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Stammtisch pages updated

Finally got around to some page updates. Some general updates on the Stammtische page and added information for the new East Valley Free Software Stammtisch.

The East Valley Free Software Stammtisch moved to Iguana Macks a couple of months ago. After having met in Tempe for over a decade, we moved a few miles east to Mesa. It's a good location and we've mostly had a good turnout. Sorry about December Brian :).

Presentation accepted for SCaLE 9x

Apparently my Tunneling with SSH presentation was accepted for SCaLE 9x as I'm on the schedule. No email confirmation yet. I presume that'll come through soon.

This presentation is an expansion and update of my Linux Journal article on how to Use SSH to Cross a Suspect Host Securely from last year.

Tech Evangelist job @ Mozilla

Be a tech evangelist for Mozilla. "Part hacker, part evangelist, part project manager, you're all about making sure developers have the knowledge they need to turn out really cool, cutting edge apps." Sounds pretty cool. Let me know if you get the gig :).

Technical Evangelist

Job Type: Full-Time

ABLEconf call for presentations open

ABLEconf has opened it's call for presentations. Proposals are due by January 22nd.

Want to tell others about how your business uses Free Software? Does Free Software save your business money or otherwise make it more capable? Working with Android, Maemo, OpenMoko, MeeGo or other Free Software mobile platforms? Are you using Free Software in government or education? Submit a proposal to let us know how.

Red Hat Road Tour 2010

The Red Hat Road Tour is coming to Phoenix on 2010Okt12. Sign up for the half-day seminar. Topics will include virtualization, infrastructure and cloud.

Both the registration page and the thank you page are hosted on engage.RedHat.com, but in order to register you have to allow javascript from eloqua.com. No need to allow javascript from RedHat.com.

Free Software in Lake Havasu, Arizona?

Do you know of any companies in Lake Havasu that use Free Software such as GNU/Linux, Mozilla Firefox, OpenOffice.org or *BSD? How about individuals that prefer to use Free Software? If so, please contact fuzzyvader in the #ABLEconf channel on irc.Freenode.net.

Linux paid internship in Scottsdale

There's a post on the PLUG site about a paid Linux internship in Scottsdale.

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A Scottsdale company is looking for someone to fill a paid Linux Internship. This requires knowledge in Red Hat based distros with a "nice to have" in LAMP type setups. The candidate would report directly or perhaps indirectly, to Mike Ballon; the position does have a good possibility of becoming full time.
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Annual PLUG party

Every year PLUG has an end of year party for the December east side meeting.

We encourage bringing family and friends. This is a social event with no presentations. We will have some giveaways including some new Free Software comics.

We also encourage bringing some food to share.

No alcohol because the meeting is at a school.

This will be the only in person PLUG meeting this month, so turn out and participate.

GNU/Linux security class will run for MCC

MCC's GNU/Linux security class is scheduled to start Oktober 20th. This one doesn't run very often, so sign up now.

The class has been confirmed for this quarter. It will be running.

The class got dropped from the system, but is being added back in. I was able to confirm tonight that it will be running.

Call the BII at 480 461 6100 and ask for Jessica to sign up for the class.

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