[Announce-nycbug] April 7th Monthly Meeting, NYCBUG

G. Rosamond george at sddi.net
Fri Apr 2 12:35:04 EST 2004

Please note that this is likely the last meeting at 23rd street.  The
new location is probably the Apple Store in Soho.  Details will follow.

This April's NYCBUG is:

# April 7th Monthly Meeting: Edward Eigerman, an Apple engineer, on
Apple's OS X and BSD

7 pm, 116 W. 23rd Street, 5th Floor

Edward Eigerman will be speaking about the history of Apple's OS X and
BSD. The presentation is outlined as follows:

History of Darwin
The Structure of OS X
OS X and Unix
OS X Server as a platform
Xserve/Xserve RAID

May and June meetings are likely to be. . .

# May 5th Monthly Meeting: BSD Consulting, a Roundtable Discussion

7 pm, Location TBA

There are enormous opportunies for BSD consulting today. Join us in a
discussion covering some experiences from a few NYCBUG members who do
BSD consulting, and bring your own feedback on this very relevant topic.

# June 2nd Monthly Meeting: Isaac Levy on Hacking Your IBook

7 pm, Location TBA

>From Usenix to Thursday night at DBA, IBooks are omnipresent in the
hands of UNIX hackers. With FreeBSD at the core of Apple's OS X, there
isn't much need to wonder why.

Isaac Levy, a member of the Lower East Side Mac Unix User Group, will
show you how to get to the heart of your IBook, and illustate some less
known hacks. 

We look forward to seeing you there.


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