September 2018 OLUG Meeting

The September 2018 OLUG Meeting is coming up on Tuesday, September 4th at 6:30 PM at 1902 Howard Street in the AIM Brain Exchange building in Omaha, NE.

Presentation: Stupid Terminal Tricks

Presenter: Jon Larsen

The Meeting will be streamed live on Youtube live – we do sometimes experience technical difficulties with our streaming setup.
Attending the meeting in person does work around most technical difficulties. 🙂

Youtube live – https://www.youtube.com/omahalug – Meeting link September 2018

Parking info: http://www.olug.org/faqs/where-do-i-park-for-the-meeting

July 2018 OLUG Meeting – Canceled

The July 3rd 2018 OLUG Meeting has been canceled due to the July 4th Holiday. Join us for the August 7th meeting.

June 2018 OLUG Meeting

The June 2018 OLUG Meeting is coming up on Tuesday, June 5th at 6:30 PM at 1902 Howard Street in the AIM Brain Exchange building in Omaha, NE.

Presentation: ESP8266 & IoT

Presenter: Aaron Grothe

The Meeting will be streamed live on Youtube live – we do sometimes experience technical difficulties with our streaming setup.
Attending the meeting in person does work around most technical difficulties. 🙂

Youtube live – https://www.youtube.com/omahalug – Meeting link June 2018

Parking info: http://www.olug.org/faqs/where-do-i-park-for-the-meeting

May 2018 OLUG Meeting

The May 2018 OLUG Meeting is coming up on Tuesday, May 1st at 6:30 PM at 1902 Howard Street in the AIM Brain Exchange building in Omaha, NE.

Presentation: Tmux

Presenter: Chad Homan

The Meeting will be streamed live on Youtube live – we do sometimes experience technical difficulties with our streaming setup.
Attending the meeting in person does work around most technical difficulties. 🙂

Youtube live – https://www.youtube.com/omahalug – Meeting link May 2018

Parking info: http://www.olug.org/faqs/where-do-i-park-for-the-meeting

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