[CLUG] May Canberra Linux Users Group meeting
u4123459 at anu.edu.au
Tue May 22 12:04:22 GMT 2007
From my perspective,
One of reasons I think is important is that even though the talks at
CLUG can be hard to follow and difficult to understand(obviously not
so much to many others), it does provide me a great opportunity to
expose myself to new technologies.
These technologies may or may not be the ones that interest you at
the moment, or are going to benefit you straight away, however they
might have some impact on you over time.
First of all, if you are constantly, actively looking for what's
coming out at the cutting edge, it makes you ahead in the field.
Secondly, by following the meetings, you can broaden the areas you
are exposed to. I think it is wise to have very broad knowledge, at
the same time focus on what you do well.
That's not to say you should not go upstairs anyway.
On 22/05/2007, at 9:28 PM, Simon Pascal Klein wrote:
> On Tue, 2007-05-22 at 17:53 +1000, Chris wrote:
>> Canberra Linux Users Group Meeting - 24th May 2007
>> Date: 24th May 2007 (Fourth Thursday of the month)
>> Time: 19:00 - 21:00 (or when it finishes)
>> Speaker: David Tulloh and Andrew Tridgell
>> Abstract: David will be giving us some demo on GPS following a
>> couple of
>> interesting discussions we have seen over the past few
>> weeks on
>> the mailing list.
>> Followed by Andrew's talk on Samba clustering. In
>> talk, he will
>> demonstrate to us connecting to a real cluster in Germany
>> and probably some
>> Samba code.
>> Venue: Room N101
>> Computer Science and Information Technology Building
>> North Road
>> The Australian National University
>> See http://clug.org.au/ for more directions and a map
>> Pizza and soft drink/juice. Come hungry and bring
>> about $6
>> to cover the cost of your share if you want some.
>> If you would like to give a talk at a future meeting, please email
> Both talks go over my head. I was wondering whether it would be
> fine to
> for anyone else who'd like to chat with others but not disturb any
> to move upstairs to that lounging area we've been in once before?
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