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Posted 18 March 2012 - 07:00 PM

SHOW NOTESHPR Interview David Whitman with Carl Symons and John BlanfordLinuxFest Northwest 2012Bellingham, Washington 98225 USAApril 28th & 29th, 2012http://www.linuxfestnorthwest.org/Admission Free or support the fest as an Individual Supporter -60 USD******************SessionsA’salt’ing Your Computers *Accessibility: It’s about you!-(Beginner)Alan Turing: The First 100 years, by author George DysonAlpha GeekAmazon and the Future of the Open CloudAn Intro to CrunchBangAsk Your Users: Redesigning the Western website for Drupal with user feedback (Beginner)Automate Your Infrastructure With ChefAutomated License Plate Recognition use by law enforcementBAIRS (Bellingham Artificial Intelligence & Robotics Society) (Beginner)Blender: a 3D introductionBorder CrossingsBring Intelligence Back to Your Scheduled TasksBSD VirtualizationBuilding my first module with Drupal!Building RPMs for enterprise deploymentsCrash Course in Open Source Cloud ComputingCreative camera control under GNU/Linux.Creating Solutions with CentOS StudioCustom Live LinuxCustomizing Linux for the ClassroomDeploying an IaaS cloud with CloudStackDIY Man in the Middle for Security and PrivacyEmbedded Hardware Development In LinuxEnterprise Systems Management with SpacewalkFedena: Open Source School management systemGit Deep: A deep dive into GitFile Security: Lock Down Your DataFree (as in speech) brewing (as in beer)FreeNAS: Open Souce Storage SolutionGame DenGet Cloudy!Getting started with UbuntuGnome 3 on it's own merit.Help us get open source used in local schoolsHigh Availability Clustering with LinuxIntroduction to DrupalIntroduction to Joomla!Introduction to the i3 Window ManagerjQuery Tips and TricksJump Start with Symfony2kismet BOFLean startup overview/The Idea LabLean startup/Agile developmentLinux SSTP Server - VPN For Windows ClientsLinux Alternative Rescue DiskLinux Groups 2.1: Noob Morning in AmericaLinux Logical Volume Manager Advanced TopicsLinux Made EasyLinux Performance AnalysisLinux PermissionsLinux SSTP Server - VPN For Windows ClientsLogical Volume Management: Maximize your Hard Disk SpaceMeet Fedora: The Not-So-Miraculous story of a successful community, and where the Fedora Project is today. Messaging for Free Software Groups and ProjectsMicrocomputer Firmware Development using LinuxMinimizing IT Infrastructure Costs in a Stressed EconomyMonitoring What MattersMultitouch linux- Utouch and GinnMySQL OverviewMySQL Security Beyond The ObviousOpen Source On The FarmOpen Source Software and the Healthcare Data RevolutionopenSUSE--It's not just a distro!ownCloud - Your Cloud, Your Data, Your Way!Panel Forum with ACLU and EFFPenetration Testing at the Speed of Metasploit Perl Regular ExpressionsPHP Multitasking without forkingPolyglot Paas Without Vender Lock-InPowerful Team Collaboration with TracPrerequisites for success in the cloudProgramming Location Based Services applications w/QtRepairing a Hacked Drupal WebsiteRevvy - Are your programs out of date?rshall: A Tool for Managing Hosts in ParallelSecurity Enhanced Linux for Mere MortalsScalable HTML5 Video Player - Development, Extensibility and Targeting Multiple PlatformsSecurity Worst PracticesSoftware Patents: What You Can DoSupporting Classrooms - 101Teaching Linux and Linux System Administration as Distance Education ClassesThe future of web's video – Open, Streamlined, ExcitingThe LFNW World Famous Raffle The MySQL Diaspora in 2012The new MySQL eco-systemThe MySQL Ecosystem Meets the CloudTraffic Redirection With ApacheThe Pop Culture Guide To Open SourceTutoriumUser Space C DevelopmentUsing BackTrack 5 for fun and profit.Using the Red Hat Storage Software Appliance (Gluster)Utilizing Travis CIWe are Legion: Decentralizing the WebWhat Makes Android TickWhat's new in MariaDB 5.5 and what's coming in MariaDB 5.6Why Linux Does Not Suck (Not Even A Little)Why Linux Sucks (As Usual)Wireshark as used by a non-guruXenClient: Client-side virtualization, and how to take Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) offline************************Friday night- Tech Night GatheringMeet and Greet, Job Fair, meet and socialize with other Linux Geeks/ Users **************************Saturday after-Fest partyAppetizers, drinks, dessert, celebration, fun, games and conversation for LFNW attendees at the SPARK Museum of Electrical Invention (formerly the American Museum of Radio and Electricity) (1312 Bay Street). 6:00 - 11:00 p.m.

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