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YOU’RE INVITED: SIGFOX HACKING HOUSE FINAL PITCH SEASON 1 When: 15th November, 5PM Where: Fabric, 77 McAllister Street, San Francisco     We are thrilled to invite you to the Final Pitch of Hacking House Season 1.     Agenda: 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm Registration & Welcoming 5:30 pm - 5:40 pm Opening Words (Raouti Chehih, Chief Adoption Officer @Sigfox) 5:45 pm - 6:00 pm Partners Talk  6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Teams presentation:(Connected Seal , LALI, 42Robolab) 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Closing words & Networking Dinner   The Hacking House is a place where we transform ideas into real IoT solutions in less than 3 months. We bring together brilliant students and passionate talents from around the world to join our training program and innovate on IoT and Sigfox technology. The program started end of August and will end on November 15th with the final pitch of the House teams.    Come and join us to see the final results of this first three months, learn how we work with our partners, and stay updated about our upcoming projects.     You will be meeting with a curated crowd of industry experts and major IoT, software and hardware vendors. The event is open to all IoT and Hardware lovers, startups, entrepreneurs and investors, incubators, students who are looking for a rich networking moment.    Teams:   Connected Seals – designed to create accountability within container shipping, this solution alerts companies engaged in import and export activity when container seals are removed. In contrast to competitive solutions, this application delivers the information needed in a simple, cost-effective and recyclable way. Lali Wildfire Detection – created in response to California’s recent wildfires, this application identifies and alerts firefighters when and where a fire starts, providing them with the information needed to quickly reach and contain the fire before causing widespread damage. 42 Robolab – to help retailers deliver top-notch customer experiences in an ecommerce-dominated world, this application powers a connected shelf that tracks inventory in real-time, providing data on top-performing products enabling retailers to intelligently manage orders.   Jury: Raouti Chehih, Sigfox Geraldine Le Meur, The Refiners Blaine Mathieu, VANTIQ Ethan Haigh, HAX Tim Robinson, IBM   For more information about the Hacking House check out www.thehackinghouse.com. You can also find us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Location: 42 Silicon Valley 6600 Dumbarton Circle Fremont, CA. | Start: 11/15/2018 5:00:00 PM End:
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InSight is set to touch down on Mars at around noon Pacific time on Nov. 26, 2018. The lander will plunge through the thin Martian atmosphere, heatshield first, and use a parachute to slow down. Then, it will fire its retro rockets to slowly descend to the surface of Mars, and land on the smooth plains of Elysium Planitia. Join us at the Aerospace Museum of California to watch the landing! Food and drinks will be available for purchase.

Location: Aerospace Museum of California 3200 Freedom Park Drive Baldwin Park, CA. | Start: 11/26/2018 11:00:00 AM End:
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SALTSTACK - SALT ADMINISTRATION II This is the second course in the SaltStack Administration training series. It builds on the concepts of the previous course by presenting additional topics above the fundamentals of Salt administration.  The topics are presented with scenario-based labs.   PREREQUISITES SaltStack - Salt Administration I and extensive experience with Salt. Have you been using Salt to discover, monitor, respond, orchestrate, automate, and secure assets across on-premises, hybrid, cloud, and IoT systems? The Salt Administration I course introduces all of these topics. Admin I is not just a basics class but is designed to quickly take those new to salt as well as those with experience, into the advanced topics. Then the SaltStack - Salt Administration II class takes that knowledge even deeper.  Please get the most out of Salt by attending BOTH courses starting with SaltStack - Salt Administration I   OVERVIEW This course begins with presenting the different aspects of the provisioning and deploying Salt minions. It presents cloud integration with Salt, custom deployments of Linux, Windows, and Proxy minions. Alternative topologies such as implementing master failover strategies.  Building on the fundamental administrative tasks presented in the Admin-I course, this course shows how to address administrative tasks in large environments. It provides a detailed outline of various execution paths in Salt architecture.  Execution topics include Salt events, state and file rendering, and other concepts important to Salt architecture. Security topics include running as a non-root user, using external authentication, and troubleshooting and tuning Salt. The course adds to configuration management concepts by outlining best practices for state formulas. There will be scenarios presenting showing the best use of templating with Jinja.  It shows how to utilize the Jinja tips and tricks in Salt states.  Salt orchestration scenarios will show how to automate enterprise-wide deployments. The content also includes information about creating a dynamic environment with Salt reactors and beacons.    OFFERING All students are provided: An electronic version of the course training manual A Salt cloud environment for hands-on labs during training   FORMAT  This training is offered publically at SaltStack headquarters in Lehi, UT with virtual instructor-led (vILT) access for remote attendees on the 5 half-day format. When offered privately, onsite or virtually, the training follows the 3-day format.   COURSE TOPICS  The following topics will be covered in this course: Salt Cloud Windows Minions Proxy Minions Salt Execution and Architecture The Salt State System Salt Renderers Building Salt Formulas Reactors and Beacons Formulas Salt Orchestration Formulas Support and Troubleshooting Salt Salt Security Multi-master CERTIFICATION Completing this course, and the prerequisite of “SaltStack Admin I” class will prepare an attendee to sit the SaltStack Certified Engineer (SSCE) exam. The certification exam is not included with this class registration and can be purchased separately at this same site.   TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS The technical requirements for SaltStack Training are: Video Conference For remote attendees we offer remote virtual instructor-led (vILT) access. Remote access typically uses Zoom video conferencing. It works best in a Chrome browser. You can download it from https://www.zoom.us.  Labs Each student will be given a group virtual machines containing a Salt master with minions hosted in the Amazon cloud. You will need to be able to SSH (destination port 22) from your network to access them.  Detailed information about accessing the lab environment will be provided at the beginning of class. Class Portal: The class portal is a website located at http://training.saltstack.com contains links to resources and end of chapter knowledge checks. A login to this site will be given at the beginning of class.     ADDITIONAL INFORMATION  For additional information please contact:  SaltStack, Inc. 2801 North Thanksgiving WaySuite 150Lehi, UT 84043  Email:  training@saltstack.com Web:         http://www.saltstack.com/training      http://www.saltstack.com/certification     http://www.saltstack.com/services

Location: SaltStack Headquarters 2801 North Thanksgiving Way , Suite 150 Lehi, UT. | Start: 11/26/2018 9:00:00 AM End:
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“The right to vote freely for the candidate of one’s choice is of the essence of a democratic society . . .” During the 2016 presidential election, America’s election infrastructure was targeted by a foreign government. You probably already know many of the sordid details. But just think about that for a minute. The most significant threat to the American elections system comes from orchestrated, external efforts to undermine the credibility of both the process and the results. And we can only imagine that we’re in for more of the same in 2020. The extraordinary threat from foreign actors to manipulate the electorate and cast doubt on the integrity of the elections process represents a watershed moment in the history of elections – and begs the question, how do we secure the vote next time around? Join us for a special evening of cyber civics with experts who will break down the lessons learned from 2016 to understand the steps we must take to safeguard the process for the future. Doors: 6:30pmEvent: 7:00pmTickets: FreeEvents are 21+Venue is mixed seating and standing-room: arrive early to get a good seat! Featuring Moon Duchin, Juan Gilbert, and Andrea Jones-Rooy

Location: Caveat 21 A Clinton Street New York, NY. | Start: 11/30/2018 7:00:00 PM End:
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Location: Danville Community Center (DCC) 420 Front Street Danville, CA. | Start: 10/2/2018 12:00:00 AM End: 11/13/2018 12:00:00 AM
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What would you have thought if someone mentioned "crypto" to you a few years ago? Probably not much. But for some true believers, the march toward "crypto" has been going on for decades. Protocols, currencies and societies built around enabling the individual through cryptography—this was the dream of the Cypherpunks, and the Promethean cryptographers who came before them delivering crypto from the hands of the government into the masses. Come hear how some new ideas are actually quite old, and learn about the people who were working on this long before Satoshi dropped his whitepaper. Free entry for Node Members! About Node:Come to San Francisco’s newest private lounge club and gain insider knowledge on the exploding blockchain and crypto industry. Network with like-minded people and start learning about blockchain with Node U. Your way into the blockchain industry  - https://www.nodeuniversity.org/

Location: NODE 1011 Kearny Street San Francisco, CA. | Start: 11/28/2018 6:00:00 PM End:
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Location: Science Fun Lab 111 James Jackson Ave # 107 Cary, NC. | Start: 12/10/2018 12:00:00 AM End: 12/14/2018 12:00:00 AM
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Location: Stone Zoo 149 Pond Street Stoneham, MA. | Start: 11/24/2018 12:00:00 AM End: 11/24/2018 12:00:00 AM
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Location: Science Fun Lab 111 James Jackson Ave # 107 Cary, NC. | Start: 12/10/2018 12:00:00 AM End: 12/14/2018 12:00:00 AM
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Location: Science Fun Lab 111 James Jackson Ave # 107 Cary, NC. | Start: 12/10/2018 12:00:00 AM End: 12/14/2018 12:00:00 AM
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