See also the page on lanyrd.com
kansas based hacker/podcaster/linux guy "How to Get Yourself On an Open Source Podcast"
james o keating
james at okeating.net
"Crowdfunding, open source, and you. How to make a living doing what you love and giving back."
Kansas City * https://plus.google.com/+AndrewBeals
"RPM Building 101" talk/demo for the Kansas Linux Fest. I'm planning to cover the following topics:
- The Specfile and the corresponding rpmbuild invocations
- Intermediate tools: (mock)
- Advanced tools: koji (Fedora and CentOS build systems)
I'd like one of the 1 hour slots if possible.
Manager, Solutions Engineering email@example.com
- https://plus.google.com/+SpencerHunley/posts Topic : accessibility and assistive technology (AT) in Linux
Application Developer at BalancedComp
Founder of devICT - Wichita Developer Community
Topic: The rise of node and npm
MySQL Community Manager at Oracle https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidmstokes https://twitter.com/stoker * https://opensourcedba.wordpress.com/
Open Source Developer Advocate at Twitter Apache Mesos/Aurora
- HP Enterprise Services
- Omaha Linux Users Group.
Linux Certifications I will be discussing the different types of certifications available for Linux, as well as diving into the requirements for each certification, training paths and costs.
My goal is twofold, one to educate the community on the different certification paths, and two to provide information on the most cost-effective way to get certified. (with as little money as possible!)
Jacob is a Wichita based software engineer with 5 years of professional experience. He is a co-organizer of devICT, Wichita's developer community. He has been involved in many types of custom software projects and most recently has taken on the role of running Ad Astra Academy, a developer training program in Wichita.
Presentation: Getting Started With Go
This presentation introduces the programming language Go with an emphasis on what makes the language different, how to get started, and how to be a successful gopher.
JeffR@hutchgov.com Network Administrator City of Hutchinson www.hutchgov.com
I'm the network administrator for the City of Hutchinson and we are running sipXecs which is based on Freeswitch. We have around 250 phones on the system and I didn't know if it would be fitting to have a talk about how the network here was built out to support VoIP as well as a discussion about Asterisk vs Freeswitch and how we decided to use one over the other. I could also discuss the merits of Asterisk and Freeswitch and how one would work better in different situations.
Open Hardware hacking GSM network security hacking via Osmocom
Ben C. Roose
Systems Administrator for Dept. of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Wichita State University, which includes handling a number of departmental Linux servers and Debian-based LTSP (Linux Terminal Server Project) labs. Also the 2014/15 president of the WSU Linux Users Group (WuLUG): https://www.facebook.com/wulug
Tutorial on Linux File Access Control
An introduction to file and directory permissions in Unix, concepts of the Extend filesystem structure, and basic theory of hard/soft links with practical applications.