discussion are: • Install and configuration assistance • Documentation, standards, and best practices • Current events/Conventions • Release testing and bug reporting • Getting started with languages like Python and LaTeX • -Other projects (Pi/Arduino/Analog devices) We will also have brief (approx. 5-10 minute) lightning talks, so please speak with a coordinator if you're interested in sharing some of your work. A laptop is not required but strongly recommended. Bring a project, topic, and questions and work with other enthusiasts on using Linux or get assistance with your own Linux/Open Source projects. Geeks are more sociable solving problems rather then just talking about themselves.

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  • NYLUG Open Hacker Hours

    New York University Silver Center for Arts and Science