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HP Networking Tech Day: A Quick Review

August 27, 2010

This past Monday and Tuesday, five bloggers — Greg Ferro (@etherealmind), Andy McCaskey (@axmc), John Obeto (@johnobeto), Alex Williams (@alexwilliams) and myself (@jlgaddis) — converged on Roseville, California, home of HP’s networking headquarters, to spend a day and a half with HP employees and bloggers at the HP Networking Tech Day. Disclosure: The event was […]

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HP Networking Tech Day is here

August 23, 2010

A few weeks ago, I mentioned the first HP Networking Tech Day event.  Well, it’s finally here! A handful of us bloggers have converged (heh, pun) in Roseville, California, home of Hewlett-Packard’s networking division:  Greg Ferro (@etherealmind), Andy McCaskey (@axmc), John Obeto (@johnobeto), Alex Williams (@alexwilliams) and myself (@jlgaddis).  Today and tomorrow, we’ll be on site […]

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Win A Trip To VMworld

August 11, 2010

Last week, Gestalt IT announced the “Get Away to VMworld” Contest, in which one lucky winner would be selected to attend VMworld San Francisco 2010, with Gestalt IT paying for airfare, hotel, and conference registration. Now, thanks to the generous contributions from sponsors Xsigo, Symantec, Zetta, and Veeam, there will TWO winners! But, there’s a […]

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HP Networking Tech Day

August 3, 2010

Thursday afternoon, I received an invitation to the HP Networking Tech Day, “a social media community event designed specifically for industry bloggers like you.” The event will be held in Roseville, California, the home of HP ProCurve Networking’s global headquarters, on August 23rd and 24th. According to the invitation, some of the topics to be […]

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Schneier on “Security, Privacy, and the Generation Gap”

April 14, 2010

On April 1st, Bruce Schneier gave a talk at the CACR Higher Education Security Summit, where he was cool enough to chat for a few and sign my old worn copy of “Secrets & Lies“. Bruce’s talk was entitled “Security, Privacy, and the Generation Gap” and was quite interesting. A video of the entire talk […]

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Welcome to Washington DC

June 17, 2008

Shortly after 11 a.m. today I took off from Indianapolis International Airport and landed at Ronald Reagan National Airport about 12:30 p.m. A short train ride and a three-block walk later, I arrived at the Donovan House hotel. Having not seen it before today, I was actually impressed. It’s quite nice.

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CFUnited Attendee Packet

June 11, 2008

If you happen to be going to CFunited next week, be sure to read through the CFunited attendee packet. There’s some good information to know ahead of time in there. This will be my first time at CFunited and my first time in Washington, D.C., in many years so I’m looking forward to it.

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Ohio LinuxFest 2007

September 14, 2007

Bradley Kuhn, John “maddog” Hall, and Max Spevack are just a few of the speakers that will be on-hand to talk about Linux, open source, and Free Software. We have a full day of exciting, community oriented presentations for everyone who’s interested in learning more about Linux and open source. Of course, all work and […]

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Conferences, certifications, and such…

February 9, 2006

I’ve been on what seems like a virtual scavenger hunt today. For some reason, I feel like going to some more conferences. A few months ago, I went to the Security 505: Securing Windows course put on by SANS (yes, I passed the exams). I’d like to take the SSCP exam sometime within the next […]

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Ohio LinuxFest 2005

October 10, 2005

The third annual Ohio LinuxFest 2005 was held on October 1, 2005 at the Greater Columbus (Ohio) Convention Center. I think the “official” attendance count was 726, though there were probably many more who just “strolled in” and didn’t bother to be counted. Lindsey and I showed up a bit late but still got to […]

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