27th January 2020 – Special workshop: Linux from scratch and Linux 103 – the CLI and beyond. ✔
25th February 2020 – Free workshop: Linux from scratch and Linux 103 – the CLI and beyond. ✔
19th March 2020 – Postponed: Graph databases, automated machine learning and Python.
22nd April 2020 – Virtual event – First time GitLab and CI/CD with Michael Friedrich. ✔
30th April 2020 – Virtual event – Docker 101 with Elton Stoneman. ✔
7th May 2020 – Virtual event – Kubernetes 101 with Elton Stoneman. ✔
26th May 2020 – Virtual event – A lap around JetBrains Space with Maarten Balliauw. ✔
17th June – Virtual event – Linux: what use is a confined user shell? with Alan Griffiths. ✔
20th August – Virtual event – Mattermost on Linux, better Slack than Slack? https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/linuxing-in-london-mattermost-on-linux-better-slack-than-slack-tickets-115444424381
After we cancelled our ’19th March 2020 – Graph databases, automated machine learning and Python’ physical event we have started to organise virtual events in light of the Covid19 pandemic, details can be found on our Eventbrite page.
Our events had been hosted at Skills Matter, the premier technology venue in London, for the past three+ years. Many, many thanks to Wendy and the staff for their generosity, goodwill and hospitality. We miss them.
Skills Matter was a short walk from Moorgate and Liverpool Street stations until its demise.
More recently, we have had the hospitality of the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists (WCIT), by the Barbican and charming they have been!
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Please note: all Linuxing in London events are free to attendees, and are purely a voluntary community effort.
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