April 2020: Virtual event – First time GitLab and CI/CD with Michael Friedrich

Last Wednesday was a great novelty for us, our very first virtual event via Zoom, we also streamed on YouTube to make the event as accessible as possible (thanks to Michael!). We’ve done over 50 events in four years, however the COVID-19 pandemic necessitated a big change for us. In some regards organizing virtual events… Read More April 2020: Virtual event – First time GitLab and CI/CD with Michael Friedrich

December 2019: The Linuxing Santa arrives, with presents!

We had a marvellous Christmas evening at IBM South Bank after a brief 2019 retrospective by Brian (who insisted on wearing silly Xmas reindeer head dress). The renowned engineer, IBM CTO and inventor Andy Stanford-Clark explained the last 20 years of the MQTT Protocol and a lot more. He certainly knew his stuff, having co-invented… Read More December 2019: The Linuxing Santa arrives, with presents!

Photos: 2018

January 2018 – Rust and more! February 2018 – IBM’s Power architecture and Kubernetes On Azure March 2018 – Serverless, AWS and Apache Mesos May 2018 – AI, an easy Artificial Intelligence workshop with Ross Cruickshank

Photos: 2017

May 2017 – A special evening of Microsoft and Open Source software November 2017 – Docker workshop with Elton Stoneman Xmas 2017 – Mince-pies, give-away and free raffle prizes

How I improved my knowledge of transparency in AI in one evening by Georgina Hodgkinson

[A guest post from one of our members, Georgina Hodgkinson]. I attended a Meetup at Skills Matter hosted by BrianLinuxing from Linuxing in London on 19th June. I travel from Milton Keynes to attend these events when I can. They always have a packed agenda, speakers are impressive and the chance to come home with… Read More How I improved my knowledge of transparency in AI in one evening by Georgina Hodgkinson