Linuxing in London is the place for all things Linux*. It is an initiative to explore everything related to Linux from the server, to the desktop, the IoT, the Cloud, and beyond.
Our objectives are to:
- provide an engaging platform for industry speakers, educators, specialists and enthusiasts
- inform a wider audience on the benefits of Linux usage, the challenges happening in the industry
- stimulate appropriate debate on key technical themes
- encourage participation from the entire London tech community
Every month we will actively seek out talks from top Linux vendors, experts, and from our community.
We encourage a large range of Linux fans to educate, exchange views, and be better informed through the open source revolution that is Linux!
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Linuxing in London- January
Linuxing in London is the place for all things Linux*. It is an initiative to explore everything related to Linux from the server, to the desktop, the IoT, the Cloud, and beyond. Come along to shake off the New Year blues with a couple of interesting technology talks!hardware cloud server iot linux
Getting started with CLI programs in Rust
Featuring Florian Gilcher
Rust is generally seen as an alternative to C and C++. But it is also gaining popularity for writing simple CLI programs, as a little stricter, faster and more easily distributable alternative to Python and Ruby. This is not only because CLI programming is in itself approachable, but also because...cli-programs cli open-source linux rust
PWM from a Linux Daemon, I Told You It Was a Bad Idea, Now Here’s How to Do It
Featuring Carl Peto
Join Carl Peto as he covers everything from what PWM is and why it's useful to writing the daemon. Don't miss it!pwm open-source linux
Building A Voice-Enabled Security Camera With A Mobile app and a Raspberry Pi
Featuring Danilo Poccia
In this session we’ll use deep learning powered services from AWS, to build a security camera with face and object recognition, configurable via a text or voice chatbot interface in a mobile app, using the AWS IoT platform to provide a secure and scalable connection.mobile aws hardware iot linux
A Docker workshop with Elton Stoneman
Featuring Elton Stoneman
Do you want to learn more about Dockerising apps in Linux? At this month's Linuxing in London we're joined by Elton Stoneman! Join in this hands-on workshop to learn all the core concepts and get practical experience with Docker.cloud web-apps node.js container linux docker
Raspberry Pi 101, Installing From Scratch and the Theory Behind It
Featuring Brian Byrne
Interested in operating systems? Have a Raspberry Pi and wonder what to do with it? This free hands-on class, by Brian Byrne, maybe just what you need! Brian will teach you about installing a Raspberry Pi 101 and the theory behind operating systems and the Internet of Things (IoT).raspberry-pi hardware iot open-source cloud