Upcoming events in April

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04/14/2014 - 04/18/2014 04/14/2014 - 04/18/2014

Red Hat Summit & DevNation (April 14-18)

Just a quick blurb. Red Hat Summit and DevNation are coming up in April.

Location : Moscone Center: 747 Howard St, San Francisco, CA 94103

05/01/2014 05/01/2014

ALUG: Introduction to Docker – Scott McCarty (May 1st)

Scott McCarty will give a short introduction to Docker and the ecosystem around forming around it. This will include a short presentation followed by a “live demo.”

Location : New Era Restaurant: 10 Massillon Road, Akron, OH 44312, USA

05/08/2014 05/08/2014

Michigan Red Hat Enterprise User Group (May 8th)

Are you a programmer, architect, or systems administrator that leverages Open Source, Red Hat technology in a business critical environment? Do you wish that you could go to Red Hat Summit, but can’t find budget for travel? Then, this local user group is for you.

Location : 22634 Woodward Ave, Ferndale, MI 48220

08/07/2014 08/07/2014

ALUG: A Short History of Bash – Chet Ramey (August 7th)

Chet Ramey, the longtime developer and maintainer of the Bourne-Again Shell (Bash) and the Readline library, will offer his perspective on their history and development.

Location : New Era Restaurant: 10 Massillon Road, Akron, OH 44312, USA

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