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CPC Spring 2013

When: May 11th: 1:30PM – 5PM
Where: Bonderson Building 197 Room 204 (White Hat Security Lab)

Want to prove your programming prowess? The Cal Poly Linux Users Group is pleased to announce our third quarterly programming competition!

The competition will be held on May 11th, this Saturday, in the White Hat Security Lab.

Prizes will be awarded to the top three contestants, and free food will be available for all participants, courtesy of our friends at iFixit! They’re hiring student interns: http://ifixit.com/Info/Jobs

Problems will be similar to those of the ACM-ICPC. Participants of all skill levels are welcome!

For more information, please visit http://cplug.org/cpc 

Let us know you’re coming on our Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/151293838386163/

Hope to see you there!

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FYM Spring 2013

What: Free Your Machine
When: Saturday, April 27, 10am-2pm
Where: 197-204 (Security Lab)
Facebook event

Come have CPLUG install Linux on your computer! We can also troubleshoot any Linux related problems you have, or you can even just show up to hang out.

We will dual boot your machine with Linux Mint (an excellent Linux distribution) so you won’t lose your current OS. We’ll have Linux Mint 14 and Ubuntu 12.10 disks/flash drives on hand, and we can help you install another distribution if you bring your own installation media.

Free Fatte’s pizza will be available, courtesy of our friends at iFixit—they’re hiring for internships!

If you have any questions about the event or Linux in general, feel free to chat with us on IRC at #cplug on freenode.net.

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CPC Winter 2013

When: March 9th: 1:30PM – 5PM
Where: Bonderson Building 197 Room 204 (White Hat Security Lab)

Want to prove your programming prowess? The Cal Poly Linux Users Group is pleased to announce our second quarterly programming competition!

The competition will be held on Marth 9th, this Saturday, in the White Hat Security Lab.

Prizes will be awarded to the top three contestants, and free food will be available for all participants, courtesy of our friends at iFixit! They’re hiring student interns: http://ifixit.com/Info/Jobs

Problems will be similar to those of the ACM-ICPC. Participants of all skill levels are welcome!

For more information, please visit http://cplug.org/cpc

Let us know you’re coming on our Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/events/150596991766920/

Hope to see you there!

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FYM Winter 2013

What: Free Your Machine
When: Saturday, January 26th, 10am-2pm
Where: 197-204 (Security Lab)
Facebook event

Come have CPLUG install Linux on your computer! We can also troubleshoot any Linux related problems you have, or you can even just show up to hang out.

We will dual boot your machine with Linux Mint (an excellent Linux distribution) so you won’t lose your current OS. We’ll have Linux Mint 14 and Ubuntu 12.10 disks on hand, and we can help you install another distribution if you bring your own disks.

Free Fatte’s pizza will be available, courtesy of our friends at iFixit—they’re hiring for internships!

If you have any questions about the event or Linux in general, feel free to chat with us on IRC at #cplug on freenode.net.

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Upcoming talk: Mastering Makefiles and Making Bender Cry

What: Mastering Makefiles and Making Bender Cry
Presenter: Timothy Goya, Systems Software Engineer at Green Hill software, CPLUG alumnus
Where: Security Lab (Building 197, Room 204)
When: Saturday, October 20th, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

CPLUG is excited to host a talk this Saturday by Bash evangelist and ASM madman Timothy Goya, who will be discussing advanced makefile design, code coverage analysis, and low-level application profiling. No prior experience in these areas are required, but come prepared to learn!

Students in or planning to take Dr. Staley’s CPE 305 class are encouraged to attend, as the skills taught will be valuable for this course especially.

Thanks, and we hope to see you there!

Resource from the event: Makefile

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