[CDBUG-talk] TODAY: CDBUG Meeting - Giving your first tech talk: an analysis of an OpenBSD talk
doon at labratsoftware.com
Tue Nov 11 07:52:35 EST 2014
On street parking shouldn't be a problem tonight. Normally park on Pearl or on state at in front of the building. Meters are off by then.
As the building will be closed you will need to come to the front door (state st side) and ring the buzzer to have the guard let you in. We are on the 7th floor. Glass and wood doors that say INOC / ion in the glass. If the door isn't unlocked you can ring the buzzer b
Typed with my thumbs on a mobile device please excuse any errors.
> On Nov 11, 2014, at 7:30 AM, Steve Moon <steve.moon at gmail.com> wrote:
> Looking forward to it. Any information on where to park, what door to go in, what floor to go to, etc.?
>> On Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 12:09 AM, Brian Callahan <bcallah at devio.us> wrote:
>> Hi cdbug-talk --
>> Reminder that today, November 11, at 6:45 PM at INOC (80 State St., Albany), CDBUG will be holding its regular monthly meeting. Hope to see everyone there!
>> As mentioned before, there will be give-aways in the form of review copies of "The Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System, 2nd Ed."
>> Giving your first tech talk: an analysis of an OpenBSD talk
>> Whether it's for work, CDBUG, or anywhere in-between, giving talks is a skill everyone should have in their back pocket. This talk reviews an OpenBSD talk given in October at RPISEC, the computer security club at RPI. It details aspects the speaker thought went well and what did not, followed by an overview of how the speaker approaches giving talks. It will end with a discussion on how to begin giving your own talks in a no-pressure, supportive atmosphere such as CDBUG.
>> Speaker Bio:
>> Brian is a Ph.D. student in the Science and Technology Studies department at RPI, interested in studying local community formation around Free and Open Source Software projects. He is also an OpenBSD developer, focusing primarily on ports.
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