Welcome

KWLUG - The Kitchener-Waterloo Linux User Group is a monthly meeting of GNU/Linux, Free Software, Open Source and technology enthusiasts.

Where? When? We meet in Kitchener, Ontario, usually on the first (non-holiday) Monday of the month, beginning at 7pm. (Directions)

How much? Our meetings are free of charge and open to anybody with an interest in Linux and/or free software.

What next?

Upcoming Meetings

KWLUG Meeting: Monday, December 5 2016, 7pm

Date: 
Monday, 5 December 2016
Presentation Topic

C Language Introduction, webOS

Colin Mills will give us an introduction to the C programming language. He writes:

C is the backbone of modern computing. Its a broad statement but I
believe it be true. With roots in almost every operating system on the
planet and having a rich forty year old history C still
stands. Providing both flexibility and simplicity C embodies the
world's first portable abstraction over hardware. Having an idea of
memory and lower level programming concepts helps us in all areas
of our computing lives. Come learn the one of the world's first
"higher level" programming from the basics.

Chris Irwin will discuss his adventures with webOS, the open-source tablet/TV/phone operating system you may have never heard of (but might very well use).

Presented

KWLUG Meeting: Monday, January 9 2017, 7pm

Date: 
Monday, 9 January 2017
Presentation Topic

Vagrant workshop

Justin Filip will lead an interactive workshop on setting up Vagrant. He writes:

Have you ever heard or used the phrase “well, it worked on my machine”? Have you ever tried to replicate your production environment locally and found it to be incredibly difficult, hard to accurately reproduce or completely impossible? Are you trying to do anything at all on a Windows machine?

Presented

KWLUG Meeting: Monday, February 6 2017, 7pm

Date: 
Monday, 6 February 2017
Presentation Topic

OSSIM + 1 more

Mark Steffen will tell us about AlienVault OSSIM an open source secuity information and events management system (SIEM). These systems are used to collect and correlate information about security-related events, for use in intrusion detection and management. Mark will tell us more about SIEMs, and demonstrate how to configure OSSIM for a small organization or paranoid home user.

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