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PS:One at Flourish March 19 & 20

Photo by Anne Petersen

This Friday and Saturday, the Chicago area open source community will converge on the University of Illinois at Chicago for this year’s Flourish Conference.

Flourish is a totally free (as in beer) conference and if you register ahead of time you get a free t-shirt as well.  Speakers will be covering various topics such as Git, Python, Women in Open Source, Building Open Source Software Communities and Video Recording Presentations.

Pumping Station: One will be manning a table in the mini-expo room handing out stickers and debuting our larger than life photobooth TARDIS for the first time outside our space.  Bring yourself and your friends to come see us and all the great speakers at UIC this weekend.  At 6:00 PM on Saturday right after Flourish 2010 closes, there will be an afterparty at OfficePort Chicago sponsored by ChicagoAndroid.com.

See you there!

Details:

Friday, March 19 & Saturday March 20
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
University of Illinois at Chicago
750 South Halsted St., Chicago, IL

You can visit the conference website at http://flourishconf.com to register, sign up for Lightning Talks, see last year’s photos & videos and more.

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03 2010

Upcoming Classes

LDAP POIX user/groups

This class will include a basic LDAP crash course and how to use LDAP to store POSIX user and group information.

October 3rd at 7:00 PM

Perl

This class will provide a basic introduction to Perl.

October 3rd at 5:00 PM

LAPP/LAMP

This class will cover setting up Apache, MySQL/PostgreSQL, and PHP/Perl on Ubuntu and if any one present is interested CentOS as well.

The first class will cover installation and stuff required immediately post installation and be held October 3rd at 6:00PM.

The second will cover configuration and be held October 4th at 6:00 PM.

All the above classes are free to members in good standing, non-members may attend for $5.  Ask for Zane.

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09 2009