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December KyOSS: Micropresentations

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Date: Wednesday, Dec 12, 2018
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: TEK Systems, first-floor conference room, 700 N.Hurstbourne Pkwy. (Steel Technologies Bldg.)

On the program so far: Jim Troy will present a "micro-presentation" on, keyboard macros, and Google Search. Dennis Field will tell us about (one or more of) Kubernetes, Mattermost, cross-compiling for the Raspberry Pi, et cetera. Anyone else up for doing a micro-presentation?

On 12/02/2018 09:35 PM, JAMES Troy wrote:
> I'd like to talk for a few minutes about, keyboard macros, and using Google search
> Jim Troy

On 12/06/2018 08:21 PM, Dennis Field wrote:
> I recently (as in earlier today) figured out how to cross-compile GCC 8.1.0 and Qt 5.11.2 for Raspberry Pi, with the intent being to use a bigger computer (such as a 20 core Xeon) to compile things meant to run on the Pi. I don't quite have everything working yet (OpenGL still eludes me), but enough that I can compile something a little more elaborate than a hello world. (C++17 fun stuff like static constexpr auto lambdas!)
> I could show how to use GitLab in conjunction with a Kubernetes cluster to be able to rapidly develop a website/app or to automatically build and test embedded or desktop applications.
> I could walk through how to set up said Kubernetes cluster, and integrate GitLab and Mattermost, an open source slack alternative--fun with ChatOps.
> Any of that sound interesting? If so, I'll put something together
> Sent from Bill Gates' iPhone
> On Dec 6, 2018, at 5:23 PM, John Hicks <> wrote:

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