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Eugene Mah

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Southeast Linuxfest 2016 is coming up in a few weeks!

June 10-12 at the Sheraton Charlotte Airport hotel in Charlotte, SC (same place as the last few years).

Schedule for this year's event should be coming out soon

I'll be heading out early morning June 10 (around 0500ish or so) and returning June 12 if anybody wants to carpool out there with me.
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Alena Alambeigi

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Can anyone recommend good public or private local facebook tech groups? 
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+Alena Alambeigi​, feel free to start one. Sometimes that's the quickest way to discover what already exists.
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Tom Wilson
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We are putting on a NodeBots Event on July 25! Robots + JavaScript = FUN!

For more details: http://nodebotschs.github.io/

Follow us @nodebotschs

Please spread the word!
A one day gathering for people to learn, create, and discover NodeBots. July 25th, 2015. Jack Russel Software, Charleston, SC. Agenda. Saturday, July 25th. Come experience a full day of assembling, coding, and challenging your fellow attendees to a friendly battle or race of robots.
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Yes, just need signup to eventbrite so we can get supplies for everyone
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Ted Behling

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Charleston Ruby Society meets Wednesday at Iron Yard: http://www.meetup.com/The-Iron-Yard-Charleston/events/222396017/
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TJ Nelson

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Hello All, I wanted to let you know that there will be a Google I/O Extended Charleston event May 28th, Where you can see the streams of the event at the American theater and attend Code labs for Free! Check it out.
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Ted Behling

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I wanted to mention I just stood up Deis, a private PaaS platform based on Docker and CoreOS. Looks pretty nice if your team wants a private Heroku style deployment experience. The best part to me is it runs on top of CoreOS, so if I decide Deis isn't right, I don't have to totally replace everything. The idea is you deploy with "git push deis master" and it compiles your code into a Docker container, then launches it with Fleet (standard part of CoreOS). (Thanks for the tip +Tom Wilson​). 
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Yeah I would be willing to do that if somebody arranges a chuug meeting. Hit me up for dates. In general I followed the instructions on the Deis site to deploy on Google Compute Engine (IaaS)
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Chris Ahlstrom

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Our project is looking for a "junior" Java developer.  Knowing C++ is a plus.  Let me know if you're interested.
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Tom Wilson
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Hey CHSTech!

Working on a crazy concept to re-think application architecture, based on turning the database inside out, full stack flux, and micro-services.  
If anyone is interested, I would love to get some feedback on a new concept we are working on, it is still early stages and very much in flux.  If you would like to collaborate on this mad science, you are welcome!  I would love to share at the next CHUUG - If you have 15 minutes check out this short screen cast - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INP1uuOYU3E&feature=youtu.be

Github project here:  -> https://github.com/twilson63/palmettoflow 


Let me know, what you think, please have an open mind because it does break current best practices.  Have a great weekend!
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David Elam

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Does anyone know of a person or group that organizes user test groups in Charleston?  My California based co-workers would like to come here to interview people who may fit our demographic.  They would like to hire somebody to organize a few days worth of user trials including finding potential candidates.  Organizer and testers would be paid.  Anyone know of a group or somebody in Charleston that does this??    
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Ted Behling

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Hi, has anybody been trying Dart?  I'd be interested to hear your experiences (either experimental or in production).
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Mike, at work, is a fan.
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Eugene Mah

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It's a GO hackathon. In case anyone is interested, the Makelab guys are hosting an event for it.

http://www.meetup.com/Makelab-Charleston/events/219785827/
How does the Gopher Gala work? Participants will break up into teams of 1-4 people before the Gala begins, and then over the course of a 48-hour period will produce a standalone application. There are no rules on what you can make - however, the critical part of your app must be written in Go.
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FYI, the winners for this got posted, and there were some pretty cool projects. http://gophergala.com/blog/gopher/gala/2015/02/03/winners/
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This group allows its attendees to pitch technical topics they will either speak on, or want to hear about. While it is limited to tech, there is nothing within that field that is off-limits. So, on the 4th(or 3rd if the month has no 4th, just follow the community :-) Thursday of the month, come dine/drink with us and discuss technical things!

Heow Goodman

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Functional Programming Meetup on Mar 15! http://functional.sc
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There's now a Slack channel(s) for #chstech.  Feel free to join us.
Join Charleston Tech Slack on Slack. 64 users online now of 173 registered. Get my Invite. powered by slackin.
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...then hop on #functionalprogramming
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Mike Astle

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Anybody got a recommendation for  a build-to-spec PC vendor for some high(ish)-end Windows boxes?
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I've been building pc's for 25 years. Located in Andrews, SC. Call me after 6pm at 843-264-2262
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Eugene Mah

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The SouthEast LinuxFest is pleased to release our draft schedule and special event listing for #self2015 http://ht.ly/Mp09m
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Steve Spence

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A Kickstarter that gives back to the Maker community! http://kck.st/1NQrvaC
Salil is raising funds for SainLABS - so ANYONE can learn the latest in DIY technology on Kickstarter! Connecting beginners and experts by building a WIki, App, and a Mobile Lab to develop an Open-Source community.
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Eugene Mah

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Eugene Mah

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Short notice, but this wandered across my stream

Hack Night at The Iron Yard Charleston
Come one, come all to Hack Night! Hack night is a gathering of programmers, designers, hardware hackers, and other tech minded creators. We're open to all who are wanting to make something, contribute to open source, or need help with a project. Charleston has a great tech community with a lot of focused gatherings on learning code and sharing ideas or new technologies, but there's not really a regular meetup for hacking on some code or collabora...
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Hack night is set up as a monthly event now
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Ted Behling

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Folks here might be interested in this training.  There is a small fee but I saw Paul Burbage at Barcamp and he did a great presentation on the "bash bug" vulnerability.  http://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-i-pwned-your-website-tickets-15471418429
“Capturing and Dissecting Content Management System Attacks with Honeypots” We will examine the nature of these vulnerabilities and recreate them for exploitation in a lab environment. You will learn how to set up a safe lab environment for attacking with some of the latest public web application exploits, and be challenged with a Capture the Flag (CTF) event at the end of the class. Who should take this "How I Pwned Your Website"? Malicious a...
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Mike Astle

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Who in the Charleston area is doing native Android and/or iOS development?  Looking for individuals and companies that I can badger with questions and maybe work with.
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Mike, I've been asking around and haven't had much luck finding talent locally doing native app development.  Local shops that I have talked to are farming the work out to contractors because of the lack of talent.  I'm doing the same.  It's such a shame because in Silicon Valley, everyone wants to "go mobile".  
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