Boston PowerShell User Group
Monday, August 21 at 6:00 PM
Join Robb Schiefer for a fun bit on configuration management with Chef, Kitchen, PowerShell, and DSC Abstract: Configuration management is currentl…
The Boston Network Users Group was founded in December, 1986 and has been serving IT professionals and nonprofessionals since then with monthly meetings on current technical topics and other events. The group is entirely volunteer-run and charges no membership fees (we never have and don’t intend to change).
Our meetings are open to members and nonmembers, for no charge, usually on the first Tuesday of the month. We hold board meetings usually on the third Tuesday of the month and welcome (and encourage) all interested to join us. Consult our web page and our meetup site (www.meetup.com/b-n-u-g) for information.
After an impressive second show (3518 attendees from 54 nations, 155 exhibitors, 150 press and rave reviews) InterDrone returns to Las Vegas. It will feature conference tracks for engineers, software developers, executives, investors, regulators and commercial drone “buyers and flyers” in more than a dozen vertical market segments. 4,000+ attendees and 175+ exhibitors
Windows Boston (BAWSUG)
Wednesday, September 6 at 6:00 PM
Topic: Presenter: There is a bus that goes from Alewife to Burlington and stops at the corner of South Bedford Street and Wayside Rd. Please use thi…
FOSS User Group in Natick, Massachusetts
|The FOSS User Group meets 3-6PM on the 1st Thursday of most months (but 2nd Thursday in January, July and September) at the Natick Community-Senior Center at 117 East Central Street/Route 135 (508/647-6540) in Room 125, the 1st-floor Classroom.
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Show up by 3PM for an introductory slide talk, and feel free to bring your laptop computer.
Vermont Code Camp is a full day event that brings together technology community members, students and professionals from around Vermont and beyond. In 2016, there were sessions on a variety of software topics including programming, databases, web, business and more.
At a Glance
- What: Vermont Code Camp 9th Annual
- When: September 16, 2017
- Where: Burlington, Vermont
- Who: Organized primarily by the Vermont.NET User Group with help from other groups including the Burlington, Vermont PHP Users Group
- Why: To share knowledge amongst technology professionals, students, and enthusiasts
- How: Through the hard work of organizers, the commitment of volunteers, and the generosity of sponsors
IT-Pro User Group
The IT-Pro Users Group is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping IT Professionals keep their skills on the cutting edge of the industry.
Established in 1993, we are an official Microsoft user group but also support most other operating systems and technologies. The goal of the group is to pool our knowledge and resources so our members stay informed about technology, security, best practices, innovations and procedures. Everything an IT pro needs to keep their career moving forward.
Membership is FREE.
Our meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each Month from
6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Bill’s annual crypto talk, plus our annual PGP keysigning party. Register your key in advance to participate!
Details at http://blu.org/cgi-bin/calendar/2017-sep
The Board’s Message
We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to join the Boston chapter of the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP).
With approximately 4,000 members throughout the U.S. and Canada, AITP is one of the oldest organizations for technology professionals providing the very best networking opportunities and continuing education for IT professionals and practitioners.
Founded in 1951, AITP promotes the responsible management of information technology to the benefit of its members, their employers and society. At one time the Boston Chapter of AITP boasted over 500 members and was considered one of the premier chapters in North America. Our goal is to surpass these membership numbers and grow the Boston Chapter to its full potential.
While there are many IT user groups and continuing education opportunities in the Boston area, there are none with such a diverse membership as AITP to include CIO’s, managers, programmers, network engineers, web developers and all technology professionals wishing to expand their potential, manage their career and learn about new technologies and best practices.
Our dinner meetings are scheduled for the third Thursday of every month. Come join us at our next meeting and network with other information technology professionals – all our welcome and we look forward to seeing you then. Thank you.
The Boston AITP Board
For more information visit http://www.bostonaitp.org
The Virtualization Group–Boston is a volunteer run, professional association, which exists in order to encourage an exchange of knowledge about all aspects of virtualization, green technology and cloud computing between IT Professionals. Furthermore, we will foster affiliation with similar virtualization groups located elsewhere to expand the reach of knowledge and training resources.
For more details visit http://www.virtg.com