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G. Wade Johnson
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Sat Mar 30 20:56:08 PDT 2013
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From: "Marsee Henon & Jon Johns" <usergroups at post.oreilly.com>
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Subject: UG News: Get Your Free Books + More from O'Reilly
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This week we released a new report on the industrial internet that
outlines our vision for the coming-together of software and big
machines. Loaded with sensors, connected to networks, and analyzed with
big-data techniques, machines can now operate as components of vast,
finely optimized systems. Download the full report for free and read
O'Reilly's ongoing coverage of the industrial internet today.
--Marsee Henon and Jon Johns
Available for Review
The UG team is looking for book reviewers for the following books.
Consider posting your reviews on Amazon, Slashdot, oreilly.com, and/or
Industrial Internet: The Machines Are Talking
Etudes for Erlang
It's easy for you to get books for your meeting or special
events—just email usergroups at oreilly.com and include the words
"book request" in the subject line. Don't forget to include your
deadline and shipping address. Prefer ebooks? We can send you a free
ebook certificate to print out for raffles or book reviewers.
Etudes for Erlang
Strata Conference Santa Clara 2013: Complete Video Compilation
Microsoft Excel 2013: Building Data Models with PowerPivot
DIY Instruments for Amateur Space
OAuth 2.0: The Definitive Guide
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Comedy Hack Day (April 6-7, San Francisco, CA)
Last September in NYC the very first Comedy Hackathon took place. This
year it happens on April 6-7 in San Francisco at Twitter HQ. Join
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Now Accepting Applications for the OSCON Nonprofit Pavilion
If you know of a nonprofit organization using open source technologies
to support their cause, mission, or community goals, encourage them to
apply for a complimentary table in the Nonprofit Pavilion at OSCON. In
addition to the space in the Expo Hall, we'll also provide a 3-Day Pass
to OSCON and exposure on oscon.com.
Applications are due April 19.
Getting Started with Windows PowerShell 3.0
Approx. 120 min.
Thursday, April 11, 2013, 10AM PT, San Francisco
Join us for a hands-on webcast presented by Ed Wilson, author of
Windows PowerShell 3.0 Step by Step, to jump start the process of
learning about Windows PowerShell 3.0. You will learn how to work with
processes, services, and event logs on both local and remote computers.
Put up a Banner & Get a Free Book--UG leaders only
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