SoCoSA.org is a group of SysAdmins in Sonoma County and the surrounding areas. (Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Petaluma, Novato, Windsor, etc.)

We meet the First Tuesday of each month. Meetings are generally at O'Reilly in Sebastopol. Social hour and food at 6pm, speaker at 7pm, finished at 8:30. Meetings are open to all and free except for the pizza. Feel free to bring your own food.

Join the group by Registering on the site and attending meetings. Registering will automatically invite you to both of our mailing lists, or you can sign up for them separately.

Meeting information is available via our notify list, a webcal/ical/vcalendar feed, google calendar, an RSS feed or via this website.

Social Hour

When
2007/04/03 - 6:00pm
2007/04/03 - 7:00pm

Speaker

Details

Eat pizza, that kind of thing…


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Social Hour

When
2007/03/06 - 6:00pm
2007/03/06 - 7:00pm

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Meeting: Ruby on Rails

When
2007/03/06 - 7:00pm
2007/03/06 - 9:00pm

Speaker

Rob Orsini, author of the Rails Cookbook
Details

Rob will give a 1 hour overview of Rails including server setup, admin issues and templating.

What is Ruby on Rails? "Rails is a full-stack framework for developing database-backed web applications according to the Model-View-Control pattern." What that means, basically, is that it lets programmers write applications without needing to worry too much about the boring details. Alternately, it's a a new, very popular way to create dynamic websites quickly and easily. Even if you're not a programmer you'll eventually want to deploy some cool new Rails application, and maybe even customize it a little for your site's needs.


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Meeting: Xen

When
2007/02/06 - 7:00pm
2007/02/06 - 9:00pm

Speaker

Luke S. Crawford and Neal K.
Details

Join Luke and Neal to hear about Xen, the exciting new technology that will make your life happier and more productive. (Don't believe anything they say to the contrary -- they're just old and cynical.)

Xen is a virtualization technology that offers nearly all the traditional advantages of virtualization with near-native speeds. Using Xen, administrators can partition users into separate virtual machines, developers can rapidly test network applications, home users can enjoy robust checkpoints and configuration management. Right now it's all hackerware, but the revolution is coming.


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Social Hour

When
2007/02/06 - 6:00pm
2007/02/06 - 7:00pm

Speaker

Details

Eat pizza, that kind of thing…


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