[Noisebridge-discuss] [Noisebridge-announce] Rails class 2/4: Command Line Basics
gabe at railsschool.org
Sat Feb 1 19:29:36 UTC 2014
I think "Free software for beginners" would be totally rad. Like, bring an
old laptop and install CrunchBang or another lightweight, friendly, desktop
distribution and get it set up for an everyday computer. It'd be very
empowering for people to see that you don't need a fancy computer or
expensive software to have a great personal machine. (a machine that would
also be perfect for the Ruby/Rails class ;))
On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 11:55 PM, Ronald Cotoni <setient at gmail.com> wrote:
> I might revive the Linux class at noisebridge and have an actual class. I
> need to spend some time coming up with material and writing documentation.
> I could go into depth about things like configuration management,
> scaling, installing linux, how linux works and all sorts of things. Do you
> think there is interest? I am a Linux Systems Engineer by trade. I also
> do some Windows stuff too.
> On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 9:44 PM, maestro <maestro415 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Very cool ...
>> Nice job Gabe...
>> Message ends
>> On Friday, January 31, 2014, Gabe Kopley <gabe at railsschool.org> wrote:
>> > Hi, Noisebridge! We added a new class at 7pm on February 4, 2014
>> > Command Line Basics
>> > Get up to speed on using the command line in Mac OSX, Linux, and other
>> Unix-like environments
>> > For a head start, watch Command Line Basics by Richard Schneeman and
>> read The Command Line Crash Course by Zed Shaw.
>> > I'll post a hangout link in the whiteboard at 7pm.
>> > RSVP here: Command Line Basics
>> > May The Force Be With You!
>> > Best regards,
>> > Rails School, www.railsschool.org
>> *~the quieter you become, the more you are able to hear...*
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> Ronald Cotoni
> Systems Engineer
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