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2/7/2013 18:06:15Jeremy DavisBarCampRDUOpening Remarks
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3/4/2013 22:21:34Tanner Lovelace, Mark MerrillJugglingTaught at almost all of the past BarCampRDU's this class will teach you the basics of how to juggle.
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3/6/2013 23:41:59Barry Peddycord IIIDissecting the NESThe Nintendo Entertainment System defined a generation. Unlike many of today's development platforms, the NES was simple and straightforward. In this session, we will take a look at how the NES handled processing, graphics, and sound, how emulators work, and make some simple NES games together using a web-based assembler and emulator. This should be a fun time for anyone passionate about retro gaming or low-level computing.

Disclaimer: We won't actually have a physical NES to dissect. :(
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3/7/2013 9:16:02John F. DavisArduino Part IIAt this years foss, I showed the start of a Arduino project in progress. The project is finished now and I will show the results.
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3/11/2013 10:58:27Josef BacikBuilding the next generation Linux file systemAn overview talk about Btrfs. I'll talk about the problems with current Linux file systems and how Btrfs aims to deal with some of those problems. I'll talk about what currently works, what will work soon, and what we hope will work eventually.
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3/11/2013 11:21:11bob gailerPython PipelinesPython Pipelines - the cross-platform superset of Linux pipelines. Loved by non-programmers and programmers alike. The simple solution to complex record manipulation problems.

An open source project now under development.
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4/5/2013 0:00:14Imran AnsariNative iOS Development with RubyMotionIf Objective-C & Xcode isn't your cup of tea, try RubyMotion for pure Native iOS developmentProjector
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5/3/2013 10:55:19Greg Tarsa, 1-2 othersThe Secrets of PiracyDid you ever wonder what it takes to be a pirate? Not an on-line Pirate, or a sports-fan Pirate but a modern, celebrated by Pirate Festivals, adored by all, type of pirate.

This session will reveal two of the secrets of how you can become a pirate: Piracy by Addition and Piracy by Subtraction.
If scheduled, I will need an hour or so lead time to assemble the other participants.
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5/10/2013 9:30:35Chris ImersheinGetting Kanban-odoros Done!I will give a BRIEF overview of Getting Things Done, Personal Kanban, and The Pomodoro Technique, then open it up to group discussion of what has or hasn't worked well for people for personal task management. Think about paper and pencil approaches as well as computer tools and apps.Whiteboard, Projector
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5/13/2013 22:08:56Jason HibbetsOpen source all the citiesThe presentation is a look at the open government movement in Raleigh, a preview for my book The Foundation for an Open Source City, and a overview of the different apps and platforms the City of Raleigh has deployed in the Open Raleigh portal, including the new open data platform.Projector
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5/15/2013 19:37:22Sean AlexandreFun with VPNs: Practical Tips for Surveillance CircumventionYou use VPNs to work from home, but that's no fun! Instead, use them to circumvent surveillance!! We'll look at two use cases: browsing the web, and running a BitTorrent seedbox. We'll dive into the details of configuring: an OpenVPN session, resolv.conf for DNS lookups, and iptables to help ensure traffic stays on the VPN. Threat models, vulnerabilities, and alternatives will be also be discussed.Whiteboard, Projector
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5/17/2013 8:50:32Dean PetersDigital Marketing 404So you've set up your blog, installed Google Analytics, but can't figure out what to do next. Don't worry, we'll show you how to leverage the many wonderful free tools available to you.Projector, wifi - and must leave @ 1pm
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