April's topic will be "POSIX Commands and Scripting" presented by Nathan Harris
Shell scripting provides a rich set of capabilities for automating tasks. Often, a simple shell script can take the place of a far more complex program written in a traditional programming language. This presentation will help developers understand the pros and cons of POSIX scripting, and will describe best practices for incorporating them within software projects.
About the Speaker
Nathan Harris: BSIT USF-SM. Software Developer at Star2Star communications. Works with POSIX, OO PHP, JS, HTML, MYSQL daily to provide device configuration interfaces to client base and resellers.
This event will take place on Wednesday April 29, 2015.
Please RSVP for this event! RSVP's are important for allocating space, food, etc!
The doors will be locked and somebody will be there to let you in from 6:00pm - 6:30pm. If you arrive after 6:30pm please email (events @ srqsoftware . io) and somebody will meet you down stairs.
After the event there is an open invitation to go out for dinner at 2 Senoritas (just a brief walk away).
6:00pm- 6:30pm: Networking (3rd floor bar)
6:30pm - 8:00pm: Presentation (2nd floor conference room)
8:00pm Dinner at 2 Senoritas (http://www.twosenoritas.com/) after the event