[ANNOUNCE] Events For This Week - 17 June 2012

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                                          EDITOR's Picks:


Wed Lunch  =   Novell SuSE Linux grp  general geek lunch
                                                                                                         with 
  a presentation on  Grouplink's  everything HelpDesk    eHD

Thurs             =  StL LUG   Automated Web App Testing with Cucumber  
and Selenium
                                                                                                        by 
  Craig Buchek

When you write a web application, you need some way to test that it's  
working properly. It's also helpful to be able to know when you've  
correctly completed a new feature. In this presentation, we'll cover  
several Open Source tools that you can use to test any web site. These  
tools include Selenium (to drive a web browser), Capybara (simple  
front end to Selenium and others), and Cucumber (to write tests in  
English).  You don't need to be a programmer to understand the  
presentation.


Next Week Tuesday    =   Tour Hosterian's new data center



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2:00pm
  moved - stlISSA - Information Systems Security Association

6:30pm
  STL Hadoop Users Grp - v4.0, Cloudera, Apache, MapReduce v2
6:30pm – 8:00pm
600 Emerson Road Suite 400, Saint Louis, MO (map)
VENUE: InciteRetail, Suite 920T


http://www.stlhadoop.org/

Rob Johnson (Cloudera System Engineer) Topic: Cloudera's Distribution  
Including Apache Hadoop Version 4.0 is due out in June.   There are  
many exciting new features included in this release including: *  
Namenode High Availability * Namenode Federation * MapReduce v2  
Matthew Goeke and Erich Hochmuth (Monsanto) * Using Hadoop and  
MapReduce to build data processing pipelines. * We'll cover lessons  
learned migrating legacy workflows and algorithms to MapReduce. Beer  
(Incite Retail) and Pizza (EMC) will be provided.
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7:00pm
  ASEMO Astronomy Digital Imaging SIG
When
Tue, June 19, 7pm – 10pm
Where
Weldon Spring Interpretive Center (map)
Description
See http://www.asemonline.org/>
Digital Special Interest Group ( Digital SIG) meeting on digital  
imaging using ASEM telescopes and cameras (plus private equipment).  
How to use equipment, how to process images, distribution of free  
software, hands on demonstrations, etc. Free, open to public.

Digital Special Interest Group ( Digital SIG) meeting on digital  
imaging using ASEM telescopes and cameras (plus private equipment).  
How to use equipment, how to process images, distribution of free  
software, hands on demonstrations, etc. Free, open to public.

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7:30pm
  ARCH - General Meeting

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Wednesday, June 20

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9:00am
  SLCL - Thornhill Computer Club
10:00am
  SLCL - Jamestown Bluffs Computer Club
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11:30am
                   SNUG -
                                  StL Novell Users Grp & SuSE Linux  
Lunch -

                                                                                 GroupLink's 
  "everything HelpDesk (eHD)"
11:30am – 12:45pm
8130 Brentwood Industrial Dr, Saint Louis, MO 63144 (map)

  http://snug.sluug.org/
GroupLink everything HelpDesk product demonstration.
  Summary: Nate Baldwin of GroupLink will be providing a web based  
demonstration of their premier product, everything HelpDesk (eHD).
  eHD (http://www.grouplink.com/products/ehd.html) is a mobile, web- 
based, user-friendly help desk solution that fulfills the needs of  
multiple departments for incident tracking and workflow management.     
This solution runs smoothly on Mac OS(r), Windows(r), Linux(r) and  
Novell. Being written in Java(r), the help desk runs on any server  
with Java 5 installed.

                                     LOCATION CHANGE: Interchange  
Technology is hosting this meeting in their conference room at 8130  
Brentwood Industrial Dr, Saint Louis, MO 63144. Office number is  
314-647-5440. Lunch will be served.
A lunch time meeting about SuSE Linux & tools as well as other Novell  
sftwr, every 3rd Wednesday. NOTE this month we are NOT at Bandana's  
Bar-BQ!!

LOCATION CHANGE!!!

Seating is limited so please RSVP Gary Hollingsworth by mailto:garyh at itinet.com

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6:00pm
  GCC - Gateway Computer Club
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6:00pm
  STL Wordpress Users Group
When
Wed, June 20, 6pm – 8pm
Where
3301 Wisconsin Ave., Saint Louis, MO (map)
Description
VENUE: goBRANDgo! Offices See http://www.meetup.com/stlwordpress/
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6:30pm
  stlPM - StL Perl Mongers Grp - Duck Duck Go DDG
When
Wed, June 20, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Where
Intoximeters, Inc. 2081 Craig Road Saint Louis, MO 63146 (map)
Description
VENUE: MOVED THIS MONTH!!! NOT at Workhorse Computing on Flora!
Meetings are on every 3rd Wednesday of the month http:// 
stlouis.pm.org/ "St. Louis Perl Mongers"

TOPIC: This month we'll meet to discuss the Duck Duck Go plugin API,  
as documented by DDG. After a brief discussion we will break into  
groups of 1 or more to hack on the API and see what fun ideas we can  
implement. We can end by showing off anything that people might have  
done. Be sure to bring neat ideas! The location is changing for this  
month! Time: 6:30 PM Wednesday June 6th Location: Intoximeters, Inc.  
2081 Craig Road Saint Louis, MO 63146 USA Park near the front of the  
building and someone should be able to show you to the room. --

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7:00pm
  CocoaCodingNight (CCN) Mac OS X iOS
When
Wed, June 20, 7pm – 8pm
Where
1909 Brentwood Boulevard Brentwood, MO 63144 (map)
Description
CocoaCodingNight (CCN) is an opportunity to spend a little time each  
week working on your Mac or iOS project alongside other Cocoa coders  
doing the same. This is a great way to get some work done as well as a  
great way to get/give some face to face help. We typically meet every  
Wednesday at the Brentwood Bread Co. CCN is Wednesday 12 October 2011  
at the Brentwood Square Bread Co. Brentwood Square (#636) 1909  
Brentwood Boulevard Brentwood, MO 63144 (314) 963-8998 - Phone (314)  
963-8997 - Fax Come after work and work on your Cocoa (Mac or iOS)  
project with fellow Apple nerds. :-) f- -- Fred Priese

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, June 21

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  First Day of Summer
7:30am
  IT Advancement Council
When
Thu, June 21, 7:30am – 9:00am
Where
12405 PowersCourt Dr., St. Louis, MO 63131 (map)
Description
Venue: Charter Communications See http://www.itac-stl.org/
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1:00pm
  WCORCC - West County Older Residents Computer Club
2:00pm
  SLCL - Natural BridgeTechnology Discovery Club
2:00pm
  SLCL - Oak Bend Technology Discovery Club
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6:30pm
                 stlLUG -
                                  StL Linux Users Grp -
                                                                          Automated 
  Web App Testing
                                                                          with 
  Cucumber, Selenium
When
Thu, June 21, 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Where
4633 World Pkwy Cir, Berkeley, MO 63134 (map)
Description

Venue: IT Enterprises

http://www.stllinux.org/

Automated Web App Testing with Cucumber & Selenium              by  
Craig Buchek

  When you write a web application, you need some way to test that  
it's working properly.   It's also helpful to be able to know when  
you've correctly completed a new feature. In this presentation, we'll  
cover several Open Source tools that you can use to test any web  
site.  These tools include Selenium (to drive a web browser), Capybara  
(simple front end to Selenium and others), and Cucumber (to write  
tests in English).   You might use these tools for site monitoring,  
user acceptance testing, regression testing, or test-driven design.    
We'll cover using these tools with Ruby and Java, but you don't need  
to be a programmer to understand the presentation.   We've used these  
tools successfully on several projects, and found that they can help  
us write better applications.   Probably the most exciting part is  
that our customers and QA testers write the Cucumber acceptance tests  
for us.

Venue: IT Enterprises

http://www.stllinux.org/

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6:30pm
  STLJS - Saint Louis JavaScript Meetup
When
Thu, June 21, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Description
VENUE: May change every month.   See http://www.stljs.org/
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7:30pm
  SLRCFA - St. Louis Radio Control Flying Association
When
Thu, June 21, 7:30pm – 9:00pm
Where
788 Augustine Rd Eureka, MO 63025 (map)
Description
http://www.slrcfa.com/
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Friday, June 22
All day
  GIS Applications in Aquatic Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 3 day  
NSF workshop
When
Jun 22 – 24, 2012
Where
St. Louis University, Grand Ave & Laclede Ave. (map)
Description
GIS Applications in Aquatic Ecology and Evolutionary Biology You must  
apply for 1 of the 40 available seats in one of the 2 workshops by  
April 30.   You must describe your interests in biology/aquatic  
research with GIS/GPS. 3-day long Aquatic GIS Workshop sponsored by  
NSF, again free for participants.   This workshop actually teaches you  
basics of GIS (about 1.5 days) and rest will be on modeling species  
distributions and Biological applications of GIS.   Where: Department  
of Biology and Center for Environmental Sciences Saint Louis  
University, Saint Louis, Missouri When: June 22-24.   Identical  
workshop also held Aug. 17-19   Workshop purpose and goals: The  
application of GIS to the study of biological patterns and processes  
in terrestrial systems has expanded dramatically during the past  
decade and served as a valuable resource in ecology and evolutionary  
biology.   This expansion is largely due to the availability of  
relevant environmental datasets and species distribution data.      At  
the same time, GIS-based studies of aquatic systems have lagged behind  
and often relied on terrestrial surrogates for data sources.   A  
general goal of this workshop is to train and establish an interactive  
group of researchers and educators applying GIS techniques to aquatic  
systems.   Applicants with all levels of GIS experience are welcome;  
however, the workshop is developed and presented for aquatic  
biologists with little to no background in GIS techniques. The  
workshop will cover topics including: 1) basic acquisition and  
manipulation of GIS data, 2) GIS data sources for aquatic research, 3)  
quantification of environmental attributes of species’ habitat use at  
multiple spatial scales, 4) species distribution modeling, and 5)  
development and application of hydrologic data to studies of aquatic  
systems.   The majority of the training will be conducted using  
ArcGIS; however, other software options will be presented. Computer  
space will be provided for each attendee.     More details on the  
specific schedule will be provided in the near future.   Participants:  
Faculty/Research Scientists, Postdoctoral Researchers, and Graduate  
Students conducting research in aquatic systems Sponsors: National  
Science Foundation and Saint Louis University   Cost:  Free  
(Participants responsible for meals, travel, and lodging) Application:  
Please email a statement of application including a description of  
your research interests (maximum 1 page) and a C.V. to Dr. Jason  
Knouft at aquaticGIS at slu.edu by April 30.   GIS experience is not a  
prerequisite for the workshop.   A total of 20 spots are available for  
each workshop. Please indicate the dates you would like to attend  
(June 22-24 or August 17-19).   If you are available for both dates  
(one or the other), please indicate this in your application.
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10:00am
  SLCL - Weber Road Computer Club
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5:00pm
  MS-Win phone developer wkshp
When
Fri, June 22, 5pm – 10pm
                              Getting Started with Windows Phone  
Development Workshop by Nokia
  Friday, June 22nd, 2012 at 5pm - 10pm
  Microsoft bought Nokia so that some company would use it's MS- 
Windows in a phone.   With a very small share of the market, its  
hoping that someone will want to write an app for MS-Win, so here is a  
chance to learn to develop for it.

  St. Louis Windows Phone Meetup is pleased to announce a Getting  
Started with Windows Phone Development Workshop, sponsored by Nokia,  
on June 22, 2012.  Nokia Developer Ambassador Rich Dunbar will be  
leading the workshop. WP7 enthusiasts and developers of all skill  
levels are welcomed!  This workshop will be focused on the tools and  
resources you have available as a developer/potential developer for  
Windows Phone development from Nokia and Microsoft.  The event will  
begin with a brief presentation from Nokia and will then focus on  
ensuring all the proper tools are introduced and installed.  We will  
review some of the tutorials and quick start projects and then allow  
time for the attendees to work on the projects they choose and ask  
questions along the way.  The goal of the workshop is to help  
developers get started on their first Windows Phone app.  This  
developer workshop is sponsored by Nokia and they have been kind  
enough to provide pizza and beverages for the workshop.  Thanks,  
Nokia! So come on out with your laptop, have the programming tools  
installed (or at least downloaded), and arrive hungry for knowledge--- 
and food, too.  Although this meetup is primarily focused on WP7  
development, we’ll be sure to make time for some enthusiast chatter as  
we’ve done at the previous meetups.  WP7 Programming tools you will  
need: WP7 SDK 7.1 - http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=27570 
  WP7 SDK 7.1.1 Update - http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=29233 
  Silverlight for Windows Phone Toolkit - http://silverlight.codeplex.com/releases/view/75888 
  If you have Windows 8 and are experiencing trouble when installing  
any of these tools, please see this page for possible workarounds: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/astebner/archive/2012/02/29/10274694.aspx 
    And, as always, your fearless STL WP7 Meetup leader will have  
goodies to hand out!   We’ll begin the food around 5:30 PM and  
probably wrap everything up around 9 PM or so.   That way Rich and I  
have time to clean up and get out by 10.   Rich Dunbar is a Nokia  
Developer Ambassador.  His role is to help recruit developers for  
Windows Phone applications and equip them with the latest tools,  
resources and information in order to be successful.   Rich is a  
developer himself with apps in the Windows Phone Marketplace,  
Blackberry App World, and HP webOS App Catalog.  He has been involved  
in the mobile tech community with webOS for the last several years as  
a forum leader, writer, Sr. Editor and community Ambassador.  You can  
find him on Twitter @RichDunbar and @NokiaDevOKC.

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7:30pm
  SLSRC - St. Louis & Suburban Radio Club
When
Fri, June 22, 7:30pm – 9:00pm
Where
3015 N Ballas Rd, St. Louis, MO (map)
Description
Venue: Nursing Institute building, Missouri Baptist Hospital Complex
See http://www.slsrc.org/

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8:00pm
  CODERS - Code Until Dawn in STL
When
Fri, June 22, 8pm – 9pm
Description
VENUE: Location may change each month. See http://www.meetup.com/allnightlong/
  Once a month, get together for an all-night hacking session.   Stay  
as long or as short as you'd like.    We started this group to spend  
time with other St Louis developers.   This group is for anyone who  
wants to catch up on that nagging side project at a late night,  
caffeinated coding session with like-minded individuals.   All skill  
levels and languages are welcome.

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  GIS Applications in Aquatic Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 3 day  
NSF workshop
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8:00am
  stlISSA golf - Information Systems Security Association
When
Sat, June 23, 8am – 5pm
Where
Quail Creek Golf Club (map)
Description
1st annual Location: Quail Creek Golf Club Format: 18 Hole Scramble  
(each team consists of 4 players) Registration Fee: $75 per player    
Details: The registration fee includes 18-holes of golf, cart, event  
“goodie bag, lunch and refreshments while playing.    On the day of  
the tournament, players can sign-up for "Closest to the Pin" and  
"Longest Drive" contests. The ISSA St. Louis is currently working with  
our event sponsors to provide some great prizes and free give-a- 
ways!   STLISSA - St. Louis Chapter - Information Systems Security  
Association (ISSA)
http://stl.issa.org

Times and locations may vary each month.

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2:00pm
  MC- Home Security Basics
When
Sat, June 23, 2pm – 4pm
Where
87 Brentwood Promenade Ct., Brentwood, MO 63144 (map)
Description
These FREE clinics will be held at all Micro Center stores.
  Venue: Micro Center In Store Clinic FREE in-store computer  
technology clinic, see http://www.microcenter.com/instore_clinic/sign_up.html
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, June 24

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All day
  GIS Applications in Aquatic Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 3 day  
NSF workshop
2:00pm
  MC- Home Security Basics
When
Sun, June 24, 2pm – 4pm
Where
87 Brentwood Promenade Ct., Brentwood, MO 63144 (map)
Description
These FREE clinics will be held at all Micro Center stores.
  Venue: Micro Center In Store Clinic FREE in-store computer  
technology clinic, see http://www.microcenter.com/instore_clinic/sign_up.html
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, June 25

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All day
  1981 - Microsoft incoporated

Microsoft Incorporated Microsoft incorporated.   Founded six years  
earlier by Bill Gates and Paul Allen and a 3rd partner who leves the  
company after a few months.
Allen is later forced out by Gates and Balmer.

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12:00pm
  SCORCC Works - Word SIG
2:00pm
  SLCL - Cliff Cave Computer Club
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5:30pm
  STLDOTNET - St. Louis .NET User Grp - "Persona"
When
Mon, June 25, 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Where
Three City Place Drive, Creve Coeur, MO 63141 (map)
Description
STLNET - St. Louis .NET User Group
http://www.stlnet.org/ Danielle Cooley on Who are we building this  
for, anyway?

  In days filled with long meetings and longer searches for that  
semicolon you missed, it's easy to forget about the people at the  
other end of the chain - the end user.   No one wants to build a  
product that isn't user-friendly, so what can be done to make sure  
what gets built is easy to use?  One tool in our arsenal of user  
experience tools is the Persona.   We'll talk a little about personas,  
why we have them, what makes a good one, and how to make sure they are  
put to good use.

  5:30 - 6:00 pm Food and social 6:00 - 7:30 pm Program

http://www.stlnet.org/

Danielle Cooley on Who are we building this for, anyway?
  In days filled with long meetings and longer searches for that  
semicolon you missed, it's easy to forget about the people at the  
other end of the chain - the end user.   No one wants to build a  
product that isn't user-friendly, so what can be done to make sure  
what gets built is easy to use?  One tool in our arsenal of user  
experience tools is the Persona.   We'll talk a little about personas,  
why we have them, what makes a good one, and how to make sure they are  
put to good use.

  5:30 - 6:00 pm Food and social 6:00 - 7:30 pm Program

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6:00pm
  ???stlDNNug - StL DotNetNuke User Grp ???

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                                                                           Tuesday 
, June 26
All day
  1997 - Communications Decency Act Declared Unconstitutional
10:00am
  SLCL - Grand Glaize Computer Club
10:00am
  SLCL - Grand Glaize Tech Talks
12:00pm
  SCORCC Windows SIG
5:30pm
  Hostirian's newest data center unveiling
6:30pm
  HZWLUG - Hazelwood Linux Users Group
7:00pm
  GAMUG-SP
7:00pm
  LUCI General
7:30pm
  ARCH - Arch Reactor
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                                                                           Wednesday 
, June 27
6:30pm
  SteerCom - Moved to new date, this month only
6:30pm
  VIM Geeks
7:00pm
  StL ALT.NET
7:00pm
  CocoaCodingNight (CCN) Mac OS X iOS
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                                                                                 Thursday 
, June 28
10:00am
  WCORCC - Technical SIG Multimedia SIG
2:00pm
  SLCL - Sachs Computer Club
5:30pm
  STL-AITP - Association of Information Technology Professionals
6:00pm
  STL ISO Develpers Group
6:00pm
  hiatus- stlMD - StL Mobile Dev
6:00pm
  hiatus- WCCH - West County Cocoa Heads iOS
6:30pm
  hiatus- StC LUG - St. Charles Linux Users Group
6:30pm
  SLCL - Sachs Computer Club
7:30pm
  ARCH - Programming Workshop
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, June 30
2:00pm
  GAMP - Gateway Area Mac Programers ( stl CocoaHeads)
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1:00pm
  CWElug Central West End Linux Users' Grp


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		 ** *SUSECon 2012! Registration is now OPEN* **

		      http://www.suse.com/events/susecon/

			     Early Bird - $699 USD
			     18-21 September, 2012
		     Caribe Royale Hotel, Orlando, Florida

The conference will feature technical and business presentations,  
training,
demonstrations, hands-on labs, industry partner technology showcases,  
customer
case studies and keynotes from industry experts.
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