Today at 7:00 PM we will be having Mike Latimer from SUSE. He currently manages the Virtualization engineering team and he will talk about Virtualization.
Mike Latimer has worked in the technology industry for over 22 years. During this time, he has provided back-line support, in-depth training and engineering contributions for products such as Novell GroupWise, eDirectory and SUSE Linux. He is also a published author and regular speaker at public events such as Novell Brainshare and SUSE’s SUSEcon.
Mike officially joined the SUSE Virtualization engineering team almost two and a half years ago, and has been been working on virtualization technology exclusively ever since. He currently manages the Virtualization engineering team, but still finds time to contribute code for several products – many of which will be mentioned tonight.
There will be pizza provided by Utah Open Source. They have a few flash drives and notebooks to give away at the meeting so be sure to show up early!
The location of the meeting is 1170 TMCB which is the only auditorium in the Talmage buiding. You can park in Lot 16A which is due north of the Talmage building.
Also, We will be going over how to set up your own GPG key then have a short signing party. If you don’t know what a GPG key is, how it works, or why we would need to have a keysigning party then I would highly recommend checking out this article for an in-depth description: