Topic: Lightning Talks
When: Thursday, 11th September 2014, 7pm (pizza from 6.45pm)
Where: NC State Engineering Building I Room 1007, Centennial Campus
Parking: The parking decks and Oval Drive street parking are free after 5pm
Map: Google Maps
"A lightning talk is a very short presentation given at a conference or similar forum. Unlike other presentations, lightning talks last only a few minutes and several will usually be delivered in a single period by different speakers." - Wikipedia
Lightning talks are fun to watch and even more fun to give. Everyone is passionate about something, and this is a great way to share that passion. It takes very little commitment to present something, making it a great way to test the waters before giving larger presentations. Submit your talk via the Sign Up Form
Speaker Preparation Workshop
TriLUG will be running an optional Lightning Talk prep session at Splat Space
Explain Fedora.next, the working groups, and products.
Using Owncloud and a Beaglebone Black you can create your own dropbox/google calendar/google contacts with as much space as you want! I'm creating a guide so anyone else can also do it. The basics are mostly there and I'd love some help!
The talk would be a brief description of the project, a demonstration of my personal owncloud (and the speed of transfer), and a call for help.
LilyPond is a free (GPLv3) music engraving or typesetting app. LilyPond is somewhat similar to LaTeX but for music. This talk will give a quick overview as well as demonstration of working with LilyPond on Linux which I have used for professional purposes.
As a network engineer discussing a network as always means getting out a piece of paper and drawing the network. Would be nice to sketch a network diagram and quickly save it for later on a computer. So i can make it pretty on visio later. VeegeeX(vgx) is my open source attempt at this problem.
Stupid pinging web app i showed off last year. revamping it
fio is the Swiss Army Knife of I/O Test and Benchmarking tools. It supports many different I/O engines, and can work with complete block devices or files. It runs on Linux, Windows, and various UNIX flavors.
This lighting talk will be a brief introduction to fio and how it works.