[nycbug-talk] Breakout sessions at NYCBSDCon
bcully at gmail.com
Wed Jun 4 19:24:02 EDT 2008
Honestly, for most people and purposes PCRE should be fine. Cover
backtracking, greed, and references and you've hit why regexp is useful.
On Jun 4, 2008, at 19:05, "Ray Lai" <nycbug at cyth.net> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 6:56 PM, Okan Demirmen <okan at demirmen.com>
>> On Sun 2008.06.01 at 19:28 -0400, Steven Kreuzer wrote:
>>> In case you are not aware, we have been working with the BSD
>>> Certification team
>>> to give an exam at the conference in October.
>>> We will have a classroom at the conference that will be used to
>>> hold breakout
>>> sessions to help let people brush up on some of the
>>> topics that will be covered on the exam.
>>> We are currently looking for individuals who can give 30 minute
>>> courses on the following topics:
>>> 1. Subnetting
>>> 2. tar/pax/cpio
>>> 3. Regular Expressions
>>> 4. pf (however, the exam is more on recognition than hands on)
>>> 5. Permissions (octal, symbolic, chmod, umask, etc.)
>>> 6. Basic Unix tasks (cron jobs, symbolic links, simple sh scripts,
>>> 7. rc and sysctl
>>> If you would like to volunteer, please attend the next NYCBUG
>>> meeting on June
>>> 4th and come and find me so we can work out the details.
>> after (during actually) this evening's meeting, we have:
>> bsd cert tutorials
>> 1. subnetting - mark
>> 2. tar/pax/cpio - ?
>> 3. regular expressions - ?
>> 4. pf (however, the exam is more on recognition than hands on) -
>> 5. permissions (octal, symbolic, chmod, umask, etc.) - ?
>> 6. basic unix tasks (cron jobs, symbolic links, simple sh scripts,
>> etc) - mike
>> 7. rc and sysctl - ?
>> 8. user administration - ivan
> Damn, forgot about the meeting... um, I can do regexp and permissions,
> but how deep do you need to go for regexp? Nothing too fancy, I hope.
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